• Chris McMillan

Female martial arts master Liu promotes Tai Chi in accessible ways

Xinhua


8th October 2020


Female martial arts master Liu promotes Tai Chi in accessible ways


Following in her father's footsteps, she first began to practice martial arts at the age of six. After studying under one of the "top 10 Chinese martial artists" at the age of 15, she became the 12th-generation heir of Chen's Tai Chi.


When first meeting Liu Tianzi, it's difficult to associate her with the above description. It isn't until her feet drew a gentle but powerful arc on the ground that we were sure she is the "female Tai Chi master."


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