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Tai Chi Farm's Zhang Building. Over the years literally thousands of photos were taken Tai Farm, Master Jou Tsung Hwa and San Feng Festival. If you have some'd like to make digital copies submit us, we more than happy post them. See Submissions page for details. alt=Tai Chi Farm's "Zhang Building." Over the years literally thousands of photos were taken of the Tai Chi Farm, Master Jou Tsung Hwa and the Zhang San Feng Festival. If you have photos you'd like to make digital copies of and submit to us, we'd more more than happy to post them. See Submissions page for details.
Tai Chi Farm's "Zhang Building"

Tai Chi Farm . . . . a name that remains unique in taiji history. You stand at the entrance to a website dedicated to the legendary Tai Chi Farm and its late founder, taiji Master Jou Tsung Hwa. From 1984 to 1998, the Tai Chi Farm served as a rare and special home, not only for Master Jou but for countless visitors and students who came to the Farm to learn taijiquan. Whether attending one of Master Jou's regular taiji classes, or joining one of the many workshops held throughout the summer, visitors never mistook the special nature of this 103 acre oasis for the internal artist. The Tai Chi Farm also served as home to the annual Zhang San Feng Festival, an event named for the legendary founder of taiji which brought together hundreds of masters, instructors and students from all over the country. The year 2000 saw its doors close forever but its memory will always live on.

Enter now the official Tai Chi Farm Memorial Website. Read about this special place that will forever be remembered by those who graced its doorways.

 

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