About Supreme Chi Living

Supreme Chi Living is an online journal and community run by American Tai Chi and Qigong Association (ATCQA). It is the rebranding and expansion of the former Tai Chi for Consumer Health Information Center.

In July 2003, ATCQA (then called American Tai Chi Association) was awarded a grant by the National Library of Medicine, the world's largest medical library and part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), to create a website with reliable information about the health benefits of Tai Chi. The site was called the Tai Chi for Consumer Health Information Center.

Since then, the Center has become an official source for information about Tai Chi used by the public and various organizations, from HealthFiner.gov, American Institute for Cancer Research, to community-based Family Service & Community Mental Health Center (a not-for-profit corporation serving McHenry County of Illinois since 1959), and so on.

In addition to maintaining and updating this information portal, ATCQA has been publishing a monthly newsletter since 2004, Tai Chi Living.

With the mounting scientific evidences about the benefits of Tai Chi and Qigong, and with these two exercises becoming more assimilated into American people's life, in June 2009, the Tai Chi Living newsletter was renamed to Supreme Chi Living. One year later, in June 2010, ATCQA redesigned and rebranded the Tai Chi for Consumer Health Information Center as Supreme Chi Living online journal and community.

The newly branded site continues to update the public with reliable scientific information while also putting Tai Chi and Qigong in a broader context.
Formerly the Tai Chi for Consumer Health Information Center funded by The National Library of Medicine (NLM)
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