Kung Fu Tai Chi Magazine Information
- Country Of Origin:CHINA
- Current Issue:Issue 03 (4 in stock)
- Next Issue:Issue 05, due 11 April 2017
- Related Topics: Other Sports magazines
- Issues per Year6
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The magazine has just crossed the magnificent milestone of splendid 20 years of publication. This ultimate magazine has been delivering essential techniques and illustrations on the most ancient art forms of self defense.
The ancient Chinese martial arts have always attracted all genres especially youngsters as the most versatile and effective way of self defense. Kung Fu Tai Chi has been persistently inspiring all the masses towards this art through their regular informative articles on Chinese martial philosophy, culture, training, self defense, healing, meditation, Buddhism, Taoism, Feng Shui and historical connects.
Topics like power of Chinese tea, the sword identity and guard grip are more than rousing to follow the widely accepted and appreciated form of self defense.
The magazine is the sturdiest of all the other related magazines as it synchronizes all the forms of Chinese martial arts and associated disciplines to spread awareness in the world. And for that purpose the magazine is printed in the commonly understood English language.
Chris - 14 September 2014
Kung Fu Tai Chi
The only magazine i could find in the UK. Full of informative articles giving you more insights in this popular martial art. Unfortunatly it gives no information on any UK competitions or schools. This said, the magazine is well worth a go for people who want a greater understanding of the art.