Welcome to the website for Paradox Island, the oldest Doctor Who sim in Second Life.

A role-playing sim for popular fantasy time-travel fans, and is a constantly changing world set in a 'paradox bubble' created after the Time War.
A perfect place to start your Doctor Who role-playing, take the TARDIS to numerous locations (including a public console room) in time and space.
Meet other Whovians and have a thoroughly nice time, but watch out for the Daleks.
Start your Time and Space Adventure HERE

Paradox Post Archive

Monday, 11 April 2016

Pictures from the Yee Jee Tso event in Second Life

Sunday saw Actor Yee Jee Tso talking Doctor Who (including his new book) and more in Second Life, here are a few pictures from the event.
I'd like to extend a big thank you to Yee Jee (a really interesting and erudite chap you could wish to meet)  and mrmudd (SciFiExpo organizer and host extraordinaire) for a really interesting debate, and I hope to see more of the same soon (please).






Saturday, 9 April 2016

Yee Jee Tso (Chang Lee in the Doctor Who Movie) Event in Second Life

Actor Yee Jee Tso (Doctor Who, Antitrust) is appearing on Second Life to speak to his fans at this unique event! 

With over sixty acting credits, Yee Jee Tso has been seen in such television shows as Arrow, Stargate: Atlantis, Highlander, Smallville: Vengeance Chronicles, and more!

The event will be taking place on Sunday, April 10th at 10am SLT/PST (6pm BST) on the Island of Zanzo! Location Slurl

His new book is available to pre-order.....


Time and Spaces: A Photo Journal of Doctor Who Filming
In 1996, Doctor Who came back to our screens after a seven year hiatus.

A new Doctor (Paul McGann) faced off against his old adversary The Master (Eric Roberts) with help from new friends Grace (Daphne Ashbrook) and Chang Lee (Yee Jee Tso).

Unable to film in San Francisco, the production used locations in Canada instead.

Now, 20 years later, Yee Jee Tso revisits these locations and, together with photographs he took on set at the time, and new photographs depicting the locations now, he pieces together the production process and the history behind the locations used – the Time and Spaces. 

This love-letter to the Doctor Who TV Movie is presented in a full-colour, square-shaped, deluxe hardback (approx 78 pages, 156mm x 156mm) featuring photographs never previously published.

Pre-orders will be signed by the author.