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I found ‘Testimonials’ section to be quite interesting as there are a variety of responses from students. They come across as being very authentic as there seems to be such a diverse reaction to training. The Kung Fu seems to have helped so many people ranging from older women to teenage boys. One aspect that everyone comments on is lack of ego and competitive nature of instructors. Just like website, stigmatic qualities often associated with Martial Arts is not present here; no one is trying to look cool or be aggressive. This is very important to people whom just want to increase their health and self-defense capabilities like myself.
This website is a perfect example of true function and intention of Internet, to share positive information and knowledge around world. Of course Tai Chi Academy is a business, but honest and open format of their website reflects philosophy of their teachings and is appreciated by visitors. All products’ costs are right there to be seen; as there is nothing to hide when monetary gain is not sole imperative of an organization. A lot can be learned here by companies’ and individuals’ approaches to constructing an identity on Internet.
Jesse S. Somer, M6.Net http://www.m6.net Jesse S. Somer is a bamboo tree bending in the strong wind, but rooted to the ground. He is learning and hoping to show others how to be more flexible and stable in our contemporary world.