Welcoming Happy Chinese New Year of the Snake!
What does Snake symbolize?
* Mysterious, Intelligent, Disciplined....
"Because it regularly sheds its skin, the snake is a symbol of longevity through rebirth."
Treasure Hunt, Abundance and Protection~ Happy Chinese New Year!
* Year of the Horse, Barnes and Noble Books, first published in Great Britain in 2002 by Pavilion Books, Ltd., text by Nigel Suckling, illustrations by Wayne Anderson.
Lilian Too's Book of Chinese Wisdom, learn more about Chinese Culture
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Pamela Kantor (269) 208-0556
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New Year Celebration Sat Feb 9, 2013, 1-3 PM at St. Joseph High School Student Center, 2521 Stadium Drive, St. Joseph, MI, Learn to make Jiaozi, eat great food, watch performance, make New Year crafts, play games, win prizes
Tai Chi: enhance your life, relax while exercising
http://www.taichiforhealthinstitute.org Paul Lam, M.D. creates Tai Chi for Health Programs for all ages.
Dr. Yang Jwing-ming, Taiji and Qigong Yang Style foms and Martial Arts
http://www.yangfamilytaichi.com Yang Family History and Practice, Yang Jun
http://www.taichifarm.org Jou, Tsung Hwa, "Thank you for all you taught us."
http://taichi18.com Master Wing Cheung presents 18 Form Tai Chi Qigong (Shi Ba Shi) and more. Free Download to help you practice.
http://www.taichi-qigong.net Colin and Mitzi Orr, in UK, offer variety of intsruction in 18 Form Taiji Qigong (Shi Ba Shi), Yang Style, and more.
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Happy Chinese New Year of the Snake courtesy of Bridge to China