Sorry, Babel Fish isn't working for that Article, it was the best that I could do.
I saw Stephen, but I dunno if he's gonna translate - I'll see how fast I can do one.
Haha, the translation: "Japan Gives Back to Anime Fans"...That just kills me. xD
Last edited by Sniper King; March 19th, 2011 at 10:00 PM.
I can't get Ustream to load...neither on the podcast site or the official ustream site. Any suggestions?
Renew the page, make sure you have flash and java all up to date ... sign up maybe? Though I don't think you have to sign up.
EDIT: Can people OUTSIDE of the US watch the live stream? (even though Puerto Rico isn't technically outside US, but it has happened thousands of times)
There were some Europeans on earlier. I don't know if they're still there.
for some reason the audio is really really laggy... any suggestions or reasons as to why?? I really want to hear Tatum's session but i only hear like 1 second of audio between 20 seconds of silenceTT_TT
It's fine now, but for the first 6 hours it was terrible.
I'm hoping that those first 6 hours will be released at a later date.
Anyway, finally threw together a quick translation of the article:
Go ahead and mention any errors as it's been months since I've translated anything near this size.An American man from Oono City in Fukui Prefecture who loves anime made a website which is calling out to anime fans of the world to start a fundraiser for the Japan's Earthquake Disaster. The charity event, starting early on the 20th, will broadcast on the internet. American voice actors will join them to talk about anime.
The English teacher from Oono is Gren Werner (27) who comes from New Jersey. "I started to learn Japanese in order to read the original manga, 'Dragonball.'" They're more enthusiastic Japanese anime fans. Fans across the world get together weekly to discuss information through the internet program regularly.
His friend through anime, Zach Nathanson (23), along with seven other friends, discussed doing something for disaster victims through America's NGO and starting a website about it.
The title is "Anime Fans Give Back to Japan" (Anime Fan de Nihon ni Ongaeshi wo Shiyou). Fan sites and the like are invited to cooperate, and on the 19th, they have raised up about 650,000 yen.
The main event is on the 20th, starting at 7 AM and will go on for 24 hours with audio and video. Greg and Zach, and five others approved the plan, and 21 popular American voice actors will show.
Popular manga, One Piece, Bleach, Naruto, Evangelion, and the like's dub voice actors will be talking about their thoughts on Japan and their work, and will also contribute to the donation. Japanese people can enjoy the fan questions while simultaneously translating it into Japanese.
Greg says, "Anime fans across the world want to convey that they are helping. I learned from anime a lot as a person. Now, we want to support you."
-points to Steve-
Hilarious freeze frame.
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