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Fixed Step Exercise (Continuation)

This video is the continuation of Guolin Qigong: Fixed Step Exercise. It contains Part 2 which covers Shenshu Type Fixed Step Exercise, Fast Type Fixed Step Exercise and Commentary. It also contains Part 3 - Concluding Exercise.

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Fixed Step Exercise

Fixed Step Exercise is practised by staying in the same place. Its movements are slow and do not consume much energy.  As such it is suitable for the elderly people, those who are physically weak as well as patients in the hospitals.

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Anti-cancer Guolin Qigong on MHI TV3

On 4 February 2016, members of Persatuan Guolin Qigong Malaysia demonstrated Qigong exercises during the TV3 show Malaysia Hari Ini (MHI).

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Concluding Exercise

Concluding Exercise is performed at the end of practising a main qigong exercise.  The purpose is to let the `nei qi` or inner energy produced during the couse of  qigong practice settle to Dantian.

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Natural Walking Exercise

Natural Walking Exercise was demonstrated by the late Master Yu Da Yuan. This video is subtitled and dubbed in English.

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Guolin Qigong: Preparatory Exercise (Yu Bei Gong)

Guolin Qigong Preparatory Exercise (Yu Bei Gong) was demonstrated by the late Master Yu Da Yuan. This video is subtitled and dubbed in English.

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Natural Walking Exercise (Zi Ran Xing Gong)

Natural Walking Exercise is the basic exercise of Guolin Qigong. Its basic techniques are found in all the other walking qigong exercises.

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Song of Cancer - Second Upload

Song of Cancer was played at our Anniversary Dinner when cancer survivors went up the stage to receive gifts and pose for photo sessions.

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Looking Back at the Past 20 Years

This video served as the prelude to 20th Anniversary & 3rd Fighting Against Cancer, Celebrating Life Dinner on 20 October 2013 at HGH Convention Centre, Sentul, Kuala Lumpur.

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Wong Peng Yem talks about Body and Mind Therapies

Wong Peng Yem, 72 years old, has survived fourth stage colon cancer for 29 years.  He believes that body and mind therapies are important in combating diseases.

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