|Full Name||Yick Yu|
|Nickname(s)||Yu the disorganized (by Mr.Raditch)|
|Family|| Unnamed Parents|
|Relationships||Tessa Campanelli (Ex-Girlfriend)|
|School(s)||Degrassi Junior High|
|First Episode||Kiss Me Steph (DJH-1.01)|
|Last Episode||When Doves Cry (1) (DTNG-2.01)|
|Portrayed By||Siluck Saysanasy|
Degrassi Season 1-3Yick has been a student at Degrassi from his grade 7 year to his grade 10 year. He was best friends with Arthur Kobalewsky. He believed that Mr. Raditch was prejudiced to him, but he soon found out that he had no problem with him. He had a problem with Arthur being rich when they were in their grade 8 year. He wanted to go out with Melanie Brodie but she wanted to go out with Archie Simpson instead. Their friendship ended when Yick discovered Melanie had lied to him and gone to the 'boy' movie instead of the 'girl' move.
Degrassi Season 4-5
In high school, he started doing drugs with Luke Cassellis, and was drinking a lot as well. His friendship with Arthur ended, and he started hanging out with the other drug users of Degrassi. He and Arthur became friends again when they had a night of playing poker with Joey Jeremiah and Luke. Tessa Campinelli dumped Alex Yankou to go out with him as well. They stayed together when Degrassi was shut down, but broke up during the summer before their grade 11 year.
Degrassi: The Next Generation
Yick returned to Degrassi in 2001, to be a part of the reunion of all Degrassi students, when the school reopened. Yick also made a brief return (about half a second) in the season 2 opener in When Doves Cry (1) he is seen at Spike's birthday party cooking and shaking hands with Joey, an old friend.
Influences on Next Generation
- Spinner Mason went to Degrassi from 2001-2007 was jealous of his best friend Jimmy Brooks because of his wealth, just like Yick was jealous when Arthur Kobalewsky became suddenly rich.
- Derek Haig, went to Degrassi 2005 - 2009 was picked on by Mr. Perino just like Yick was picked on by Mr. Raditch.
- The friendship between Yick and Arthur was similar to that of J.T. Yorke and Toby Isaacs.