Yesterday I posted a blog about poet and life-long t’ai chi practitioner Li-Young Lee, who spoke about “Dustless action”. Having received a few (often puzzled) emails from readers on this phrase, I sought further perspectives from my friend Tony Brown, a writer, artist, musical director and t’ai chi practitioner/instructor. With his permission, I reproduce his thoughts, below:
- RT @HowlRound: The first multilingual, intercultural, Deaf & disabled-led theatre project created between the U.K. & Singapore: "And Sudden… 5 hours ago
- RT @SICK_the_play: People still being found fit for work when they're not. Verbatim play about claiming ESA buff.ly/2KFXaMf. Real… 6 hours ago
- RT @viktxria: Wishing @kaiteoreilly and The Singapore ‘d’ Monologues team all the best for their final show tonight! Congratulations for ha… 17 hours ago
- RT @ucccreates: Would you look at our gorgeous new sign outside @TheatreUCC shining in the sun. Our NEW MA in THEATRE & PERFORMATIVE PRACTI… 1 day ago
- RT @joverrent: I’m so excited too! Having watched rehearsals and seen the work with a schools audience I know it’s going to have real long… 2 days ago
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