Zhineng Qigong Demo and Interview on TV3’s Malaysia Hari Ini Programme

Persatuan Senaman Zhineng Qigong Malaysia were invited by TV3 to appear on their progremme “Malaysia Hari Ini” live broadcast on 3rd October 2011.

Seventeen members from various centers around Klang Valley gather at the Perkarangan Sri Pentas at 6.00am where the shooting of the demonstration and interview were held. They were briefed by the crew member of the production team on the shooting of this programme. This is necessary as all of them have no prior experience to appear on set live.

They were in position at about 07:50am with Host Zulkifli Abd Jalil joining in the demonstration performing the “Peng Qi Guan Ding Fa” (Lift Qi Up Pour Qi Down Method) led by Zhang Laoshi. Due to the allotted time slot of 10min for this first segment, the whole movement of Peng Qi Guan Ding Fa were speed up and completed in less than 10min against the usual 30min duration.

At 08:00am, the programme took a break and make way for the Bulletin Utama in Studio A. The second segment will commence after the news at 09:00am. Everyone adjourned at Sri Pentas cafeteria on the ground floor for breakfast. By 08:45am everyone gather and in position for the second segment. In this segment, they perform the “Chen Qi” for about 12 min follow by “Zhuan Yao Shuan Kua Qi Gui Tian” (Waist and Pelvis Movements). During this segment, host Zulkifli Abd Jalil interview Chairman Liow Kim Heng Laoshi of Persatuan Senaman Zhineng Qigong Malaysia on qigong and it’s benefits.

The second segment ended at 09:15am and everyone left Sri Pentas  feeling satisfied being able to promote this healhty form of exercise to all Malaysian.

Anyone interested to learn this form of exercise, can contact us here.


About zhinengqigongmalaysia
Persatuan Senaman Zhineng Qigong Malaysia is a non-profit making society registered under the Society Act 1966 and became operational on 26th Apr. 1995. Its aim is to help all Malaysian to attain better health and live a longer, richer, meaningful and more rewarding life. We already have 14 branches in Wilayah Persekutuan, Selangor an dSabah. The society’s activities are open to all Malaysian regardless of race or religion.

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