Since 1971  Upcoming Tournament on June 22, 2019

Wong People Kung Fu Association

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Monday–Sunday, 10 a.m.–10 p.m.
Kung Fu Lessons

Kung Fu Lessons

Kung Fu Classes (Adults)

  • Sunday: 10:30 AM (Chinatown Cultural Community Center, 616 H Street NW, Washington, DC 20001)
  • Tuesday: 8 PM (Chinatown Cultural Community Center, 616 H Street NW 2nd Floor, Washington, DC 20001)

Children’s Kung Fu Classes

The class is based on mental discipline—teaching children how to mentally focus and learn.

  • Sunday: 12 Noon (Chinatown Cultural Community Center, 616 H Street NW 2nd Floor, Washington, DC 20001)
  • Tuesday: 7 PM (Chinatown Cultural Community Center, 616 H Street NW 2nd Floor, Washington, DC 20001)

Everybody Should Learn Kung Fu Because:

So much of what we do on a daily basis rely solely on how well our body and mind integrate and work together. That mind-body connection is essential to the efficiency and effectiveness on how we make decisions on what to do. Whether the actions are trivial or life-threatening, our ability to act or react depends on how well the mind and body work together.

Kung Fu is a system of self-defense that operates on the universal principles of balance and harmony with the environment. The physical and mental training regimen balances the mind and body to work efficiently together achieving self-defense through adapting and harmonizing with the surroundings.

Kung Fu is presented and taught in two general ways, traditional and commercial. Traditional Kung Fu is where achieving self-defense requires one to practice and develop self-control, self-discipline, humility, perseverance, good work ethic and the ability to seek understanding of self and surroundings. Commercial Kung Fu is the most popular and widespread type. Commercial Kung Fu is a scaled down version based on the dramatizing of entertainment and sports, where the element of action, excitement, and idolization are sold to consumers who are seeking to satisfy their emotional need for self-importance.

The Wong People Kung Fu Association's instructional program operates on a carefully balanced curriculum to constantly maintain the integrity and quality of the art. The Wong People accepts students of all backgrounds and skill levels, regardless of age or physical condition. Practicing Kung Fu will improve everyone's system of mind and body. The benefit of Kung Fu training is useful and practical for everybody because Kung Fu keeps the mind sharp, in tune with the body and the surroundings. This allows one to be positioned to make effective daily decisions in any situation whether trivial or catastrophic. For Kung Fu classes, call (202) 599-9000 or rwkungfu@aol.com.