“Chigaijin” is a pseudo-Japanese compound, with two decompositions. The first one (in green), is “chi-gaijin,” where “gaijin” is a slang term for “foreigner.” The “chi” is in katakana, the script used for loanwords. The second meaning (in blue) is “chigai-jin,” or “different person.” Either way, the “jin” (in red) means person.
Jordan (the webmaster, who sometimes goes by Jordy) currently works at Apple on the Swift programming language. He graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in Computer Science, and spent five and a half months teaching English in Cambodia. During his time in college, he was a TA as well as a member of the performance group Theatre Rice. Before joining Apple, he did more web design and programming under the name Belkadan Software.