Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Nico Nico Douga~!


It's been a little while since I've updated my blog with my dreams but I haven't been able to remember them lately. Also for some reason, I've been feeling tired all the fxcking time, but I think that's due to  me sleeping a little too much. Especially when I was ill last week, I slept for 19 hours! NINETEEN BLOODY HOURS. Heck, I swear that's more hours than what a cat would sleep through..

I'm updating my blog to let you know that I will be starting a channel to do live streaming on Nico Nico.
I went to Hyper Japan on the 25th February and there was a stall where they were doing live streaming with the attendees on a site called Nico Nico Douga (Smile Videos).
So Char and I showed our faces, and goodness, I couldn't express how shy I was doing it! Seriously, doing live streaming is so different to filming in my room where it's just me and the camera. Maybe because everybody behind was watching, or maybe it was the presenters interviewing us that made me shy -but bloody hell, I felt myself sweat so much! ==" Hopefully when I do live broadcasting at home, I won't be so nervous!
Here is a video of the whole interview and us doing "Moé moé kyun~" lol! 

It's a shame I couldn't take any photos or make a vlog about the event. It was really difficult when you're posing 80% of the time! Here are a couple of photos taken by others, of Char and I:

This is the link to my club on Nico Nico: 
You need to make an account to be able to view the broadcasts!
I will be posting notices on Facebook as to when I will be doing live broadcasts.
Oh and Happy March 1st! Two months and 8 days until my birthday! T_T I can't believe I'm going to turn 21 years old!!



  2. Nico Nico Douga (ニコニコ動画 Niko Niko Dōga?, lit. "Smile Videos" is a popular video sharing website in Japan managed by Niwango, a subsidiary of Dwango.[2] Its nickname is "Niconico" or "Nico-dō", where "nikoniko" is the Japanese ideophone for smiling. As of April 18, 2012, Nico Nico Douga is the fourteenth most visited website in Japan.[3] The site won the Japanese Good Design Award in 2007,[4] and an Honorary Mention of the Digital Communities category at Prix Ars Electronica 2008.
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  3. How do I follow your blog? It seems sooo interesting!