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Chinese Canadian entrepeneur Richard Wah Kan is originally from Trinidad in the West Indies but moved to Canada as a child.  He worked with Apple and Discis Knowledge Research in the 80s and 90s in sales and development relations before branching out.  In 1996 he formed Dreamcatcher Games and later The Adventure Company brand, which would go on and be one of the most successful medium-sized PC publishers over the next 10 years. 
 
Richard's vision for building on the small and dormant adventuring gaming market post the decline of Sierra, to release a new class of products helped resurrect a dying genre of games back with top titles like Syberia, Still Life, Broken Sword, Agatha Christie and MISSING: Since January.  Earning millions, Richard directed the companies profits include hardcore games like the popular Painkiller series and into European growth with Cryo Interactive, Wanadoo Edition of France and Dreamcatcher Europe.  With the company's success in 2002 Richard was named Richard was named Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year. 
 
Richard has his MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business at The University of Western Ontario and his Engineering degree from University of Toronto.  Dreamcatcher was acquired in 2007 by Jowood and Richard lives with his family in Toronto, Canada and does consulting for video game developers and start-ups.

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