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Stefan Verstappen

Special Guest

Biography:

Stefan H. Verstappen is a writer, world traveler, artist, martial arts expert, and street youth counselor. He has lived and traveled throughout China and East Asia. While in Asia he studied oriental art, culture, and Kung Fu. Verstappen is a master of the Lohan School of martial arts and one of the few westerners to have lived and studied Kung Fu in China. Stefan is a member of the Canadian Society in China and also worked as Chairperson for the City of Vaughan, International Economic Development Committee, in charge of facilitating the 'Twin Cities' partnerships with cities in Japan and China.

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Psychopaths

Host Richard Syrett welcomed writer, adventurer, martial artist, and street youth counselor, Stefan Verstappen, for a discussion on the dangerous nature of psychopaths. During the first hour, engineer and science writer, William Beaty, talked about the rare phenomenon of "electric humans" -- people who can use their minds to control electricity. ... More »

Host: Richard Syrett
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