Simon Duan came from China to the UK to study in the ’80s. He received a PhD in Materials Science from Cambridge University and currently works for the UK government on technology commercialization between the UK and China. He has long-standing interests in paranormal research and is a past vice president of the Chinese Parapsychology Association. Here he describes Chinese culture’s historical interest in the paranormal, contemporary developments, psychic education of children in China, personal experiences of high strangeness, and his own theoretical model to explain his many observations.