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Mega tai chi in Parskville

MEGA TAI CHI: More than 150 people from around the province practiced tai chi at a national two-day workshop at the Parksville Convention Centre last weekend. See Thursday’s paper for a story about the event - CANDACE WU PHOTO
MEGA TAI CHI: More than 150 people from around the province practiced tai chi at a national two-day workshop at the Parksville Convention Centre last weekend. See Thursday’s paper for a story about the event
— image credit: CANDACE WU PHOTO

MEGA TAI CHI: More than 150 people from around the province practiced tai chi at a national two-day workshop at the Parksville Convention Centre last weekend. See Thursday's paper for a story about the event.

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