T’ai Chi for Cats

Cute Overload

Many moves in T’ai Chi are often named for the activities they resemble, such as “Parting the wild horse’s mane.” Here we see Quat Mi-Yao, fifth-generation T’ai Chi master, demonstrate “Eating the Invisible Tuna.”


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