I just want to go back to something you said earlier because I was having conversation with someone else about this.
It seems like the controversy over the Nissin ad mostly came from westerners, like people who are objecting to it, and I know like in other context like there’s been sort of a misunderstanding I think about the way Japanese people are drawn in manga and to westernize it looks like oh you guys just make everybody looks white. You know but we have yellow hair or whatever, and Japanese people are like no that’s not the case I feel like.
This is maybe just is this an example of cross-cultural like misunderstanding and like is your star rises, you know, and you are like a star in Japan and American start to pay more attention to you and Haitians start to pay more attention to you. How do you sort of see juggling that.
There is a lot of Japanese and reporters in here, so you can ask them about you know the drawing thing.
I think, for me, like, I get what people are upset about it, but then, because the person that do that is, I’m not really sure but I think he’s the creator of “Prince of Tennis” but I think you’ll have to do research on it, like, to see if he has ever done things like this before, but I mean, to be honest, I haven’t paid too much attention to this, it’s sort of the fist time that anyone has asked me this question so I don’t really wanna say anything wrong at this point and I think I should do my research before I answer. Is that OK?
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