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Australia's 2nd International Martial Arts Festival A complete success

澳大利亚第二届武术节开幕式
2019 Australia 2nd International Martial Arts Festival Opening Ceremony
墨尔本千人太极航拍
Melbourne Thousand People Tai Chi Aerial Photography

澳大利亚第二届国际武术节闭幕式
2019 2nd Australian International Martial Ares Festival Closing Ceremony

Dance skewers at the opening ceremony of the Second Wushu Festival
Australia’s second martial arts festival closing ceremony cheongsam skewers
The 2ndAustralia’s International Martial arts Festival was held in Box Hill, Victoria, from 30th August to 1st September , which was a shocking success.
The total number of participants from all over the world reached more than 1,500 people, including: 26 participating teams and 17 participating teams, 29 aerial photography units with 1,000 people, and 359 individual entries.
Aerial photographs of Tai Chi figures composed of Chinese and Australian collaborators

The second Australian International Wushu Festival in 2019 was grandly opened on the morning of August 31.
More than 20 Kyoto drums sounded at the same time at nine o’clock. In the sound of majestic athletes, thousands of people from all over the world Participating athletes bravely lined up and entered the opening ceremony venue The content of this martial arts festival is full of momentum and unprecedented on a large scale. The aerial photography of the opening ceremony Tai Chi LOGO pattern shocked the world.
1st,September,2019,Closing ceremony of the 2nd International Wushu Festival in Australia

The 2nd International Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Melbourne, Australia
The 2nd International Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Melbourne, Australia

The content of this martial arts festival was full of momentum and unprecedented on a large scale.
The aerial photography of the opening ceremony with the theme of herringbone shape: Chinese Tai Chi inheritance Australian pattern:
CHA-AU (Chinese-Australian abbreviation) Tai Chi LOGO pattern shocked the world.

Melbourne, Australia, Tai Chi program performance
Promoting Chinese Tai Chi in Melbourne, Australia
The 2nd International Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Melbourne, Australia
The 1,000 people aerial photography was co-sponsored by the Victorian Chinese Association of Chinese Associations, Australian WuShu arts Culture Center, and Dahua Times Media.
By Sydney Kangkang Taiji Technology Research Institute, Guyue School Health Martial Arts Team MSCC, Zhongwo International Taijiquan Association, Australia Melbourne Hongdeshu Association Dragon and Lion Team, Chinese Cultural Center Lion Dance Team, Zhengzhou International Shaolin Martial Arts Academy, Beijing International Shaolin Wushu School and the following teams participated in the co-organization:

The Melbourne Forum of the Wushu Festival Theory Seminar was successfully opened on  30th August at 7.00pm.

Guests speak at the 2nd International Martial Arts Festival
Guests speak at the 2nd International Martial Arts Festival
Guests speak at the 2nd International Martial Arts Festival

The abundance of high-end content in the specifications of this theoretical seminar is unique in the martial arts session. Chaired by Yu Gongbao,
the editor-in-chief of World Taiji.com, the former chairman of the Chinese Wushu Association, Li Jie, the chairman of the International Kung Fu Federation Fu Biao and the masters of Australian and Chinese martial arts made superb performances and demonstrations. The atmosphere is warm and unexpectedly exciting.

Tai Chi Master Performs at the 2nd International Martial Arts Festival

Wudang :Guan Yongxing

Tai Chi Master Performs at the 2nd International Martial Arts Festival
Tai Chi Master: Xu Qinlan
The 2nd International Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Melbourne, Australia
Tai Chi Master: Zhang Dongwu
Tai Chi Master Performs at the 2nd International Martial Arts Festival

Zhang Shaolin: the seventh-generation successor of Shaolin Buddhism and Han Quan

The second Australian International Wushu Festival in 2019 was grandly opened on the morning of August 31.
More than 20 Kyoto drums sounded at the same time at nine o’clock. In the sound of majestic athletes, thousands of people from all over the world included: 26 participating teams and 17 participating units, 29 aerial photography units of 1,000 people, and 359 people. Individual athletes bravely and proudly lined up to enter the opening ceremony venue.
Guests who participated in the opening ceremony of this Wushu Festival and delivered speeches
Guests who participated in the opening ceremony of this Wushu Festival and delivered speeches
Guests who participated in the opening ceremony of this Wushu Festival and delivered speeches

Guests who participated in the opening ceremony of this Wushu Festival and delivered speeches include:
Consul General Zeng Jianhua Fu, Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Melbourne, Australia
Bruce Atkinson, former Speaker of the Victorian Parliament and Head of Victoria, Australia-China Relations Organization
Chairman of the All-Australian Chinese Federation, Chairman of the Australian Chinese Writers’ Festival, Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National Women’s Association: Hu Mei,Representative of the Mayor of Whitehorse City, Tina Liu, a councillor of Whitehorse City

