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n See tai chi.
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The term Taiji refers to a philosophy of the forces of yin and yang, related to the moves.
At a later juncture, Liu himself chances upon real documentary footage of large numbers of herded dolphins swimming in their own blood, the infamous annual custom of dolphin slaughter in Taiji Island, Japan.
Japanese authorities have ordered to deport Ric O'Barry, who highlighted dolphin slaughter in the Japanese village of Taiji in the Oscar-winning documentary "The Cove.
Joining Jackson 5, Backstreet Boys, 'N Sync, New Kids on the Block, One Direction and New Edition on the list are K-pop acts SHINee, Big Bang, TVXQ, Seo Taiji and Boys and Infinite, and Japanese band Kat-tun.
By far the biggest buyer was China, which purchased 216 dolphins captured in Taiji.
The albino Risso's dolphin was driven into a cove over the weekend by fishermen at Taiji in Japan, said Sea Shepherd, which has teams of observers in the remote town.
I tem 1: Every year from September 1 to April 1, the Japanese prefecture of Wakayama allows local fishermen in the coastal town of Taiji to hunt an annual quota of nearly 2,000 dolphins for commercial purposes.
Aquatic Taiji is a good foundation for creating balance for both body and mind, as well as feeling the smooth movement of life energy.
He said the cruel way in which dolphins are hunted and slaughtered in Taiji, a town on Japan's Pacific coast, has attracted international criticism.
Despite the objections raised by Caroline Kennedy, the American Ambassador to Tokyo, and Tim Hitchens, the UK Ambassador, Japanese fishermen in Taiji Cove have been erecting barriers to conceal the fact that their annual slaughter carries on regardless.
More than 250 dolphins have been cornered in a cove in Taiji, including an extremely rare albino calf.