During his early days of the fandom, he frequented the AnthroAsia forums as an outlet for discussion for furmeets and outings, usually taking "leadership/organizer" roles for such outings. However, during recent times as of 2009 till now (2010), his activity there has decreased quite a bit, due to factors such as using social networking services such as Facebook for matter of convenience.
Other than maintaining his furry identity, he keeps himself busy with his multiple interests in automobiles, bicycles, computers and the occasional art/photography streak. He worked as a writer for an information technology (I.T.) website called CNET Asia where he is assigned to write informative articles of the latest trends in electronic devices and gadgets, as well as answer user questions via Ask CNET Asia where he would give recommendations on purchasing electronic gadgets and personal computer upgrades. Today, he is focused on automotive journalism for REV Magazine as well as Top Gear Singapore.
Krado's fascination in the furry fandom began in 1994 after watching The Lion King. He was a regular role play (RP) participant on the lionking.org forums until it was closed. Since then, he has not been active in RP-ing, but rather, viewing artworks by established furry artists and attempting to pick up drawing.
The name "Krado" was created as a screen name after being inspired after inspired by the islands of Krabi in Thailand as well as the Toyota Landcruiser Prado SUV. With the fursona initially being an African lion, it was subsequently changed to an Asiatic lion based on Krado's geographical location.
Krado occasionally appears on Second Life as Krado Horton.
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