Prince William described Japanese food as Chinese food and served as the Deputy Prime Minister of Japan.

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 Prince William described Japanese food as Chinese food and served as the Deputy Prime Minister of Japan.


Global Times - World Wide Web reported on September 14 that Britains Prince William usually appears in public with a decent gentleman image, but recently he participated in an event when a slight situation. According to CNN on September 13, Prince William accompanied Japanese Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso to a Japanese Cultural Club in London on the 13th to attend the event, but when confronted with a lot of people speaking on the scene, he mistakenly described Japanese cuisine as Chinese food, making the scene atmosphere once embarrassed.

It is reported that the Japanese cultural hall opened on 13 July in Kensington, near Buckingham Palace, England. Prince William accompanied the Deputy Prime Minister of Japan, Taro Aso, to visit the guild hall. Video footage from the British media showed Prince William chatting with students who were learning how to use chopsticks. Have you eaten a lot of Chinese food?

This problem makes the atmosphere somewhat awkward.

However, Prince William made corrections later. He said, sorry, its Japanese food. Have you ever eaten a lot of Japanese food?

CNN reports that this is the second time in six weeks that senior British delegates have confused China and Japan, two countries that have historically been at odds with each other. In July, Jeremy Hunt, Britains new foreign minister, visited China to make a good impression on his Chinese wife, but at the time he called her Japanese by mistake, leaving an embarrassing mark on his first diplomatic trip. However, he later changed his mouth to say, my wife is Chinese. Although Prince William appeared in the above episode, he performed well in the rest of the day. He drank some rice wine during the toast and tasted the sashimi of delicious and surprising salmon specially cooked by famous Japanese chefs. My wife and I like sushi, Prince William said. We might come to lunch when nobodys here. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Chen Shaojie _b6952

CNN reports that this is the second time in six weeks that senior British delegates have confused China and Japan, two countries that have historically been at odds with each other. In July, Jeremy Hunt, Britains new foreign minister, visited China to make a good impression on his Chinese wife, but at the time he called her Japanese by mistake, leaving an embarrassing mark on his first diplomatic trip. However, he later changed his mouth to say, my wife is Chinese.

Although Prince William appeared in the above episode, he performed well in the rest of the day. He drank some rice wine during the toast and tasted the sashimi of delicious and surprising salmon specially cooked by famous Japanese chefs.

My wife and I like sushi, Prince William said. We might come to lunch when nobodys here.