We welcome the Year of the Rat at the start of the Lunar New Year on 25 January 2020. The Year of the Rat signifies a year of new beginnings and renewals. That is the year for everyone to show commitment and determination in their goals and aspirations.
To celebrate the start of the Lunar New Year, we will be participating in a group performance of Beijing 24 Tai Chi routine. The Wushu, Tai Chi and Qigong Association (WTQA) is inviting instructors and students from all Tai Chi schools to join forces to perform this routine as part of City of Whitehorse's Lunar New Year celebrations in Box Hill, one of the biggest in Melbourne.
WTQA is hoping to form one of the largest performances of Tai Chi in the Southern Hemisphere. Everyone is invited to join. So, brush up on the Beijing 24 Tai Chi routine at our summer park sessions and a special park session run by Senior Master Chin Min Lian.
We encourage our students and instructors to wear their college clothing, preferably the latest styles of red and black combinations. If you don't own any of the latest clothing, then please wear any of our black or white top variations.
We hope to see you there!
When: Saturday 1 February 2020, Meet at 10 am for 11am performance start
Where: Whitehorse Road, Box Hill, Victoria
Whitehorse Road will be closed to traffic.
Meet at the WTQA booth located outside the Bank of China, 916 Whitehorse Road. Look out for their banners.
Paid parking available at Box Hill Central shopping centre and limited free 1 or 2 hour parking in surrounding streets, please check parking restrictions.
RSVP: Wednesday 22 January 2020 10am. Register your participation with your instructor or firstname.lastname@example.org
To help us prepare for the event, Senior Master Chin Min Lian will be running a FREE park session for us to practice our Beijing 24 Tai Chi routine.
When: Monday 27 January 2020, 9:00 am – 10:15 am
Where: The Boulevarde off George Street, Ruffley Lake Park, Doncaster East
Same venue as we had our 25th Anniversary Park Lesson.
Venues, dates and times may change, so check this website for the latest details before attending.
Updated: 20 January 2020