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. URL: youtube.com/nyig_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!
The New York Go Association, founded in 2016, is a non-profit charitable organization 501(c)(3) dedicated to prolong Go in New York through sponsoring activities such as tournaments, workshops, social events, and clubs.
Stephanie Yin (Mingming, Chinese Transcription: 殷明明) is the founder and president of New York Institute of Go (NYIG). Stephanie is 1 dan professional Go player in American Go Association and Chinese Weiqi Association. She became professional in 2007 and won multiple tournaments in the US since 2010. As an experienced Go teacher, Stephanie is fluent in both English and Chinese. Since the founding of NYIG, Stephanie has been invited to multiple international Go events including US Go Congress. In May 2017, Stephanie attended the "Future of Go Summit" in China as a main commentator of the Google team DeepMind.
Vice President, Professional Go Player
Ryan became professional in the 3rd AGA professional qualification tournament. He represented North America in numerous occasions, including IMSA (International Mind Sport Association) Elite Mind Games, Samsung Cup, and Mlily World Go Open. In the 3rd Mlily World Go Open, Ryan defeated world champion Chen Yaoye 9p to advance to the final 16 players. Ryan is current PhD student at Yale University studying earth science. Ryan is an influencer and instructor at Yale University Go Club in 2017 and University of Toronto since 2011. He has also begun to teach at the annual US Go Congress.