Shaolin Culture Center Staff

Yung Chi Chung, Shaolin Master

Master Chung is the main teacher here in Chinese Martial Art Entertainment and Institute, and he is the master of ancient Shaolin Martial Arts including Kung Fu, Tai Chi, Chi Kung, and more.  He is also teaching in local bay area colleges about Chi and the essences of it, and he also appears on local TV channel in a weekly show that teaches basic Chi Kung to the general public.  His credentials speak for themselves, and various prestige newspapers (e.g. Tsin Tao Daily) and magazines also have spoken about him and his excellent martial art teachings.  Grandmaster Chung is famous around Chinese people who practice ancient Shaolin Martial Arts, and also well known to people who actively participate in annual martial art competition.  C.M.A.E.I. is the best martial art school in the Northern California, and have earned many awards in teachings, martial art competitions, and more.  Grandmaster Chung can be said as one of the best martial art master exist in the world.  If you want to learn martial art, why not learn from the best?  Just take a look at Master Chung’s credential below, compare them with other martial art teachers.  I am sure these credentials are not something your everyday karate, Tai Kwan Do, or Judo sensei has.

  • 31st Generation of Shaolin Temple, completed master training in Kung Fu, Chi Kung, and Tai Chi; and various trainings in other fields as well.  If Shaolin Temple gives PhD, then he would have one with his trainings.
  • Former head of martial art coach for Education Department of the Republic of China
  • Martial Art Coach in Fu-Hsing Chi Kung Training Center in Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Won championship at 1992 Oversea martial art tournament sponsored by the Republic of China
  • Listed as one of the top 10 martial art experts in the WORLD by the International Martial Committee
  • Won award for top 10 martial art experts in the world
  • Former head martial art coach for the Overseas Chinese Youth Group, a big and famous organization founded by R.O.C.
  • Head Martial Art Instructor and Director in Feng-Chen-Tang Kung Fu Studio in Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Founder and leader of Halley Kung Fu Stunt Troupe, he was also the performer and stunt man.
  • Current Head Master of C.M.A.E.I. teaching Kung Fu, Tai Chi, Chi Kung, and more.
  • Won championship at 1995 International Cup Martial Art Competition for skills on staff weapon and side weapon.
  • Won 1st Place at Oversea Cup championship Competition at 1993 for martial art skills and side weapon.
  •  Won 1st Place at Oversea Cup championship Competition at 1992 for martial art skills and long weapon.
  • Won 1st Place at Oversea Cup championship Competition at 1991 for martial art skills and side weapon.
  • Won 1st place at World Cup Martial Art Tournament at 1989 for staff weapon skill.
  • Won 1st place at World Cup Martial Art Tournament at 1987 for staff weapon skill and martial art skills.
  • At 2000, hired as chairman of the 2000 International Cup Martial Art Competition
  • At 1999, hired by KTSF TV channel 26 to teach Chi Kung to general public on weekly basis
  • At 1998, hired by Clinical Psychology Research University at Palo Alto as professor to teach Chi Kung to graduate students.
  • At 1998, hired as chairman of International Cup Martial Art Competition
  • At 1997, hired as chairman of International Cup Martial Art Competition
  • At 1996, hired as chairman of International Cup Martial Art Competition
  • At 1995, Master Chung was listed by the Chinese Yellow Page as one of the ten most respected and most accomplished Chinese in Northern California.
  • At 1994, Master Chung was listed by the Chinese Yellow Page as one of the ten most respected and most accomplished Chinese in Southern California.
  • At 1993, World Journal News Paper posted a special article on Master Chung and his excellent Kung Fu teaching.
  • At 1992, Master Chung was hired as Martial Art Director for the Hollywood hit movie – “Ninja Kids”.
  • At 1991, KTSF TV Channel 66 interviewed Master Chung live on air about martial arts and his school
  • At 1988, Los Angeles TV Channel 10 interviewed Master Chung about martial arts

 Awards:

  • 1991-1992 Overseas Martial Arts Championship Champion of Famous Masters Exhibition
  • Voted Top 10 Martial Art Masters in the World-4th World Cup
  • Received Asian American Outstanding Service and Contribution Award from American Asian Federation


Diana, Event Directior

Diana was a professional acrobat performer in Taiwan with Master Chung and by 1987; the “Three Principles Alliance Federation” invited them for performances in San Francisco. Popularity rapidly grew and they started the “Chinese Martial Art Entertainment Institute C.M.A.E.I” in the Bay Area. She coordinated and managed events such as with “Sony____” in 1999, “Chevrolet_____” in 1999, Bohimelclap Men’s Club in East Bay Russian River where C.M.A.E.I was the only group performance from Asia.  By 2001, She managed a performance at the financial district for an annual event in San Diego, Texas Casino “” for the Lunar year and Iowa, Kick Boxing warm up show events etc. SLCC has various performance opportunities, and as an event director, she developed SLCC in to a well-known Kung Fu academy and performing organization. Currently, she is coordinating numbers of county fairs and trains students as the main goal at SLCC.

 

Mischa Wang, Culture Program Coordinator/Mandarin Program Instructor 

Born in Taipei, Taiwan and raised in Bangkok, Thailand for 15 years. She is four-lingual in Mandarin, Thai, English and Japanese with tri-cultural education and has excellent depth in the Asian and American societies. She learned her Chinese from Bangkok, a private after school program, and English at an International school mixed with different cultures and languages. Therefore, her experiences in her multi-culture background led her to understand the difficulties and solving methods of learning a different language in a second country. Mischa received her BA degree in Japanese Studies and Hospitality Management from the University of San Francisco. Following her undergraduate degree, she continued her Masters degree with a focus on Asian Pacific Studies including Asian education, history, economic and culture. She loves children and has a very passionate heart in the education industry since 2007 from her experience in teaching the elementary school at Seoul, Korea. Mischa is thrilled and excited to combine all of her unique academic, cultural background, and life experiences to create a model education program dedicated to bringing out the best in every child.

 

Cooper Silvestre, Martial Arts Instructor  

Coach Silvestre started his martial art training in 2004. Coach Silvestre is specialized in self-defense techniques and hand forms, his skills make him a great addition to our school.