We looked inside some of the tweets by @observingjapan and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
Over the span of 16 days, the London Olympics generated 150 million tweets.
One year ago today. [Screenshot of a tweet from 2020/02/27 with PM Abe announcing the closure of schools in Japan] https://t.co/cqNyd4s99Y
Here's a presidential tale I had never heard before. Apparently two members of John Tyler's cabinet were killed - and Tyler himself nearly enjoyed the same fate - during when the celebratory firing of the guns of the newly launched USS Princeton went awry. https://t.co/CtDho3iw1Q
Enjoyed speaking with @JCU_Official Chairman Aeba today about how the U.S.-Japan alliance is essential to tackling global and regional challenges. Look forward to seeing the chairman and many others at @CPAC this weekend. @mschlapp https://t.co/QOWEoFAK8A
This week has been tiring and strange for several reasons, but I wanted to attempt to articulate several reflections on the state of play of the U.S. debate on China and our professional community. Typically, I’m not personally perturbed by particular encounters on Twitter, but
Important thread. https://t.co/94TusrWdcy
@observingjapan Fujii has a pretty long career as a pundit on Japan's nationalist right. He was a regular on Channel Sakura when I started my research, but he later shifted to DHC TV's Toranomon News, where he has an even bigger audience.
More on Fujii's media presence: https://t.co/GFJcAEdSOy
Enter the Last Samurai @GemkiFujii at @CPAC! Visit website https://t.co/pNOVnlgYs4 to find Japanese futurologist's warning on our dangerous future. #CPAC2021 @world_forecast #藤井厳喜 #虎8 https://t.co/677CbhOnYg
Here's his tweet about attending this year: https://t.co/wfOI2Yze3V.
本日から、YouTubeにてCPACの動画を順次公開していきます。 振り返りや見どころ解説、会場でのレポートなどをアップしていきますので、是非お楽しみにしていて下さい。 【現地レポート②】「CPAC2020 1日目」で面白かったことを現地からお話します https://t.co/kiM3okztQy