Chin Yang at the time of his promotion to Sensei.
|Title||Master Chin Yang|
|Level||Master Novice (?)|
|Location||Buried in the Hochstadt Sanctuary|
|Occupation||(Former) Sensei of Ninjas|
|Interests||Reorganizing the belt system|
|Friends||Ninjas, Hokkaido Master|
|Enemies||Card Jitsu Traditionalists, Bandits|
Chin Yang Hochstadt was the seventieth Sensei. He is also the ancestor of Swiss Ninja.
After Hokkaido Master died, Chin Yang became the new master. He was unexperienced, (only a red belt) and damaged the Dojo in his first attempt at training new students. Much information was lost, and this made a great gaping hole in the Dojo archives. Information about Hokkaido and The Three Masters was found in the basements of the Dojo in 1990. Later, the USA government and Swiss Ninja separately recovered information on this Sensei.
 Early life
Chin Yang was the son of the famous explorer Pengo Pollo and was born as Arthur Hochstadt in 1815 what is now Freezeland. Pengo Pollo made Chin Yang start training with the Hokkaido Master in 1828 when he was 13 years old. He trained for many more years until his master died. He was only a red belt when this happened. He damaged the Dojo because of inexperience, and ran away into the forest to train harder.
After learning and mastering the art of Card Jitsu, He went off to teach it to penguins around the Antartcic. He never had an official school building, but he taught penguins in their own igloos. Strangely enough, he changed the original belt ranking system to a much shorter belt ranking system to get to a ninja. Here it is:
- Rank 1: White Belt- All brand New Penguins already start with a white belt
- Rank 2: Yellow Belt
- Rank 3: Green Belt
- Rank 4: Brown Belt
- Rank 5: Black Belt
- Rank 6: Ninja
His way of belt ranking was looked upon as strange in those days. However, many penguins liked it, and many became ninjas very quickly. However, he eventually regretted his decision and later abandoned it in favor of the old system. One day, he had realized that he must find a successor to keep on training ninjas. However, he fell in love with a beautiful penguin. They had two chicks that they named Tsoi and Li, who became two of The Five Senseis. Chin Yang chose them as his successors. He trained them greatly, and passed on the traditions of the Ninja.
One day, Chin Yang got sick, and sadly died in the dojo with his sons at his side. His followers buried him in the Hochstadt Sanctuary and made a statue of him in his honor. For three months, ninjas mourned for him until his sons decided to begin training ninjas again.
- At the time, many ninjas thought that it was wrong for Chin Yang to change the belt system.
- Chin realized that the new belt system was a failure and resorted back to the old system a year before he died.
 See Also
|The Position of
Sensei of Ninjas,
as held by Chin Yang
| Succeeded by|
The Five Senseis