GOSU Institute of Chinese Martial Arts

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GOSU Institute of Chinese Martial Arts

Modern Wushu and Traditional Kung Fu

About GOSU

GOSU Martial arts was founded by Coach Ching-Yin "Bee" Lee in 2011. Coach Ching-Yin Lee has been training in Kung Fu since 1993 and Tai Chi Chuan since 1994. He is a two time US Wushu National Team Member and has been a Professional Coach since 2002. He has trained with Lu Xiao Lin and Dr. Sims at O-Mei Wushu Center, He Qiang and Chen Yang Ping (both two time National China Champions in Nanquan or Southern Fist) in Guangdong, China, and coach Herb Martin (Assistant Coach for 2008 US Olympic Boxing Team) at Enigma Boxing Gym. Trained with Dr. Lee at Fu Ying Quan She Tai Chi Club.

Location and Training

GOSU Martial Arts will offer instruction in Modern Wushu and Traditional Kung Fu. The program includes stretching, punching, kicking, stances, calisthenics, and agility drills that will create a full body exercise. We also instruct in kickboxing and weapons training for intermediate level athletes.

NOTE: There will be changes in schedule for the month of February. See table below for details:

Day & Time Class Location
Monday: 6-7pm Beginner Class Claret Hall
6020 Daylong Ln. Clarksville, MD ;
1 mile from the Meeting Room
Monday: 7-8pm Intermediate Class Claret Hall
6020 Daylong Ln. Clarksville, MD ;
1 mile from the Meeting Room
Monday: 8-9pm Advanced Class Claret Hall
6020 Daylong Ln. Clarksville, MD ;
1 mile from the Meeting Room
Saturday: 4-5pm All Levels Class High Point High School (Hope Chinese School, College Park Campus)
3601 Powder Mill Rd, Beltsville, MD 20705
Saturday: 6-9pm
NOTE:  Sunday, Feb. 11th class is 6:30-9:30pm
All Levels Class Hwarang Martial Arts *New location*
9017 Mendenhall Ct. [Suite C], Columbia, MD 21045
Sunday: 11am-2pm All Levels Class Howard Community College (Howard County Chinese School, Columbia Campus)
10901 Little Patuxent Pkwy, Columbia, MD 21044
Sunday: 3:30-4:30pm All Levels Class Walter Johnson High School (Hope Chinese School Bethesda Campus)
6400 Rock Spring Dr, Bethesda, MD 20814


I have known Ching-Yin as a respected competitor, a friend and fellow avid martial artist for over 12 years back when he competed on Coach Lu Xiaolin's O-Mei Wushu Team as a Nanquan specialist. His deep knowledge of Chinese martial arts particularly the southern Chinese styles is very hard to find in the United States. He has a detailed approach to his practice and a great appreciation for all of the aspects of martial training. I strongly recommend people interested in furthering their martial arts studies to train with him.

Matt Wong Orange County Wushu Association Coach,International Wushu Federation (IWUF) Judge

In the near decade that I have known Ching-Yin Lee, I have seen him demonstrate time and time again a great dedication to Chinese martial arts aesthetics and application. There are very few martial arts practitioners and coaches out there today who have as diverse and as strong an understanding of the fundamentals of Chinese martial arts as Ching-Yin. He works hard as an athlete, and as a coach, he makes his students work hard to achieve their true martial arts potential, whether that potential be in contemporary wushu or in sanshou kickboxing. Ching-Yin uses his knowledge to make strong, smart, and spirited athletes.

Cameron Mozafari IWUF Judge, Former Coach of Terp Wushu Club, Coach of UMBC Wushu Club

Master Ching-Yin Lee of GOSU Chinese Martial Arts is one of the knowledgeable and well rounded martial artists in the US. From Chinese Kungfu, to full contact fighting and internal (soft) Chinese arts including Taiji and Xingyi- Master Ching-Yin Lee is a true martial artist that talks the talk and walks the walk. He is very dedicated to giving the best instruction to his students. Consider yourself fortunate to have found him, you have found the best.

Lucas Geller US Wushu Team Member & Pan American Wushu Games Silver Medalist, Head Coach of Chinese Martial Arts Academy

Ching-Yin Lee really helped me in many ways to catapult my Wushu career. He not only helped me technically but also offered support in many other ways to aid my journey; such as psychological, physical and inspirational support. His technical expertise along with great people skills is a real asset that could help others along a similar journey to Wushu stardom. I am grateful for the amount of support I received from Ching-Yin even after my Wushu career ended to this day and would recommend his knowledge and skills to anyone. Keep up the great work.

Nathan Lam Canadian Wushu Team Member, Pan American Wushu Games Gold Medalist, World Wushu Championships Finalist, Head Coach of Wushu Hero Martial Arts School

I first met Ching-Yin in 2004 at the University of Maryland Terp Wushu Club, where he served as the Head Coach, and since then he has been a great teacher, teammate, competitor, and friend. While Ching-Yin is a very accomplished martial artist and athlete, he is even more impressive as a teacher. His best qualities as an athlete, his strong fundamentals, clean technique, creativity and work ethic, have transferred very well to teaching. It will be difficult to find a more dedicated and knowledgeable teacher than Ching-Yin, and I have personally benefited greatly from his teachings.

Jason Liu Three-Time US Wushu Team Member & World Wushu Championship Gold Medalist, Former Head Coach of Terp Wushu Club, Coach of UMBC Wushu Club

Contact Us

Phone: 240.678.3854

Email: gosumartialarts@gmail.com