Exploring the Supercute World of Hello Kitty


There's still time to get to the Hello Kitty Supercute Opening Party at the Experience Music Project, kicking off a four-month exhibition of Everything Hello Kitty. (Here are pictures from the Los Angeles leg of the tour.)

Curiously, one of the events on the agenda for the opening night gala is a "Q&A with Hello Kitty" at 8:00pm, which is going to be interesting, seeing as Hello Kitty does not have a mouth.

One of the exhibit's sponsors is UNIQLO, who I should remind you, has a very strange clock.

Bonus chatter: EVA Air now has a thrice-weekly flight between Taipei and Houston, so you can now fly Hello Kitty Air from the United States.

Comments (9)
  1. 12BitSlab says:

    My granddaughter – 6 1/2 years old — LOVES Hello Kitty.

    2 years ago or so, my daughter and her husband got her a dog and they allowed my granddaughter to name the dog.  The name she came up with?  None other than "Hello Kitty"!

    Last week, my daughter and her family went to South Carolina to visit the other grand parents so Mrs. 12BitSlab and I had dog sitting duty.  From time to time, we had to take Hello Kitty outside to do her thing.  When it was time to come back in the house, I would stand on the deck and yell, "Hello Kitty!"  As you can imagine, my neighbors gave me some strange looks.

  2. George says:

    No mouth? Will we have Dilbert as the moderator?

  3. boogaloo says:

    As Hello Kitty is now supposed to be a British Girl dressed as a cat, the Q & A session should be slightly more possible.

    Although if her height is still supposed to be five apples tall and weigh three apples, then someone should ask how big the apples are.

  4. shinyhat says:

    I don't understand the clock. It's really bizarre.

  5. Mike says:

    Regarding the Star Wars themed aircraft in your previous Hello Kitty Air post, that is now a thing: http://www.flightradar24.com/…/ana-unveils-two-new-star-wars-liveries

  6. boogaloo says:

    @Mike I'd love to know where the money is coming from to pain the planes. Disney don't need the publicity & you can't see the outside of the plane when you are in it. So is anyone going to fly that plane on purpose?

  7. laonianren says:

    @boogaloo:

    A British girl?  I always thought Hello Kitty was a Dutch rabbit dressed as a cat.

  8. boogaloo says:

    @laonianren You don't keep up with the news?

    http://www.google.co.uk/search

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