Learn Tai Chi 8 forms for beginners (chinese version) - Hong Kong





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Published on May 3, 2011

I'm Jacky Sum, a Tai Chi instructor in Hong Kong. I am sharing this video of me doing the basic Tai Chi 8 forms, hoping to help gain more recognition of my skills in Hong Kong.

It's a great martial art style, great to do for leisure as well as for health.

Feel free to contact me, my email address is:

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Comments • 22

Harvey Cheung
I show this video to my parents they like it very much ! It very helpful to them . Please post more of the 24 form in Cantonese versions , thank you very much, the older people here they love to watch your video.
Harvey Cheung
Hi Jacky Sum , I just found the Tai Chi form in Chinese versions of you in this video , I love it very much ! Actually my parents want to learn this Tai Chi form in Chinese versions ( Cantonese) Would you please sent or post more like 24 form or more form in Cantonese . Thank you very much.
This guy took some good herbs and learned a little about kung fu! I enjoyed watching this tai chi. I hate to see limp noodle hands tai chi.
@yasorachi you can watch engliah version 
@MegaShahim please get the translation in English version learn taichi 8 forms for beginners(english version)
Stephen, wishing you a good improvement.
@MegaShahim please get the translation in English version 
thanks nice and easy to follow 
William Starstrider
i love the movements in tai chi(and all kung fu for that matter). i love the circular movements and emphasis on perfect technique, it makes for a beautiful and flowing art.
David Gunning
Its a bit of crack realising you can dig their clout. 
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