Google_Vancouver If you look in the Vancouver phone book for William Chow, you will find over 50 of my clones listed. Ahhh.. How about the internet? How many of my clones have made it to the internet? Hit #4 : My store shows up on Richard Izawa’s Canadian Anime Shopping Guide for Vancouver. Hit #5 : I am on an old anime resource list compiled by Anime Addicts. No. 18 Hit Script for Maison Ikkoku #95 No.13 Hit A message archive that contains my Z Gundam summaries. Hit #7: On the publisher’s page for V-Max magazine where they did an interview with the Vancouver Japanese Animation Society. My Karaoke page shows up as #52 My fame page shows up as match #57. Dave and Sheldon demonstrate here that there is no match for the Azukin Cha-Cha blade. A group shot during the VJAS BBS days. Each of us posing with our pseudonames. No.20 Archive of the Aka-Kon 2001 forums. No.19 Hit Links page of the VJAS page. No.10 Hit Fan Club List from Anime Addicts. No.14 Hit A FAQ about Kimagure Orange Road. From Derek’s syste.ms web site, a parody of VJAS-Muyo. (for reference see the front covers for the Tenchi Muyo Series) Hit #8 : Listed as a resource on the St. John’s Anime Club. No.17 Hit Script for Kimagure Orange Road #8 A clone of mine that is a member of BC Youth Parliment. No. 15 Hit A FAQ about Kimagure Orange Road written in FRENCH! No. 1 hit, my own site for the Vancouver Japanese Animation Soceity. Someone’s blog talking about the failed convention Aka-Kon 2001. No 9 Hit An interview with Anna Exter on Anime News Network. No.11 Hit Listed as a resource on the St. John’s Anime Club. No. 16 Hit A FAQ about Kimagure Orange Road written in Italian! No.12 Hit A person’s blog who bought the new Maison Ikkoku DVD. He remembers a time when I fansubbed that. Hit #3 : I am mentioned on Vancouver’s Anime Evolution 2004 Convention web page. Hit #6 : I was noticed in Michael Morbius’s web blog for Vancouver’s Science Fiction Convention Vcon-27.