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User:EXodius

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EXodius (also known as eXodius) is the founder of JpopStop! (now known as generasia). Since 2000, EXodius has ran and maintained countless sites, including Tokyo-Nights (2004-2009).

After a extended hiatus for several years, eXodius returned in February 2014 to continue the legacy set forth so many years ago.

Profile

  • Real Name: Jose
  • Height: 5'11
  • Birthday: February 24, 1983 (1983-02-24) (age 34)
  • Location: Dallas, TX
  • Hobbies: Drawing, graphic design, writing, working on my manga of 12 years, listening to jpop and trance music, etc.
  • Favorite Foods: Chinese, Italian, Western (spicy foods are a plus)
  • Favorite Color: Blue
  • Favorite Artists: Way too many to list. A lot of the "basic" artists (Ayumi Hamasaki, BoA, Koda Kumi, Do As Infinity, Namie Amuro, Gackt, etc.), along with others like SCANDAL, school food punishment, stereopony, chatmonchy, Girugamesh, Faye Wong, ayaka, Aya, 2NE1, Wonder Girls, 4 Minute, f(x), JYJ / TVXQ, and loads of others!

Biography

eXodius started this wiki in March 2009 after wiki.theppn.org vanished from the net in November 2008. Focused in restoring the wiki, eXodius soon began transferring countless articles from archive.org, reaching over 1000 pages in a few weeks. Fearing retaliation from the staff/contributors from wiki.theppn.org, eXodius shared his project with wiki.theppn admin Wapiko who approved the wiki. Shortly after, the site gained recognition and is now the official replacement to wiki.theppn.org. While not porting over as many articles as before, eXodius continues to edit pages and work on the wiki to maintain it for the thousands of asian culture fans looking for news and discographies from their favorite artists and groups. In October 2011, eXodius transferred ownership of the site to tokyograph but still visits the site regularly.

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