Australian Oriental Martial Arts TaiChi INC Introduction

The Australian Tobu Tai Chi Alliance (AOMATCI) was established on April 21, 2018.

The group is a non-profit organization

1: AMRTC founder

Wendy Jiang Hui, founder and chairman of the alliance: The first all-around champion of the 16th International Wushu Pentathlon in Hong Kong in 2018, and the 13th generation disciple of Chen-style Taijiquan. Senior international Tai Chi licensed instructor.

2: The purpose of the AMRTC

Since March 2018, the Australia East Tai Chi Alliance has organized twelve Chinese Tai Chi public welfare classes and online classes in Glen Waverley, Box Hill, Doncaster and City. The community has earned tens of thousands of people

3: Honor of the AMRTC

Municipal government officials at all levels visited the site to support the public welfare promotion of Tai Chi

On the fourth day of the Chinese New Year in 2019, the new Mayor of Monash, Shane McClusky, came to make a speech before the meeting. He said: Let more local Westerners understand and experience the magical effect of Chinese Tai Chi on physical fitness, which is beneficial to the country and the government. Great thing!

In the opening ceremony of the third term in May 2018, the Mayor of Monash, along with the former Mayor of ManningHam Yang Qianhui, City Councillor Cai Peng, and the presidents of various associations specially participated in and gave high praise.

The mayor of Monash, the former mayor of ManningHam, Yang Qianhui, city councillor Cai Peng, and Ji Jianmin, and other association leaders specially came to participate in and practice Tai Chi with us.

4: Outstanding performance

June 18, 2018: The Tai Chi demonstration at the Melbourne Thousand People Dragon Boat Festival was reported and broadcasted by CCTV International Evening News

July 2018: AOMA Taichi  won the first place in the collective competition in the world online video competition

October 31, 2019: First place in the collective competition of the 4th World Tai Chi Culture Festival in China and has been invited to represent Australia to participate in the closing ceremony demonstration in Sanya, China

October 2018: First place in Australia’s first international martial arts festival collective competition

August 2019: First place in the collective competition of the 2nd International Wushu Festival in Australia

August 2019: First place in the Popularity Award of the 2nd International Wushu Festival in Australia

5: Outstanding Merit

Exclusively host the first Australian International Martial Arts Festival 2018

1. On October 30, 2018, we will exclusively host Australia’s first International Martial Arts Festival. This is the first mass sport of the largest international martial arts competition in Australia’s history. There are more than 500 contestants from all over the world and local teams and individuals.

2. On November 1, 2018, the closing ceremony of Australia’s first International Wushu Festival was successfully closed. The first Wushu Festival’s exclusive sponsor CBD chairman Chen Guojing and event schedule sponsor Zhonghengsihai Travel Agency. The former mayor of Whitehorse City and the presidents of various associations attended the closing ceremony.

On November 1, 2018, the closing ceremony of Australia’s first international martial arts festival successfully closed
The number of participants in the first Wushu Festival reached more than 500 people/time, and the coverage included athletes from Malaysia, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Hong Kong, China Beijing, Henan, Tianjin, Jiangsu and Foshan, Jilin, Liaoning and other regions and nationalities. The items include Shaolin, Wudang, Nanquan, Xingyiquan, Wing Chunquan and Chen, Yang, Wu and other different schools of internal family boxing. Weapons include swords, sticks, fans, Wing Chun swords, Chunqiu broadswords, etc. More than twenty different items

Host a larger scale 2019 Australia's 2nd International Martial Arts Festival

On August 30, 2019, the Melbourne Forum of the Second International Martial Arts Festival Theoretical Seminar was jointly held with World Taiji. This forum has a high standard, wide scope and innovative content, setting a record in Australian history.

On September 1, 2019, the closing ceremony of the 2nd International Wushu Festival in Australia was a completely success, with more than 1,000 team athletes from all over the world. In the finals, the team and men’s and women’s teams will be crowned, the second runner-up, nine runners-up and one scholarship winner

16 leaders including Victorian interstate officials, mayors and councillors, the deputy consul general of the People’s Republic of China in Melbourne, the chairman of the Hualian Association and the chairman of the National Women’s Association attended and gave warm speeches and praised.

On August 31, 2019, the AMATC took the lead in cooperating with the Victorian Chinese Association, and the Australian Dahua Times Media hosted the world-shocking large-scale aerial photography of Melbourne’s 1,000-person Tai Chi aerial photography in Box Hill Park. CHN (China) was built with real people. —AU (Australia), the English abbreviation, vividly shows the true portrayal of the Chinese Tai Chi culture and the oriental dragon flying from China to Australia.

Former Chairman of the Chinese Wushu Association, Li Jie, and World Taiji.com Editor-in-Chief Yu Gongbao flew to Australia to present the [Starlight Award] trophy to Ms. Jiang Hui, Chairman of the Australia East Alliance. The Victorian Intercontinental Councillor signed and awarded the Certificate of Outstanding Contribution to the Promotion of Mass Fitness Tai Chi

6:Charity Tai Chi courses enter the campus:

Templeton Primar School Grade Six 100 Students Training Course -(07.2018-09.2018)

XinJinShan Chinese School The Fifth Training Course Mt Waverley (07.2019-08.2019)

Carey Grammar School-2019.02.09初四 Glenda Primary School-

2019.06.28 Greensborough Primary School-2018.08.19

7.Promote fitness Tai Chi performance to the community:

Licensed coaches with professional training: 张吉新,姜鑫燕,向俊蓉,王玲美,Lucy Luo,Polly Feng ,Ling Huang,

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