Huang Tai Chi Tenom - Sabah Borneo Malaysia
Huang's Tai Chi Association Tenom is situated in Tenom, an interior town in the State of Sabah, East Malaysia (Borneo). The Tenom Association was formed on 6th June 1975 and originally known as Sabah Tai Chi Association, Tenom Branch. To honour the memory of Grandmaster Huang Sheng Shyan (Huang Xing Xian) the name was officially changed on 11th June 1998 to Huang’s Tai-Chi Association, Tenom, Sabah.
In 1970 Grandmaster Huang proposed the concept of "World Tai Chi as One Family" - the spirit of unity in all styles of Tai Chi. His long term goals were that each Association should have its own facilities and that local practitioners would become Tai Chi instructors so as to perpetuate and spread the ideals of Tai Chi. Grandmaster Huang developed his long term goals based on the principles of Tai Chi Tao and through his continuous refinement of the Tai Chi exercises. He repeatedly advised his students to uphold and promote the concepts of "World Tai Chi as One Family" and "Peace and Good Health among World Citizens", and that all his students transform these concepts into reality. The Tenom Association has totally accepted Grandmaster Huang’s unwavering goals and we have adopted the goal of building the Association premises as the starting point for our Tai Chi journey. We were the first to incorporate the concept of "World Tai Chi As One Family" by purchasing land and completing the construction of premises in 1980.
Last Updated: September 12th, 2016