Japanese history, could calmly judge the situation in Japan, and loved Japan more than anyone, could be the Prime Minister of Japan. And her father Agawa Hiroyuki once said that if the Japanese government does not issue a visa to Lee Teng-hui, who loves Japan, it will be a major stain on Japan's diplomacy. However, the Japanese government at that time did not dare to issue a visa to Lee Teng-hui to go to Japan for medical treatment. Many Japanese felt that such an act had no Bushido spirit.
It was not until 2001 when Yoshiro Mori was fax number list prime minister that he and Shinzo Abe, who was then deputy chief cabinet officer, issued a visa to Lee Teng-hui to visit Japan on the basis of humanitarianism, despite the opposition of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. A Japanese man in his 40s recalled that in 2001, Lee Teng-hui planned to go to Japan to undergo heart surgery, but the Japanese government was slow to issue a visa, because Japan was always looking forward to China's snoring.
He saw from the TV screen that Lee Teng-hui scolded "the Japanese government is less courageous than a mouse" in Japanese, which made him feel that the Japanese government had no sense of justice. When Lee Teng-hui was young, he read the book "Bushido" written by the Japanese agricultural economics scholar and thinker Inazo Nitoto, and learned that Bushido is the spirit and moral code of the Japanese, as well as the Japanese people's state of mind, temperament and aesthetic concept.