Dance of the Tao with Chungliang Al Huang

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"Dance on both feet, balance the advancing and the yielding, the stepping and the picking up," advises Al Huang, master of T'ai Chi and author of Quantum Soup and Embrace Tiger, Return to Mountain. A longtime friend of Alan Watts, with whom he wrote Tao: The Watercourse Way (Pantheon 1977), Huang touches on those principles of inner dancing that make life a joy. In this amusing and enlightening conversation, he encourages us to move freely, to laugh, to embrace paradox, to take ourselves and our world lightly. "To take the S out of cosmic and enjoy what's left." (hosted by Michael Toms)


Chungliang Al Huang is a notable philosopher, dancer, performing artist, and internationally acclaimed taijiquan (Tai Chi) master and educator. He received the Republic of China’s most prestigious award in the field of education, the Gold Medal Award, from its Ministry of Education. He is founder and president of the Living Tao Foundation. Huang is also a calligrapher. He presents seminars, workshops, and retreats around the globe.

He is the author of several books, including:

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Host: Michael Toms                 Interview Date: 4/6/1984                Program Number: 1863