By Chenxu Cui, Sheng Bi, Changyuan Huang, and Ruiqi Gao

Taichi quan is a part of Chinese traditional culture, it embodies Chinese people’s unique way of thinking, code of conduct, aesthetic concept, value orientation, outlook on life and universe. In China, almost every middle school gather students to play Tai chi 24-form as morning exercises. Tai Chi 24 form is also called Simplified Taichi quan. Although it has only 24 movements, compared with the traditional Taichi quan routine, its content is more concise and its movements are more standardized, and it can fully reflect the movement characteristics of Taichi quan. Each member of our group will teach six movements of Tai Chi in the video, and we are responsible for: Chenxu Cui moves 1-6, Sheng Bi moves 7-12, Changyuan Huang moves13-18, Ruiqi Gao moves19-24.

For inquiries regarding this initiative, please contact:

Mark-David Hosale, Ph.D.  –
Associate Professor and Chair, Computational Arts
Digital Media Program
School of Art, Media, Performance and Design
York University, Toronto

4700 Keele Street .:. 228 Goldfarb Centre for Fine Arts .:. Toronto ON, M3J 1P3 Canada