Doomsayers found the Olympics now but instead, and especially in Japan looked to this time particularly attentively – Finally, Japan's next (und es gibt noch viel zu tun – man weiss zum Beispiel noch nicht einmal, wie viel der Spass eigentlich kosten wird). And Japan has in recent years apparently something done right at the sports promotion, because with 41 Medals there was so much precious metal as never before. Among them there were real surprises, because no one could, for example, Japanese sprinter at the 4×100-credited meter Relay Men, to reach podium – but an almost perfect interaction of the individual runners less successful four provided a sensational silver medal. One of the four is also a “half”, Thus a semi-Japanese, with the clearly typical for Japan name Cambridge – and saw probably the same time as it, that became friends more Japanese the idea, that “half” not necessarily half people but sometimes Japanese like you and … no, I do not.
Prime Minister Abe's appearance as Super Mario during the closing ceremony struck with numerous reactions in the Japanese social network. As might be expected, and more: From the Häme to admiration. The appearance also hinted, with which Pound Japan at the Olympics 2020 will proliferate in Tokyo. Even very old officials agree, that from the Geek image Japan much capital is beating, and why not: one nation, which for their video games and unusual ideas known? There would be worse. In this sense it will be interesting to talk to the opening ceremony in Tokyo. That way, although another four years, But as it turns out at all Olympic Games, is a very short time, finish everything. Almost like Christmas, that indeed every year quite suddenly and unexpectedly is coming.
Unter dem Hashtag #Abe Mario tauchte übrigens das untere Bild heute auf – entitled “首相、よく間違えなかったな。” – “Prime minister, Glück gehabt dass Du Dich nicht verlaufen hast!” (zur Auswahl stehen die Ministerpräsidentenresidenz, Rio und der Yasukuni Shrine):