One year since D-Addicts torrent section closed

I have been an active member of D-Addicts since 2006, and visit the site almost daily. In January of 2014 I was contacted and asked if I wanted to become a moderator and I accepted the offer.

One year has gone by since D-Addicts torrent section closed, I still clearly remember that day, and the following turbulent days. It was a very sudden announcement, and I got very very very sad when reading it. Those days I listened much to “Tusen Bitar” (Thousand Pieces) by Björn Afzelius.

I wonder how many people have been inspired to study Japanese/Korean/Chinese, taken part in the JET program because of it.

I’m not angry at Ruroshin for the decision he made, but so sad that this had to happen to such a great community. With the closing of the torrent section and new layout a lot of people left, and the drama discussion threads got less active.

I want to thank all members of the D-Addicts from the bottom of my heart, those who left (I miss you), stayed, returned, or recently joined for still sharing your love for Asian dramas. Many whom I consider a friend, and a few of you mean very much to me.

A special thank you to some, I’m sure many more could be added here.

Ruroshin for keeping the site up.

\( -o _ o- )/, Ais (SkewedS Studios), AkiraMike, amrayu (SARS Fansubs), ap, arakira, areea-chan, Avallac’h, avieamber, BaekSoo, Candylemon, cha2, Chiaki (Dorama World), Chuks, danburi, dhisashi, earthcolors, Ethlenn, ersby, esmer86, furransu (Jdramacity), GGib, GiriGiri Fansubs, groink, gryzze, Heiwa Fansubs, huyie, izzyosa, jadefrost (Jdrama Weblog), Jiang Hu Fansub, k361, koshonin, micehell, MoerkJ, Nanashi No Gonbey, Orion1986, Resie (DoReMii Fansubs), RetroHelix, Schwefelhexafluorid, saigo_x, semi-fly, sensei991, sinecure (540p-ZASK), suany (Ame no Uta), subie06, Takez0, The Chaos, thundie, tinkerbell (Unsolved Cases), UsagiYojimbo, uedajirou, VampireXxX, waf, Watanuki (Araei), WITHS2, ZemusDS, zdorama, xaxa (Rare Doramas), XrayMind, y0ssy

Jpsubbers 有り難う御座います

Swedish version “Tusen Bitar” (Thousand Pieces) by Björn Afzelius

Original Danish version “Tusind Stykker” by Anne Linnet.

English version by Goombay Dance Band.


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