Jason Gagliardi is a subeditor and columnist at The Australian. Previously he was based for 25 years in Hong Kong then Bangkok. As a Bangkok-based freelance writer, his stories have featured in publications including Time, the Sunday Telegraph Magazine, Colors, Playboy and Sports Illustrated. Jason was later the Communications Director at boutique PR hotshop Delivering Asia Communications. He is co-author of Dorling-Kindersley’s Top 10 Guide to Hong Kong and Macau. He is a columnist for the South China Morning Post. He is also a creative consultant and copywriter with some of Bangkok's leading independent branding and advertising agencies, a sometime DJ and a one-time ballet dancer.
Maybe I’m just from a different generation but watching that youtube video had me laughing so hard at that “Jyzz” guy or whatever he calls himself. Having never been acquainted with him or any of his videos, I kept wondering if this was a parody of the *real* Zyzz. But no, evidently that sad fella is the real deal. Firstly, working out is great and all, but there is something called balance, and that body of his was just too much. It’s all an external shell covering up an empty inside. Any woman of quality will see through that a mile away. Secondly, men who are not complete idiots don’t say “Brah” every four seconds. Just my two cents, take it for what it’s worth.
Aziz Sergeyevich Shavershian, better known by his Internet handle Zyzz, was a Thailand, Aziz Shavershian suffered a heart attack and died at the age of 22. On topic ~ Zyzz had a physique that was impossible not to admire. I don. t need to listen to his bullshit science for regular people. cause I. m a. R. Zyzz - posted in The Shed: Just found out Zyzz or (Aziz Sergeyevich Shavershian) tragically died at the age of 22 last week in Thailand. Even though there is no cause of death relieved yet, cannot help but think Russian-born Aziz Sergeyevich Shavershian, known as Zyzz, died.