In December, Mei taught a very successful weekend Tai Chi workshop in Boulder, Colorado.
Seen here some of her students showing a little of what they learned during the intensive two-day session. Students were able to complete the Tai Chi 18-form.
Afterwards, one of her students wrote to her and said, “The tai chi form feels amazing! Very blissful and peaceful. Thank you for teaching me.”
Mei and her gold medal winning students at Xianghe 2011
Taking time out from teaching at the Long Tou Shan Martial Arts School this October, Mei travelled to Beijing with three of her students to the CFWS (Chinese Martial Arts Association) 2011 Beijing competition at Epoch City, Xianghe. While she was judging the senior level competitors, three of her students including her son Da Zhu won gold medals performing Chen and Yang style routines. “The weekend was an excellent opportunity to see a broad range of styles and forms including taiji and kungfu” said Roy, one of Mei’s students, “there was also a chance to watch two famous calligraphers at work and we all got to take home personal pieces of art”.
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