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Japanese fans slam China after comedian’s death

The death of a famous Japanese comedian has fueled anti-China sentiment, according to a report in the Taiwan News.

Celebrated comedian Ken Shimura’s death from Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), has resulted in grief in the Japanese public and sparked anger.

Shimura died in Tokyo on Sunday (March 29) after suffering from severe pneumonia caused by Covid-19, the report said.

He is a household name in Japan and has also enjoyed popularity overseas, including in Taiwan.

After Shimura’s death, many Japanese netizens have mourned Shimura, Apple Daily reported, with some expressing resentment toward China, the birthplace of the coronavirus outbreak:

“Chinese government! Your concealment of information is the cause of Shimura’s death.”

“I hate the Wuhan virus, Wuhan pneumonia, and China!”

Shimura was transferred to a Tokyo area hospital earlier in the month on March 20 after experiencing symptoms on March 17, Japan Forward reported.

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