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    Hello to everyone out there in Kenpo Land. I'm in the initial stages of compiling information on a book I plan on writing about the history of modern-day Kenpo in Canada. If anyone has any authentic info about this subject please feel free to post or contact me at rs_farmer@hotmail.com. This will not be exclusive to EPAK or any other system, just kenpo in general. Please don't send the "my instrutor says" type of info because I will be cross referencing this with info already in my posession and info of that sort is difficult to verify. I mean no offense to anyone or their teachers who do follow/teach the history of our art. I am trying to dispel a lot of rumours/myths/legends/misinformation/lies for the next generation of kenpoists in Canada. I have no axes to grind with anyone. I just love kenpo and would like to see a book/manual out there that wasn't out there when I started, to answer questions for the next generation. I realize I may be biting off more than I can chew, but I would still like to do this. Kenpo deserves it, as I'm sure you would all agree. Thank you.

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    Default Re: Kenpo History in Canada

    Would that be Kenpo KaratEH ?????


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty
    I'm in the initial stages of compiling information on a book I plan on writing about the history of modern-day Kenpo in Canada. If anyone has any authentic info about this subject please feel free to post or contact me at rs_farmer@hotmail.com. This will not be exclusive to EPAK or any other system, just kenpo in general. Please don't send the "my instrutor says" type of info because I will be cross referencing this with info already in my posession and info of that sort is difficult to verify. I mean no offense to anyone or their teachers who do follow/teach the history of our art. I am trying to dispel a lot of rumours/myths/legends/misinformation/lies for the next generation of kenpoists in Canada. I have no axes to grind with anyone. I just love kenpo and would like to see a book/manual out there that wasn't out there when I started, to answer questions for the next generation. I realize I may be biting off more than I can chew, but I would still like to do this. Kenpo deserves it, as I'm sure you would all agree. Thank you.
    Well, I could DEFINITELY help you out with answers that you can surely cross-check to ensure accuracy.

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    Default Re: Kenpo History in Canada

    Quote Originally Posted by dcastiglione
    Would that be Kenpo KaratEH ?????
    OMG. Too funny.

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    Feel free to ask me any questions, I have been around for many a year a well.
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