Year of the Tiger, King of All Beasts

Local senators, cities get together for merrymaking and blessings, consolidate good thoughts and positive energy to start off the new year
SANTA CLARA, Calif. - Feb. 26, 2022 - PRLog -- Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy celebrated the Lunar New Year with the theme: "Year of the Tiger; King of All Beasts" in a podcast format. Friends from all over the world participated by sending their blessings and letters to wish the world a happy Year of the Tiger. The participants got together with friends and family and, with abundant merrymaking and blessings, consolidate good thoughts and positive energy to start off the new year.

In the podcast, Dr. Hong, Tao-Tze, Zhang-men-ren (grandmaster) of Tai Ji Men mentioned, "This year is the Year of the Tiger. The tiger is often seen as a symbol of courage, and bravery and true love can help people overcome challenges. As we enter the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, impacts have changed everyone's lives, bringing fear, chaos, and grief; however, the pandemic has also provided opportunities for ecological change on Earth. At a time when the physical contact between people is drastically reduced, the use of advanced technology creates another type of connection, as we interact online, and the Internet knows no borders, making those living far away seem to be as close to us as our neighbors, and allowing goodness to spread more widely and quickly. Today, we are meeting online to send our blessings and good thoughts to the world, making this Chinese New Year Gathering even more meaningful."

Congressman Ro Khanna, California State Senator Dave Cortese, and more than 30 mayors and city council members from 12 cities around the bay area participated in this event in the form of video blessings and/or issuance of Letters of Commendation, including Cupertino mayor Darcy Paul, Cupertino councilmember Hung Wei, San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo, San Jose councilmember Raul Peralez and Matt Mahan, Saratoga councilmember Yan Zhao, Milpitas Vice Mayor Carmen Montano, Palo Alto Mayor Patrick Burt, and Councilmember Greer Stone,

Redwood City mayor Giselle Hale, Redwood City Councilmember Diane Howard and Jeff Gee, Los Gatos mayor Bob Rennie, Monte Sereno mayor Javed Ellahie, Santa Clara mayor Lisa M. Gillmor, Fremont Councilmember Teresa Keng, Sunnyvale mayor Larry Klein, Los Altos mayor Anita Enander, etc. They applauded Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy for their positive contributions to the community and their efforts to promote physical, mental, and spiritual health of world citizens. Mr. Phuong Nguyen, field representative to California State Senator Dave Cortese, personally presented a Certificate of Commendation to Tai Ji Men Qigong Academy in San Jose on behalf of Senator Cortese, to recognize the great work that the Academy has done and continues to do for the broader community. Details can be found at

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