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Saturday, January 14, 2017

Video: Prime Minister Abe of Japan and Pres Rudy Duterte are Best Friends. FIND OUT WHY.

 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship."
Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace.
Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City.

Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home.
Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President Duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).


Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.
 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.

 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO




 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO




 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.





Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page.
The caption reads:
"Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.

I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."







Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.


 Being the first head of state to visit the Philippines this year and the first during President Rodrigo Duterte's term, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said "I chose the Philippines as my first destination this year and that is testament to my primary emphasis on our bilateral relationship." Unlike the other head of states that visited the country, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has been treated with utmost closeness, not only as a fellow leader but a special friend, President Rodrigo Duterte offered the simplicity of his humble residence in Davao instead of the elegance of Malacañang Palace. Shortly after the Japanese Prime Minister  has been welcomed by the Philippine President at the Malacañang, they immediately went to the President's hometown, Davao City. Abe’s day began with a visit to Duterte’s “simple home” for a breakfast of sticky rice cakes and mung bean soup, a presidential aide said, with the leaders dining at a wooden table before heading for a look around Duterte’s humble home. Christopher Bong Go also posted some photos showing the Prime Minister around President duterte's residence including his bedroom and the president's famous "kulambo" (mosquito net).     Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at the house of President Rodrigo Duterte in Davao.       President Duterte and PM Shinzo Abe's closeness has been evident even during the ASEAN Summit and President Duterte's visit in Tokyo, Japan.                      Prime Minister Shinzo Abe having a taste of Durian.     Here is a video of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during his visit to the Philippines as shared by the Prime Minister's official social media page. The caption reads: "Davao is the hometown of President Duterte, where he devoted nearly 40 years to its development. My wife and I were invited to visit his house for breakfast, and we spent a relaxing time together.  I found Davao to be a city in which friendly feelings towards Japan are especially strong. At the international school established to educate ethnic Japanese Filipinos, I was moved by the warm welcome from children singing "Chiisana Sekai"(It's a Small World) in Japanese. The Japanese language class I attended was taught by a teacher with a great sense of humor, and the students were having fun learning Japanese."            Aside from strengthening ties among two countries and elevating bilateral relationship, the two leaders has shown the true meaning of friendship.     ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO