Sifu and Instructors



Since Chris was a small child he always loved going to Chinatown and watching the lion dances during Chinese New Year. He always had a strong passion for lion dance and kung fu and ultimately he found himself on a lifelong journey with martial arts. He began kung fu at the age of 5 learning Praying Mantis style. Years later, he would start learning under Grandmaster Winchell Woo for more than a decade and was a key member of the school and the performance team. He decided to open and manage this academy in Quincy with the help of his kung fu family. He hopes that his attention to detail and his love for art will help his students grow and become not only well-rounded martial artists but also well-rounded people in their daily lives. Chris' goal is to make a lasting kung fu school to continue to share and spread our teachings, promote Chinese culture and traditions, and support the community.

FUN FACT: Chris' full-time job is serving the public at BIDMC as a Pharmacist and used to play badminton competitively!


Kenrick began his martial arts training with Tae Kwan Do. After some time he was looking for something more and found Grandmaster Woo and has been learning under Grandmaster Woo for many years. Kenrick was a fast learner and excelled quickly through the curriculum. He soon became a passionate lion dancer and has now become the head lion dancer and instructor for the school. Becoming well-versed in both kung fu and lion dancing he is the a main leader of the school. Kenrick is seeking to help and improve each and every single student as much as he can.

FUN FACT: Kenrick is a passionate Jazz pianist and artist. Click here to check him out!


Kenny initally joined the school solely wanting to learn martial arts but as time went on and he felt more part of the family he opened to learning anything the school offered. He wanted to become a key member of the school and he has. His effort to become better student and seek for constant improvement is insurmountable. His dedication to teach the children at the school is evident and he only wants the best for them. Kenny has grown since the first day he walked in the school and has become a crucial member as an Assistant Instructor and performance team member. Kenny seeks to help all the students grow and be a strong leader for the school.

FUN FACT: If you ever get the chance to eat with out school you will realize that Kenny is a blackhole and you will wonder where all the food goes and where it went!


At a young age, Chris learned lion dance and kung fu very fast and his passion grew with it. His strong passion has ended allowed him to become a skillful martial artist and lion dancer. Chris seeks to passes along this same passion to each and every student he teaches in hopes to create even stronger students. Always making a willing effort to help out the school, he embodies the spirit and teaching of the school, proving time and time again to be a role model for the students at the school.

FUN FACT: Chris Huynh is called "Little Chris" because at one point there was so many people named Chris at our school we had to differentiate them and Chris was the littlest out of all of them. Now he's not so little and actually getting too tall to lion dance!


Evan has always had a passion for lion dancing since he was a young child. He came to the school looking to learn lion dance many years ago and has found a home at our school to where he can continue persuing his lion dance passion. Evan has become an intricate part of the performance team and the school and sought to promote the art and always finds a way to encourage his students and fellow team members.

FUN FACT: Even is currently serving in the National Guard; we thank you for your service.

Sifu Chris doing a Chi Gong demonstration by bending a spear with his throat.

Head Instructor Kenrick and Assistant Instructor Evan enjoying some time under the lion head.

Assistant Instructor Little Chris posing with some of the students during CNY Parade.

Assistant Instructor Kenny enjoying sometime out of the lion and watching the performances.