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World Tai Chi & Qigong Day
has been Officially Recognized
by government institutions
throughout the world, including
the United Nations World
Health Organization
(see Nat'l -International).

In the menu to the right, you'll find
links to Official Proclamations
from many Governors of
United States, as well
as other nation's
Governor's offices

Senates and Legislatures,
including New York and
California, have Officially
Proclaimed World Tai Chi
& Qigong Day for their
states, as well as the
Senate of Puerto Rico,
and many others.

Mayors in cities in
many nations have
Officially Proclaimed
WTCQD for their cities.

World Tai Chi & Qigong Day
has also recieved numerous Awards
for our global health education work ...

Click Governor's Desk for Video

Click the, then Governor's,
now HHS Secretary's desk

for a video providing

A Comprehensive
  Explanation of
  World Tai Chi & Qigong Day

STUNNING: Brazil's National Government Officiallly Recognizes World Tai Chi & Qigong Day
with a ceremony on the floor of the Chambers of the National Council of Deputies

Professor Jose Milton Olivera, student of Master Wu's Being Tao, demonstrates Tai Chi for the
National Council of Deputies of Brazil at ceremony honoring Master Wu's work and World Tai Chi & Qigong Day

Video of Mayors Proclamations of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day from Around the World

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