Values: Martial arts popular now
Indonesia’s Bagas Deka Kurtianto, Lin Shuyun’s university mate, said: “Many entrepreneurs appear to be under too much stress. Tai chi can eliminate their bad emotions and pressure. It can also help them to cultivate patience and inner calm, which should help in company management. An even-tempered manager can win respect of employees while a short-tempered manager would terrify staff.”
The bottom line is, Chinese martial arts are becoming popular across the world. The Mei Quan Acade- my of Taiji, a London-based tai chi club, now has 48 branches from hipster center Camden Town to affluent Chelsea and central district Russel Square. It also has a presence in Australia, Japan, the US and Europe.
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Tai chi enthusiasts practise their skills in Baokang county, Hubei province.