Whoa... this news is just... awful.
Though I don't know him, and in fact I just lurk at Shoujoai's forae, I cannot say that I didn't feel his impact anywhere. A butterfly's wings flaps on one side of the world to create a hurricane on the other side. And now I also feel awful for just lurking at Shoujoai.
Thank you Philip. You will be missed. Rest in peace and God bless you.
> On Feb 28, 8:49 pm, "yuri...@..." wrote:
> > It is with shock and sadness that I write today to let you all know of
> > the death of Philip Mak.
> > Philip has been a strong supporter of Yuricon and of Yuri in the west
> > for many years, and he will be sorely missed.
> > Among many other
things, Philip was the owner of shoujoai.com and all
> > of the sites that ran on that server - including the Yuricon website.
> > Philip was in his late twenties. He died of a sudden cerebral
> > hemorrhage. I know that he will be missed by many people,
> > including myself.
> I can't express how sad and depressed I am. There isn't a bleak enough
> Thank you for bringing the awful news to us, Erica - it's
> heartbreaking, but somebody had to do it. Poor Philip. We will all
> miss him terribly.
Ohmygod NO!!! Not Philip! He was so young!! WHY, GOD!?
I feel so sorry for his family... how distressed they must be...
What's going to happen to shoujoai.com now, I wonder?
It'll be so bad if the site disappears...
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