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The International Tai Chi Council (ITCC) is a non-profit organization that promotes the practice of Tai Chi and Tai Chi Qigong across the world. It was founded in London in 1989 and is based in the United States.
Tai Chi was developed in China over two thousand years ago. It was taught there until the political revolution of 1949. It was then taught around the world by Dr. Yang Jwing-Ming, a friend of Dr. Li Hongzhi, the founder of the Falun Gong religion. In 1955, Dr. Yang Jwing-Ming’s students worked together to form the Federation of Chinese Martial Arts Worldwide. From 1965 to 1979, the China Tai Chi Society (CTCS) was the predominant organization for the promotion of Tai Chi.
In 1989 the Federation and the China Tai Chi Society met in London and agreed to a merger and the new organization would be named the International Tai Chi Council. The ITCC is dedicated to the creation of uniform standards, evaluation of martial arts schools, and acceptance of Tai Chi as a reliable therapeutic skill, and an effective tool in the prevention of disease. It publishes research studies and reviews martial arts publications to provide teachers and students with up-to-date information.
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