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Item #J061

Vol. 6, No. 1: Spring 1996


Features: China: A Visit to the Birthplace of T'ai Chi by Ronnie Robinson; Taoism: "It Is About The Way Things Are" by Eo Omwake; Chinese Medicine: A Healthy Lifestyle by Robert Butera, Ph.D; Using T'ai Chi to Prevent Falls in Senior Citizens by Tom Forsythe.


Item #J062

Vol. 6, No. 2: Summer 1996


Features: Hsi Lai Temple: Bringing Chinese Buddhism to the West by Mark Hawthorne; Tofu Terrific by Rachel-Albert Matesz; Ancient Qi or Modern Bio-Electricity? Setting Limits by Dr. R. Lindsay Anglen; Essentials of Qigong by Eo Omwake.


Item #J063

Vol. 6, No. 3: Autumn 1996


Features: Basic Requirements for Body Posture (part 1) by T.K. Shih; Restoring an Ancient Religion: China Sees Value in "The Way": by Mark Hawthorne; In Traditional Chinese Medicine: Unmasking The Myth of Meat by Don Matesz; Learning T'ai Chi Ch'uan: Practice & Persevere by Eo Omwake.


Item #J064

Vol. 6, No. 4: Winter 1996-97


Features: Basic Requirements for Body Posture (part 2) by T.K. Shih, Healthcare Comes to the 99-cent Store by Charles Yarborough; Qigong & Behavioral Medicine: An Integrated Approacyh to Chronic Pain by Michael Mayer, Ph.D.; Calligraphy: The Demands of the Soul by Candy Davis.


Item #J071

Vol. 7, No. 1: Spring 1997


Features: A Taoist View of Meat Easting: Where's the Beef? by Kenneth S. Cohen; The Need for Reality Testing in Feng Shui by Mark Johnson; A Discussion on The Curative Effects Taijiquan Has On Insomnia by Mei Ying Sheng, MD, translated by Ted W. Knecht; Xing Yi Chuan Standing Practice by Tim Cartmell and Dan Miller.


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