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I am the programmer for World Tai Chi & Qigong Day's WorldTaiChiDay.org.

There's been some issues regarding the creation of World Tai Chi & Qigong Day events.

If you created a WTCQD event under our community events page instead of in our World Healing Day (WHD) events page, you'll need to list again. There's a subtle difference between the two types of events that are not clear.

Community events (http://community.worldhealingday.org/Events/Events/) are where we used to (2013 and prior) post our WTCQD events.

However, we created a new WHD event page (http://listings.worldtaichiday.org/Tai-Chi-Qigong-Meditation-Yoga-Events/All-Countries/) that is dedicated to advertising all of the WHD events for 2014 and beyond.

Please verify that you created the correct WTCQD event by following these steps:

1. Login: http://listings.worldtaichiday.org/Log-in.html

2. Look at your WHD Events: http://listings.worldtaichiday.org/My-Events/

3. If your WTCQD event is not listed, then you will want to click this link to add it: http://listings.worldtaichiday.org/Create-New-Event-Album.html.

If you posted a WTCQD event under our community event page, then please delete them. Here's a link where you can find your community events: http://community.worldhealingday.org/Events/Events/


Also, you may want to verify that your school/class listings are up to date. We have added many new features that you may not be taking advantage of. Visit our our FAQ section for any questions you may have: http://listings.worldtaichiday.org/help/faq


Kind Regards,

Greg
support@worldhealingday.org


















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Also, search the Qigong Institute's "Qigong and Energy Medicine Database," for research abstracts on Tai Chi & Qigong.

The Qigong and Energy Medicine Database™ is a compilation of references to a series of extensive clinical and experimental research on medical applications of Qigong carried out in China and beyond beginning about 1980. These studies as well as to reports in scientific journals, books, international conferences, and The National Library of Medicine and PubMed. The Qigong and Energy Medicine Database™ provides a record in English of the vast amount of clinical and experimental research on Qigong from China as well from other countries. Included are reports of therapies that have been tried and claimed to be effective. These reports can be used as a guide for improving health and for deciding what further research may be required to confirm promising applications of Qigong.

The Qigong & Energy Medicine Database™ contains references not only to Qigong but also to other energy-based research, therapies, clinical trials, and practices. While the emphasis is on scientific reports, reviews are provided in some cases. The Database contains abstracts (not full text). Abstracts range in length from a paragraph to several pages and may contain information on methodology, controlled experiments, results summarized in tables, and statistical analysis.

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