In an interview with Phoenix TV, Asia Global Institute Adjunct Associate Professor Yoshikazu Kato discusses what the COVID-19 outbreak may mean for the Abe administration and the Tokyo Summer Olympics. Kato also shares his observations on how society has responded to the virus in Japan and Hong Kong.
Watch the full interview here (Mandarin only): link
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