There are 3 reasons why:
1. Wrathie + Anathe did not come to Daicon in KL
2. I missed it, and a chance to finally meet Bjorn from NKDS.org.
3. A Malaysian Otaku brazenly tries a desperate act of indirect kissing.
From Sankaku Complex: (I am too lazy to write about it myself what has already been written with much fluency)
Needless to say Sankaku Complex, being filled with shit as it is usually is, is aflame with plenty of racially sensitive words from the audience over the world reading the article.
The incident took place at the recent Daicon anime convention, held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Chihara Minori, a singer-seiyuu most noted for her role as Nagato, amongst many others, was booked for a singing appearance; this went ahead without issue.
However, no sooner had the main event concluded and she had left the scene, one of her opportunist stalkers spied that she had left a bottle of Evian mineral water unattended, from which she had drunk.
He immediately seized his chance and filched the bottle, in plain sight of all.
With the warped logic of men who have never tasted the flesh of a real woman, this is considered an “indirect kiss” by way of a notional exchange of fluids, which is naturally considered a prize of no small standing when it comes from the lips of none other than Nagato herself. He then proceeded to upload this in video form or some other to show his brazen act of sipping through the same tip of straw.
The online reaction amongst the notorious pack of seiyuu stalkers which makes up the Malaysian otaku community has been to fete the daring bottle snatcher for getting a sup of Minorin’s precious fluids, though some non-Malaysian observers have not been so kind:
Though I remain neutral by not commenting, I must say, this is yet another stain that Malaysian Otakus have yet to evolve beyond the monkey skin they don. In fact, they are the said chimps possibly, and that would be an insult.
I consider myself quite logically cool, of course, everyone is, just that some of us, (Malaysians) no doubt, have a very different set of mentality. I suppose you have bad apples everywhere in a country like Malaysia.
- We have the Mat Rempit and Kapchai racers (which are pretty stupid really, you clearly cannot afford a better bike to race in, and those stupid little 2 stroke engines don't compensate for your lack of cool racing around a supermarket block like Tesco's.
- We have the Otaku who self proclaim to be normal, but when faced with a rare opportunity to touch the subjects of otaku fandom, such as a seiyuu travelling to Malaysia, they growl and proceed like wolves in a hunt. Proof: http://www.riuva.com/?p=1454 / Aya gets stalkers (I saw her by the way, and she is a nice girl, too nice to be stalked about by you idiots.)
Biggest facepalm is the weeabooism accompanied in Malaysian Otakus:
"“how dare she ikku in malaysia and not notify us fans.”" - some guy.
Seriously you guys, learn to self restraint.
I feel pathetic that I even breathe the same air that you do.