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T'AI CHI Magazine has a loyal following of readers, many of whom have been subscribers from its first issue.

Published since 1977, T'AI CHI continues to provide an exchange of information and ideas as well as news of activities in the T'ai Chi Ch'uan community. The articles include interviews with experts about the philosophy behind internal martial arts as well as the nuts and bolts of correct, productive practice, including the ways to improve internal energy and strength. T'AI CHI magazine has developed gradually from a four-page newsletter to its present format of 68 pages on glossy paper with four-color printing and distribution on newsstands in the U.S. and other countries, in addition to the growing number of subscribers from all over the world.

Here are some of the many unsolicited remarks by readers of T'AI CHI Magazine who wrote in to express their appreciation:

"I don't throw it away after reading. Instead, I keep the issues as part of my permanent library collection. I derive nourishment from rereading it. I also use it for a reference when I get stuck or I get interested in a particular point of T'ai Chi.
"Since the articles cover so many aspects of the T'ai Chi art, the magazines make up a valuable reference and source literature in T'ai Chi. "I have watched T'AI CHI Magazine grow from humble beginnings. I remember when I worried that it wouldn't continue. You have helped make T'AI CHI a great publication. Keep it up!"
          --C.A., Israel.

"Your magazine brings into perspective some of the more difficult aspects of T'ai Chi, e.g., internal development, internal vs. external ch'i, modern vs. traditional and much more." 
          Thank you.--R.O. Truth-or-Consequences, NM.

"Love your magazine. I do get some insights my instructor may not have time to discuss with all his students!
          --D.J., Torrance, CA.

"I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you on a job well done. Your magazine is easily the best I have seen in the field of martial arts. I feel that the new, glossy cover is a good idea. It may boost production cost, but it suits a magazine of quality."

"I want to thank you and acknowledge you for your fine T'AI CHI Magazine. Keep up the good work."
          --A.B., NYC.

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