Original title: Reading books to make dogs watch TV, Abe sends home videos to appeal to people’s homes to be approved.
China News.com, April 13, comprehensive Japanese media news, on the 12th, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe posted a paragraph of his home at his personal social account Casual video, in which Abe reads books from time to time, and sometimes intimacy with dogs. After the video was released, some Japanese netizens criticized Abe for “not doing business properly.” In response, the Japanese Cabinet Chief Sugi Yoshiki said that the move was intended to appeal to young people not to go out. Such propaganda is very effective.
According to reports, in the video sent by Abe, he is “in the same frame” with Japanese actor Hoshino Yuan, on the left is a selfie video of Hoshino Yuan ’s new work “Dancing at Home”, and on the right is Abe himself A routine of raising dogs, drinking water, reading books, and watching TV at home.
Abe wrote in the accompanying article, “Can’t meet friends or attend parties, but as long as everyone takes action, it is saving many people’s lives”, calling on the public to cooperate with the government’s home requirements.
However, some Japanese netizens have criticized Abe’s move, saying that “it is very cautious at a juncture in which people’s lives are very difficult.”
In response, Suga Yoshiki said at a press conference that there are always areas that cannot be covered when appealing to young people in a general way, “(Abe ’s video) is intended to appeal to young people not to go out and do this on social media. “The propaganda is very effective,” meanwhile, he said, “(This video) received 350,000 likes and caused a lot of repercussions.”
Recently, with the spread of the new coronary pneumonia epidemic, Tokyo and other places have entered an “emergency”. The government urges the public not to go out as much as possible. Japanese actor Hoshino Yuan launched the “Dancing at Home” activity on the Internet on April 3, and received a response from netizens.
As of 1 p.m. local time on the 13th, Japan had a total of 7411 confirmed cases and 138 deaths.