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United Chinese Association of Brooklyn
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Art

Art / Drawing

Instructor: Mr. T. Ming Luong

Schedule: Every Sunday 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Eligibility Requirements: 6 years or older (The instructor may grant exception to younger students depending on their talents and concentration)


The Art Class will introduce students to the latest drawing techniques and styles. The instructor has over ten years of experience, instructing students to learn basic techniques to eventually develop his/her own individual style. Through fundamentals such as oil painting, sketching, and paper cutting, the students can expand their skills to a wide range of artistic design. Through simple, tools and materials, the goal of the class is to inspire the student’s innovation of new techniques.


Contact: 718-232-0055 (office hours)
Address: 78 Quentin Road, Brooklyn, NY 11223



Chinese

Chinese (Mandarin)

Instructor: Ms. Hui Lun He

Schedule: Every Sunday

Class A (Beginner)          1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Class B (Intermediate)     3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Eligibility Requirements: 6 years or older (The instructor may grant exception to younger students depending on their talents and concentration)

Note: Uses simplified Chinese

This Chinese Class for elementary and middle school students. The classes focus on speaking, listening, reading, and writing, including Pinyin. Our Chinese class is both strict yet creative, covering basic Chinese grammar, conversation, and writing skills. Preparing children to learn Chinese at a young age will help them to prepare for the future demand of bilinguals in society, providing them with more opportunities over kids who only know English.

Contact: 718-232-0055 (office hour)
Address: 78 Quentin Road, Brooklyn, NY 11223


Karate

Karate

Instructor: Master Pui-Sing Yung

Schedule: Every Saturday

Class A (Beginner)        12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Class B (Intermediate)    3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Eligibility Requirements: 6 years or older

Notes: Students must purchase their uniforms from the instructor.  Students with no previous karate experience will be placed in the beginner class.


Karate can improve a student’s physical and mental health as well as helping them improve their academic performance by raising their level of energy, confidence, focus, and self-control.  Every time a student learns a new technique, their self-confidence will increase.  The lessons will focus on teaching the students self-defense and will be reminded throughout the lessons to be courteous and respectful towards others and themselves.  Our instructor expects the students understand their own ability better through learning karate and that the students will aspire to raise their own expectation of themselves and set up goals to obtain higher belts.  The instructor will maintain strict discipline within the class and are expected to achieve a professional sportsmanship standard in class and respect their parents and teachers at home.


Phone: 718-232-0055 (Office Hour)
Address: 78 Quentin Road, Brooklyn, NY 11223



Lion Dance

Other Youth Activities

> SAT
> Lion Dance
> Basketball Clinic

Our youth development program offers extra curriculum classes and activities to diversify their interest and knowledge beyond regular school academic courses. These classes and activities include weekend enrichment classes of: Chinese, art, karate and SAT.  We also sponsor a lion dance team and a high school and college internship and volunteer program to provide structured activities for students. Our student volunteer program enrolls 15 high school and college volunteers. We induce them with effective communication skill as well as educate them the importance of civil engagement, such as: voting and census participation. Through voter registration drives, phone banking and door knocking, we open up students’ conversational obstacle to canvass voters to engage voting as well as building their team work spirit.



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