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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 (full name Kitty White) is a fictional character produced by the Japanese company Sanrio 1974, created by Yuko Shimizu and currently designed by Yuko Yamaguchi. She is depicted as an anthropomorphic white Japanese bobtail cat with a red bow. Hello Kitty Do You Know Real Name: Kitty WhiteBirthday: November 1stBlood Type:AStar sign:ScorpioHeight:Around 5 applesWeight:Around 3 applesBirthplace:London, England ind, friendly and impossibly cute, she offers advicelike "Hello Kitty says be yourself!" Although Sanrio had been producing Hello Kitty products since the 1970s, in the mid-1980s Hello Kitty mania swelled and she became one of the most prominent and recognizable Japanese characters on Earth, found on everything from handbags to bath towels.According to the company's website, other Sanrio characters include "Pochacco, our athletic young pup, and the slightly naughty Badtz Maru." K [Hello Kitty Background] Hello Kitty is a cheerful and happy little girl with a heart of gold. She lives with her mama (Mary White), papa (George White), and her twin sister Mimmy. Hello Kitty loves to bake and she can make really delicious cookies. She learned her baking talents from her mama, who makes scrumptious apple pies that are enjoyed by the whole family.Hello Kitty's hobbies include traveling, listening to music, reading, eating cookies and mama's apple pies, and making new friends. One of her most popular motto is "You can never have too many friends." Sanrio family~ Sanrio family~ "Hello Kitty stands for the innocence and sincerity of childhood and the simplicity of the world," says Helen McCarthy, an author and expert on Japanese animation and comics. "Women and girls all over the world are happy to buy in to the image of the trusting, loving childhood in a safe neighborhood that Hello Kitty represents. They don't want to let go of that image, so as they grow up, they hang onto Hello Kitty out of nostalgic longing as if by keeping a symbolic object, theycan somehow keep hold of a fragment of their childhood self." Hello Kitty was made partly English because when she was first drawn, the Japanese rarely travelled abroad; foreign, especially English, associations, were particularlypopular. The stationery and diaries were a hit with schoolgirls during the 1980s and the company soon branched out in to other fancy goods. ? ! Say hello~
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