Hello! This is Aina!

One day, Hana, Doraemon, Dorabear and Hana’s family were watching WTA tennis match on TV. While watching, Hana realizes there is a Latvian, but with Russian surname. Hana is very disappointed due to lack of native Balts, particularly Latvians which Hana aimed for a long time.

After several hours watching tennis on TV, Hana knows that the Latvian who appeared on TV is coming from Russian descent. We also know that there are many Russians in Latvia which are the largest minority in Latvia. This fact made Hana annoyed easily as Hana prefers native Balts.

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After discovery of Latvians from Russian descent, a girl suddenly appear from Doraemon’s Anywhere Door. The girl is the native Latvian who shared surname with our idol who currently rides on an Israeli cycling team. We are glad to see native Balt after several hours seeing Balt from Russian descent.

Who is she? The girl is Aina Neilande, based of Krists Neilands, a Latvian cyclist who was hidden from Hana’s family due to slight neglect and shyness which always exist with Hana. Aina has a short straight blonde hair and bright blue eyes, just like many Northern Europeans, including Latvians though not all of them are like her.

Aina wears clerical costume which sewn by Borat’s cousin who as an Uzbek with very long and straight jet black hair and golden eyes. Her name is Pilla which is her signature name which used to conceal her true identity due to bullying from Borat’s younger brother, Boris and other relatives.

The costume is made by Rinmaru Games. The game is JRPG Cleric.

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