Japanese Speaking Ambassadors Dining With PM Abe Offered Forks

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hosted a dinner for 24 Japanese speaking foreign ambassadors on Tuesday, with the majority refusing the offer of a fork.

The event was hailed as a success in promoting communication and mutual understanding.

“I communicated to each ambassador that their chopstick skills were amazing,” said PM Abe.

At one point in the evening PM Abe used a fork himself when eating a rice dish in an attempt to show solidarity with his guests.

“The dinner couldn’t have gone any better – I couldn’t understand half of what they were saying but my staff reassured all of them that their Japanese was faultless,” said PM Abe.



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