Sasara-chan have her own meishi now.
Meishi (名刺) also known as business card or name card in Singapore, is an important item to have for business meetings in Japan and also most part of Asia. In recent years, a meishi is not just limited to professionals in a company, it have also extended to hobbyists, cosplayers (known as cos cards) and just about everybody.
It’s interesting to note the various ethics and manners involved in presenting yours and accepting others’ meishi and how you keep them depending on the other party’s rank and status which you can read about here. Thankfully these examples only apply to the Japaneses. Over here, not much rules regarding the exchange of meishi but it is common courtesy to accept a meishi when you are presented one. There was one time, a fellow rejected my meishi which I find to be very rule. I hate him and I do not want to ever see him again.
Anyway price of getting meishi printed over here is pretty affordable. I got 200 cards for only S$24. That’s about USD$19.50. And fast. Got it in 5 days. There are many sites online that offer free meishi printing, which you can easily google and find.
So the next time you see Sasara-chan (or me ^^ ), please feel free to ask for a meishi.