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10/2020 COVID 19 STATUS

Cupertino Kung-fu Club facilities, which is owned by the City of Cupertino, will remain closed through the end of 2020. We have implemented weekday virtual classes (using Zoom) and outside Covid safe classes that have proper spacing, limited attendees, and no-touch techniques. We are doing this in shaded areas at Monta Vista Park.
We appreciate all the patience and support of our current members and welcome new ones who want to try our program virtually and/or in person. Outside classes are currently only on Sundays 4pm and 5pm. Virtual classes on Zoom are Tuesday, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
We hope in 2021, the City will allow us to open indoor, in-person training, but until then let's do our best to keep a positive attitude and train together as a lifestyle choice.
Anyone interested in starting your training now, private classes (in-person or virtually), please contact Coach Jan-Yu.

1/11-13, 2019

Cupertino Kung-fu Club proudly hosts this year's Team USA mini-camp. This weekend featured several standing national champions and Team USA members working out together with future athletes. It was a great weekend of sharing and learning. We even got a visit by Cupertino council member and former Mayor Darcy Paul to award several city recognition awards for their accomplishments in the recent International 2018 Boading International in China. 


July 2018

The Cupertino Kung-fu Club proudly helped co-sponsor the TCAAT Shuaijiao event this year at San Jose State University. Our students also performed well taking home many medals. Thank-you to all the parents and volunteers and the support of our students.



Aaron Wong and Emeric Chen successfully pass 2nd Degree Black Belt. Congratulations to our long time Club members who were promoted by Dr. Chi-hsiu Weng. Emeric coaches at the Club whereas Aaron who has been training at the club since he was 8 years old has recently graduated from UC Santa Cruz and will be moving to Seattle, Washington to take on a job at Microsoft and continue his teaching and training in the Seattle area.


The Cupertino Kung-fu Club was one of the sponsors for this year’s 29th TCAAT Shuai-chiao tournament held at San Jose State University.

Many competitors came from all over to compete in this year’s event where many of our own club members participated. Our own Emeric Chen was the Tournament Director and did ane excellent job running a smooth and professional tournament.

Many of our children participated in the tournament and most medaled in the top 3. Whereas we had some of our teenagers compete in the adult divisions and did very well. Special congratulations go out to Tom Shih (15 years old) as well as our first >40 year old competitor Dr. Chien Liu who placed 3rd in his division.

For more information, you can also go to the USAShuaijiao facebook site or


European National Tournament, Milano, Italy

Great Lakes National Championships


End of the year, Coach's Banquet

European National Tournament, Milano, Italy

TCAAT 2012 Results

Great Lakes National Championships


Double Tenth Performance

TCAAT 2011 Results

Great Lakes National Championships

10/10/10: Club performs in Double Ten Celebration

There will be two full adult teams male/females to this tournament. Priority will be given to 2012 National Champions from Cleveland from order of medals. The organizing committee will be sponsoring the team while in China. This includes local transportation, food, housing. Regardless of whether you placed in the nationals, if you are interested, please contact us to express your interest. The coordinator for this event is Jan-Yu Weng, at

Read more and see pictures here.

10/1/10 : New Adult Kung-fu Class Opens on Friday.

Contact Coach Jan-Yu for more information.

5/16/2010: Club Promotions

Several students tested for their next belt test. Special congratulations to Emeric Chen who was promoted to 9th Teng (1st Degree Black Belt).

4/24/2010: National Championship in Cleveland, OH.

The United States Shuai-chiao Association National Championship was held at the beautiful Case University Campus in Cleveland, OH. The Club was proud that this year's National Champion in the 180lb Men's class was our own, Emeric Chen. Also in the heavyweight Teenager weight class, Corey Wong took 2nd Place. Next tournament is Sept. 4 in Las Vegas, see Coach Jan-Yu for more information.

1/24/2010: San Diego Regional Kung-fu Tournament

The Cupertino Kung-fu Club sent several students to the regional tournament sponsored by International Martial Arts Championship. The Shuai-chiao division was run by a team of United States Shuai-chiao Association Black belts.