Guests speak at the 2nd International Martial Arts Festival
Guests speak at the 2nd International Martial Arts Festival
Guests speak at the 2nd International Martial Arts Festival
Guests speak at the 2nd International Martial Arts Festival
Guests speak at the 2nd International Martial Arts Festival
Guests speak at the 2nd International Martial Arts Festival

The award-giving guests participating in the closing ceremony of this martial arts festival are:<br>Chairman of the National Women’s Association Victorian Women’s Association, <br>Director of the International Women’s Association Board of Directors: Elizabeth<br>Former mayor of Whitehorse, Cr Andrew Davenport, former mayor for city of Whitehorse<br>Head of the Australia-China Relations Organization of the Victorian Parliament Bruce Atkinson<br>Rhett Henkel Community Liaison officer-Victoria,<br>Immigration and Citizenship Service. Department of Home Affairs

The 2nd International Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Melbourne, Australia
The 2nd International Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Melbourne, Australia
The 2nd International Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Melbourne, Australia
The 2nd International Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Melbourne, Australia

This year’s International Wushu Festival is composed of Zhang Dongwu as the director of the Arbitration Committee, two committee members, two chief referees, two chief referees and 14 international referees.
This year’s Wushu Festival has been fiercely contested by 17 members of the arbitration committee and international referees in two days and two separate venues.
In the final finals, the all-around champion of this Wushu Festival, the second and third men’s teams were: Canberra player HUI LIU, local player ANDREW BRUCE and China’s Henan player Li Pengfei.

Guests present awards to the winners of the martial arts festival

Men’s all-around champion:Liu Hui

Guests present awards to the winners of the martial arts festival

Men’s all-around runner up:Andrew Bruce

Guests present awards to the winners of the martial arts festival

Men’s all-around Third place:Li PenFei

the first place of the martial arts festival

Women’s all-around champion:Jiang XinYan

Winning the 2nd Melbourne International Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Australia

Women’s all-around champion:Lucy Luo

the third place of the martial arts festival

Women’s all-around Third place:Xiao MingLi

First Prize Winner of Team Competition: Australian Oriental Martial Arts Tai Chi Alliance
Second Prize Winner of Team Competition: BOXHILL Tai Chi Center
Third Prize Winner of Team Competition: Taichi for Life

Martial Arts Festival First place in the collective
First prize winners of the team competition:Australian Oriental Martial Arts Tai Chi Alliance
Martial Arts Festival second place in the collective

Second Prize Winner of Team Competition: BOXHILL Tai Chi Center

Martial Arts Festival third place in the collective

Second Prize Winner of Team Competition: BOXHILL Tai Chi Center

At the closing ceremony awards ceremony, government officials from Victoria, City and Immigration Department and Hualian Association Chairman Su Junxi presented cash checks and certificates of $2000, $1000 and $500 prepared by the organizing committee respectively.

Ranked first in popularity at the International Martial Arts Festival
Ranked second in popularity at the International Martial Arts Festival
Ranked third in popularity at the International Martial Arts Festival
The top three most popular awards are: Australian Oriental Martial Arts Tai Chi Alliance , Monash Chinese Friendship Club Xinyue Dance Team and BoxHill Tai Chi Center
Group photo of the 2nd Melbourne Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Australia
Group photo of the 2nd Melbourne Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Australia
Group photo of the 2nd Melbourne Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Australia
Group photo of the 2nd Melbourne Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Australia

Name of Organizing Unit of Australia’s Second International Wushu Festival:

Organizer:
Australian Victorian Chinese Association
Australian Martial Arts Association (AWCC)

Undertaker/Co-Organizer:
Australian Orlental Martial Arts TaiChi INC/Australian Orlental Martial Arts TaiChi INC/Chi Generation/Australian TaiChi

Support unit/Support:
International Kung Fu Federation WTQA

2nd Melbourne Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Australia

Support unit/Support:
The Organizing Committee of Australia’s 2nd International Wushu Festival:

Honorary Chairman: Li Jie
Honorary Chairman: Fu Biao, Sun Haofeng
Chairman of the Organizing Committee: Su Junxi, Jiang Hui Wendy
Chairman of the Organizing Committee: Su Rule, Han Jinsong

Sponsors of 2nd Melbourne Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Australia
Media supports of 2nd Melbourne Tai Chi Martial Arts Festival in Australia

Sponsors of this Wushu Festival:
The news media supported by this Wushu Culture and Arts Festival are:
The Chinese channel of Star TV and the International Channel of Star TV broadcast on the same channel,
CCTV Australia Station Master Returned to Qing, Sing Tao Daily Kori Lo, Melbourne Daily Cecil Huang, Phoenix Satellite TV, People’s Daily
Overseas Net, Guangming Net, Xinhua News Agency, China News Service; Sina Weibo Sports Channel, World Taijiquan Net, Prosperity Taiji,
Tai Chi fist headlines. Thousands of people in Australia’s aerial photography pop-up support and reporting media units: the age, Sing Tao Daily, Dahua Times Media,
Melbourne Daily, First Media, United Media, Melbourne Micro Life, Bull’s Eye Witness, etc.