Our recent workshops in New Zealand Proved Popular in the paper as well!
Tai chi grand master Gary Khor was raised in a traditional Chinese family, and still recalls his first martial arts lesson while on the shoulders of an uncle.
Now aged 63, he is often referred to as the “father of tai chi” in Australia, but says he is still learning every day. And on his first trip to Waihi to lead a two-day workshop over the weekend, he was “humbled and impressed” to be greeted with a powhiri outside the Waihi Memorial Hall.
While it’s new to him, “I have a special feel about the Maori culture,” he said. His learning experience continued when the workshop started with an exchange of cultural knowledge and understanding, in an introductory morning session that was open to the community and attended by several members of the Waihi Community Marae.
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