Thursday, December 20, 2007
Today, Hello! Project Fanclub Mexico's members have been informed to me that Nihon TV's broadcasting of Mexican wotagei group's performances in their program "Mokusupe" モクスペ have had the consent and approbation of the regular and active members.
The problem, as I explained in Japanese language before, is that I didn't give any permission to Nippon TV for broadcast the wotagei videos I participated in.
If Nihon TV is planning broadcast my wotagei videos in "Mokusupe" show, I have enough friends, political contacts and legal advisers in Japan that could start the proceedings for a legal lawsuit against Nihon TV and their broadcasters.
I'm only requesting that Nihon TV take my opinion and broadcast my personal point of view in "Mokusupe". I speak very well Japanese language and I was the only Hello! Project Fanclub Mexico's member who had traveld to Japan and participated in several Hello! Project's concerts and events.
Hello! Wota Digest 01 - 「どうして日本人はヲタ芸がきらいですか」論
I'm not Japanese. I'm Mexican and proud of be otaku. The only thing I desire is to see Morning Musume, Berryz Koubou or ºC-ute groups' performances in Mexico someday.
Please, write to me before broadcast your special program. Beforehand, I advice you.
Here's my mixi direction:
Kurisu (Mexico's wotageishi) - http://mixi.jp/show_profile.pl?id=9900116
Hello! Wota is written by Christian Hernandez. Licentiate in Latin American Literature and Master in Psychology by the Autonomous University of Mexico State. Graduate student from the Master of Asian and African Studies, speciality Japan, by El Colegio de México. Former scholarship holder from The Japan Fundation in Mexico and the Japan Student Services Organization. Check out my blog. Follow me in FaceBook or add me to your friends in mixi.