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U.S. Mission Japan’s rendition of the popular KoiDance (Love Dance)

Published on Dec 20, 2016

Ambassador Kennedy and U.S. Mission Japan staff in Tokyo, Sapporo, Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka, and Naha got into the holiday spirit and showed off their dance moves. Check out our rendition of the “Koi Dance” (Love Dance) from one of the most popular TV shows in Japan this season.

“Koi” by Gen Hoshino / SPEEDSTAR RECORDS : A Division of Victor Entertainment


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Despite recent debates on fake news and the virility of rumors and gossip, it is important to remember that social media users are intelligent, curious and eager to learn about events shaping their world. More specifically, digital diplomacy followers are often interested in insight and analysis of global events. For this reason, narratives may play an important role in digital diplomacy. Narratives offer a clear explanation of complex events. Moreover, narratives demonstrate how seemingly disconnected events relate to one another. Finally, narratives offer a frame through which the world makes sense.

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