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Feel the chi

Feel the chi

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RICK VALENZUELA

A man practises tai chi early Tuesday morning at Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh. The low-impact exercise is said to strengthen and stretch muscles, relax the mind and improve balance, among other things. Each morning, hundreds of people converge on Olympic Stadium to begin their day with a variety of different exercise routines, from yoga and tai chi to walking and jogging.

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