Dancing in the Park

Dancing in parks is apparently very common in China, and the Flushing Chinese have brought the fun to  local parks.

Dancing in parks is apparently very common in China, and the Flushing Chinese have brought the fun to local parks.

Tai Chi fan dance groups can be seen in the mornings. This one is in the Queens Botanical Garden.

Tai Chi fan dance groups can be seen in the mornings. This one is in the Queens Botanical Garden.

From behind with fans extended.

From behind with fans extended.

Even the statue is participating.

Even the statue is participating.

Fans forward.

Fans forward.

In unison.

In unison.

Some groups only have a few members, but each one has a leader or teacher. Here it is the woman in white. In the prior photo it is the woman with the white fan.

Some groups only have a few members, but each one has a leader or teacher. Here it is the woman with the stick. In the prior photo it is the woman with the white fan.

This gentleman was giving instruction to two women in Kissena Corridor Park.

This gentleman was giving instruction to two women in Kissena Corridor Park.

Tai Chi with swords.

Tai Chi with swords.

Some groups use swords instead of fans.

Tai Chi master.

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