Join us for A Night of Wushu & Culture, a spectacular, one of a kind performance in celebration of Ji Hong Wushu & Tai Chi College’s 30th anniversary!
Co-organized with the Confucius Institute in Edmonton. Read More
You and your family and friends are invited to participate at the 2nd World Health Qigong Day.
Health Qigong is welcomed as a favorite sport among people across the globe. As of August 2017, there were 87 member organizations and 6.5 million practitioners worldwide in 43 countries. These numbers are continuing to grow. Last year, Canada Ji Hong International Health Qigong Association was voted First place at 2017 World Health Qigong Day Event Organization Award. Read More
Health qigong seminars and training classes will be held in Edmonton from May 31st to June 6th
This event is co-hosted by the International Health Qigong Association, The Chinese Health Qigong Association and the Ji Hong International Health Qigong College of Canada. Based on traditional Chinese forms of body exercises, Health Qigong has been developed with infusion of principles of modern health exercise theories. Read More
Continuing Journey of Excellence
News from Ji Hong Schools in Canada and China
Ji Hong competitive spirit continues to shine as students from schools in Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto, Canada and Chaozhou, Jieyang and Chenghai, China achieved outstanding performances this year. The following is a summary of the competition results in tournaments around the world.
On May 27, 2017, Ji Hong Wushu & Tai Chi College students from Edmonton and Calgary competed in Tai Chi, Health Qigong, Push hand and Sanshou divisions at the 38th CanAm International Martial Arts Championships event in Richmond, BC and won a grand total of 11 Gold, 11 Silver and 4 Bronze medals plus a Grand Championship Trophy in push hand division.
This year 2016, a significant event took place from Oct. 14 to 20 in the historic city of Warsaw, capital of Poland, Europe. More than 300 of the top Taichi athletes from some 30 countries around the world gathered to compete and showcase Taichi, a sport that is among the most popular worldwide. Read More
On July 23, the tournament for the selection of the Canadian Junior Wushu team and Taichi team was held at the Pan Am Center, Markham in the Toronto area. About 300 athletes from some 20 martial art schools across the country competed at a high level in two matches. Ji Hong Wushu and Taichi College was represented by close to 20 outstanding students led by Sifu Jennifer Gu. Read More
The 2016 Can Am Wushu Championship was held in Vancouver on the 14th of May. Ten athletes from Ji Hong Wushu and Taichi College competed in the Taichi Taolu, Push-hand and Sanda (Free Style Sparring). The results: the five athletes competing In Taichi Taolu won 7 gold medals. They are Wendy Fung, Ivy Ho, Harry Tran, Ling Ling Yao, Pang Ng. In Push-hand, Richard Anderson Omura, Ernest Tse and Jason Leung swept all three gold medals in three different weight classes. Read More