The northern branch of the Chow Kwoon Yarn Yee Tong Kung Fu Academy was opened by Sifu Quyen Luong in 1995. Today over fifty students of all ages are instructed in the Chow Ka style of kung fu, weaponry, chi kung and lion dance. Students are also trained to perform kung fu and lion dance demonstrations for Chinese New Year and other important events.
The academy is named after the very first school established by the five Chow brothers, who created the Chow Ka style of kung fu. The school was named Chow Kwoon (Chow School), Yarn (kindness) Yee (honour) Tong (branch). The first Chow Kwoon Yarn Yee was built upon the ideals of kindness and righteousness, and these are ideals upheld in the academy both through our attitude towards training and to our conduct in everyday life.
The academy’s emblem is based on the official Chow Ka emblem, featuring the five petal plum blossom (the Chinese national flower) and the crossed double swords.
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