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Lee-Ming Chinese School - Chinese YoYo Club

Lee-Ming Chinese Yo-Yo Club

Lee-Ming Youth Chinese Yo-Yo Club

Join the Lee-Ming Cultural Association's Yo-Yo Club, LMYCYC!

Chinese yo-yo, also known as a diabolo, is an enjoyable activity as well as a type of gymnastic exercise. Playing with a simple pull-bell contributes to a physical agility, and from its many variations come unlimited possibilities for enjoyment.  Not only can it develop one’s muscles, but also enhance breathing and increase circulation.  It has a wholesome effect on the growth and development of children and health.

Have fun while learning with this wonderful "toy" used for generations by kids and professionals alike!

Lee-Ming Youth Chinese Yo-Yo Club teaches basic to advanced skills to all levels. Learn traditional maneuvers and create new ones, working alone and in groups. The Lee-Ming Chinese Yo-Yo club performs at Lee-Ming School and Cultural Association events and is often asked to perform at other cultural events in the area.

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All ages from 8 and up are welcome !

Yo-Yos can be purchased from school office. 

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Class sizes may be limited.

Class meets every Sunday from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m on the same days that regular language classes are in session.

Classes begin Sunday, September 11, 2016.

  • Semester fee - $65.00 per 12 week semester
  • Duration: 12 weeks

Classes may be held outdoors, weather permitting or in an assigned classroom.

For more information, contact the school at leemingschool@yahoo.com

Our Instructor

Andrew CHiang performs a Double Diabolo trick at the International Spring Festival in Lansdale, PA

Andrew Chiang has been Teaching and performing with the diabolo (Chinese yo-yo) at Lee-Ming Chinese School and at other Chinese and International cultural events in and around the Philadelphia, Montomery, and Bucks County area, as well at at the annual conferences of the Eastern Division of the Association of Chinese Schools.

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