The Wong People are a group that is recognized for conducting one of the top Kung Fu curriculums in the USA. They are among the very few left in the world that teach Tai Chi and Kung Fu as a cultural education and not as a form of recreation, sport, or combat fighting art. Though combat is one of the many facets of Kung Fu study, it alone does not maintain the true identity and purpose of the art. Many that have not developed a sufficient understanding of Kung Fu will adapt the notion that Kung Fu is a combat fighting art as marketed by the commercialized industry for entertainment and sports.
Tai Chi is a style of Kung Fu based on Taoist principles that was designed to systematically calibrate and improve the mind and body for optimal functionality. This is done by the practice of slow, gentle and non-strenuous body postures that develops the flow and control of one’s internal energy (chi).
The Wong People teach free Kung Fu and Tai Chi classes here at the Chinatown Community Cultural Center.
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This free class is designed to assist immigrants with the INS Citizenship Interview. Instructors will cover routine questions and answers asked by INS officers. Practice exams and dictations will be given.
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Chinatown Community Cultural Center
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