About World Tai Chi & Qigong Day's

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Meet the Crew

Bill Douglas is the founder and webmaster, content writer, video producer, and media director for World Tai Chi & Qigong Day.

Bill studied Art and later Sociology at Kansas State University at Ft. Hays, until smitten by Angela Wong. Bill then moved to California with her. A good move, not just because he got to hang out with Angela for the next 30 years, but also because that was where he discovered Tai Chi & Qigong nearly 30 years ago.

Bill served as a retirement funds, payroll, and human resources administrator for several international corporations, before a career in environmental, voting rights, and human rights organizing, until eventually Bill began teaching Tai Chi and Qigong.

Then the idea of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day struck like a lightening bolt, and he's been almost a full time WTCQD organizer ever since, scrambling to keep up with the growth of this global health & healing phenomenon, which has captured the world's imagination. Bill and Angela are the co-founders of WTCQD.

Angela Wong Douglas is the Business Manager of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day's international organizing center at WorldTaiChiDay.org.

Angela has a Business Management Degree from the University of Kansas at Ft. Hays, and has donated years of her time and expertise to the cause of building a global family of Tai Chi & Qigong enthusiasts and teachers to educate the world about Tai Chi & Qigong.

Angela's first exposure to Tai Chi was when her Mommie used to play Tai Chi in their garden atop the hills behind Hong Kong Stadium, over looking downtown Hong Kong's Causeway Bay business district.

Since then Angela learned the Guang Ping long form, the Mulan basic, Mulan Fan, and Mulan Sword styles, and has dabbled a bit with the Chen Style. Bill and Angela are co-founders of WTCQD.

Guo Ming Chen grew up in China where he began studying Calligraphy Art at the age of 5. Guo Ming began his Tai Chi studies at the ripe old age of 13.

Guo Ming has been the resident Chinese Calligraphy Artist at World Tai Chi & Qigong Day for years, and has created magnificent art for the homes and studios of Tai Chi & Qigong teachers and enthusiasts all over the world.

WorldTaiChiDay.org would be much less without the beauty springing from the mind, heart, and paintbrush of Guo Ming.

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