Dunedin Multi-Ethnic Council – Celebrating Diversity

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Dunedin Tai Chi Club Incorporated

Dunedin Tai Chi Club Incorporated was registered under the Incorporated Societies Act 1908 on 7 June 2017.

Who are we: 

Dunedin Tai Chi Club (DTCC), a non-profit organization, was formed to promote Tai Chi exercises to Dunedin residents especially the elderly folks to improve their physical and mental health well being. Tai Chi is a good exercise for people who cannot do strenuous activities and it helps the body to build up strength. For the more energetic enthusiasts, there are Tai Chi Fan and Tai Chi Sword Dance exercises too. We are looking into other related exercise and dance activities in the future. We also aim to encourage multi-ethnic interactions through these exercises and festive celebrations.

All Tai Chi exercise sessions are conducted at the Dunedin Botanical Garden every Saturday morning @10.30am FREE of charge. Everyone is welcome to join.

The club also participates in the community activities such as the Chinese New Year Celebration, Mid-Autumn Celebration, and other community activities and events organized by DMEC and other societies.

You can find us at Facebook.

The DTCC website is currently under construction.

What Dunedin means to us:

Dunedin is home to many from afar, and each group brings their ethnic traditions and cultures with them. It is a place that most of our members would call our home. And sharing activities across all ethnic groups will enhance our life here.

Pre-Chinese New Year Celebration on 6 February 2021

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Tai Chi exercise at the Botanical Garden