Abe social media with goods Taiwan pineapple Tsai Ing-wen: not enough to send again

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe uploaded a photo of him with five Taiwanese pineapples on Twitter, Facebook and other social media on April 28, and praised the deliciousness. In response, Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen then responded with a post on Twitter saying that if not enough Taiwan can always send again.

Shinzo Abe, who had announced his resignation on August 28 last year due to health reasons, said in a post on his multiple social media platforms that day, “Today’s dessert is pineapple. It looks so delicious.” The photo shows Abe posing with five pineapples, the cardboard box reads “Taiwan pineapple”, and Abe himself is holding a pineapple in his hand.

Tsai Ing-wen retweeted Abe’s tweet and wrote in Japanese, “We hope you like our Taiwan pineapples! If 5 are not enough, please feel free to let us know and we’ll always send you some!” Abe’s tweet has received more than 110,000 likes and over 22,000 retweets.

According to the Central News Agency, the Kaohsiung City Bureau of Agriculture later confirmed that the pineapples pictured with Abe were exported by the Kaohsiung City Nan You Nongqing Fruit Production Cooperative. Taiwan pineapple (mainland China called pineapple) in March this year, the mainland ban on imports once became the focus, Taiwan and other local enterprises, private subscriptions are enthusiastic. A few days ago, also as a former dignitary of the former U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo 11 had also tweeted, he ate Taiwan pineapple dried photos to attract attention.