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With support from Taiwan took place the 2nd Pan Tai Chi Chuan

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Ambassador Lien Sheng Huang, representative of the Republic of China (Taiwan), said that "more than a competition, was the camaraderie of meeting outstanding athletes of this ancient discipline"

After six months of efforts, the Trade and Cultural Office in Taipei in Argentina, in collaboration with Argentina and the Association of Oriental Arts Tai Chi Chuan, Patagonia organized the Second Pan American Cup Championship International Tai Chi Chuan. This event was held from 12 to 15 June and is expected to serve to promote bilateral cultural exchanges.

With much success the Second Pan Tai Chi Chuan was held in the city of Trelew, Chubut. The event was attended by seven countries. Including the Republic of China (Taiwan), who won 11 gold medals, six silver and one bronze, and which had a special delegation stressed participants and referees. The mayor of Trelew, Maximo Perez Catan stressed that the Pan, besides being an opportunity for the sport, promoted and disseminated the attractions of the city.

Ambassador Lien Sheng Huang, representative of the Republic of China (Taiwan), said that "more than a competition, was the camaraderie of meeting outstanding athletes of this ancient discipline." Huang stressed the distinction of having an important commission highlights members and representatives of Tai Chi Chuan from Taiwan and highlighted the efforts of the delegation that came from afar, and teachers Wu Rong and Mr. Luoke Huei Chen, whose presence was essential because, not only were assessed his seminars, but who helped with their experience to establish regulations for an international competition in Taiwan. the authorities highlighted the work of the Organizing Committee of the Pan, especially Professor Juan Alvarez Wang a trelewense, director of the Institute of Arts Oriental Wu-Wei and winner two gold medals in the World Cup Tai Chi Chuan Championship in 2014 in Taipei, Taiwan.

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