Welcome to the NYIG Youtube Channel, a production of the New York Institute of Go. New York Institute of Go was established in 2016. One-Dan Professionals Stephanie Yin and Ryan Li founded the New York Institute of Go to teach and spread the great game of Go in North America. Our goal is to communicate and prolong Go Spirit and Go Philosophy. Join us as we bring you lecture videos and the Life & Death series to help you improve on Go.
The NYIG_Go Cast
Teachers: Stephanie Yin (1P), Ryan Li (1P)
Executive Producer, Director: Allen Moy
Also check out our blog posts for upcoming videos to our channel!
New York Go Expo and School Invitational
The 2018 New York Go Expo will be a two-day event, held on Feb 17-18 in Lower Manhattan (2Fl, 40 Rector St, New York). Register for the 2018 New York Go Expo to guarantee a simultaneous game with a player of at least 7 dan strength!
The 2018 New York Go Expo
The 2018 New York Go Expo, a festival of the ancient game of Go, is aimed at both Go players and the general public. Aside from the invited team tournament, the Expo will emphasize creativity and collaboration, especially when Go is tied seamlessly with education. Our goal is to pair all interested attendees in a simultaneous game with a strong Go player.
The Expo is free to the general public. A repertoire of events revolved around Go will be held, from beginner to advanced, and encourage students of all ages to attend. We’d like to see our participants learn, share, and advance, in and outside of Go.
The 1st Dreamworks School Invitational
Since 2016, Stephanie Yin 1p has been actively promoting Go in elementary, middle, high schools, and language schools in New York. Now there are already several student groups that are eager to start or maintain their own Go clubs. Her dedication on promoting Go crossed paths with Yu-e Liao. Yu-e is sponsoring this tournament and wishes to provide an opportunity for the younger generation for youth players in New York to meet current students in esteemed universities such as in the Ivy League Schools. Yu-e wishes that participants can learn, share experience, and improve, in and outside of Go. Yu-e also encourages Go to be introduced into children’s studies.