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Chi

A unit of length in China approximately equivalent to 33.33 centimeters. It is sometimes called a Chinese foot.
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(2.) UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, The CHIS 2001 Sample: Response Rate and Representativeness, Los Angeles: UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, 2003.
Chi's Express had four or five tables and majored on its takeout and delivery business, said Robert Tju.
Expanding into Coffee Beanery's space grew the traditional Chinese restaurant from about 1,500 SF to roughly 5,000 SF, Chi said.
Tai chi is performed as a series of slow, graceful, controlled body movements while your body remains straight and upright.
Stories abound about the origins of tai chi. According to one of the most popular legends, tai chi's motions are based on those of a snake.
Like acupuncture, tai chi is based on the concept of chi (pronounced chee), the vital life energy that sustains health and calms the mind.
Chi must flow freely for good health; blocked chi can lead to illness or disease.
Generally, though, tai chi is considered an adjunct therapy-one that works best in partnership with other approaches.
Among the Chi family's existing restaurants are Chi Dimsum & Bistro, Sekisui and Sushi Cafe in Little Rock.
You won't undergo a strenuous workout in a tai chi class it won't be like aerobics, for instance.
Chinese martial arts including tai chi were featured in the 2004 and 2008 Olympics as a demonstration sport.
Tai chi is a soft one, emphasizing relaxation for many, it is a form of meditation.