Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Handsome Reporter becomes Sudden Popular at Thai Elections 2014


Thousands of journalists and reporters from all around the world traveled to Bangkok, Thailand to cover the news on Thai Elections recently. However, this handsome Japanese reporter turned out to be the headline news in most of Thai media because of his good looks. This handsome hunk is Daijiro Enami, a young Japanese reporter who works for Fuji Television Network. He became popular after his pictures were uploaded by journalists and Thai protestors on social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.


Handsome Japanese reporter steals the show during Thai elections

Handsome Japanese reporter steals the show during Thai elections
The face that captured the hearts of Thai protesters

KUALA LUMPUR: ‘Popular in a blink of an eye’, is what happened recently to a young Japanese reporter, Daijiro Enami who was recognized in Thailand for his good looks.

His work as a reporter during the February 2 elections in Bangkok took the back seat as people were more fascinated by his handsomeness.

Many journalists and Thai protestors have already uploaded pictures of Enami on social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

Whilst there, the ‘trending’ journalist managed to interview the leader of Thailand’s Anti-Government protests, Suthep Thaugsuban in Bung Kum on Sunday.

Bung Kum was the focus area during the elections as the Prime Minister of Thailand, Yingluck Shinawatra cast her vote in that district. The popularity of the striking Fuji Television Network journalist was said to have made the situation there bearable. According to local reports by Thai Rath, only-child Enami who originates from Kangangawa, 28, enjoys baseball and swimming, is 180cm tall.

(Source: http://english.astroawani.com/news/show/handsome-japanese-reporter-steals-the-show-during-thai-elections-29573)


‘Handsome’ Japanese reporter steals thunder from Thailand’s election, anti-government rallies


‘Handsome’ Japanese reporter steals thunder from Thailand’s election, anti-government rallies 

A Japanese reporter from Fuji Television Network has taken the limelight away from Thailand’s anti-government rallies and the February 2 election because of his good looks. 28-year old Daijiro Enami was in Bangkok over the weekend to cover the national elections, but ended up on social media himself, as numbers of locals shared his photo on networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Enami went to Thailand to interview anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban. He also reported on the state of elections in the Bung Kum district, where Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra cast her vote. While on the field, some Thai citizens noticed the handsome reporter and requested to take photos with him. Others contented themselves with taking photos of Enami in action, reporting on the state of things. Thai netizens, who saw the reporter, quickly took to social media networks to swoon over him. A Facebook user named Tang Thaneesa described how she blushed while looking at his photos, which led her to ask her boyfriend who he is. Users on Pantip.com, a Thai message board, on the other hand, gushed over Enami, who they say is “supremely gorgeous” and wished he’d be their husband or bodyguard. A certain Noo Khon Dee even wrote, “Take off your bullet proof vest, I’ll use my body to protect you!”

Enami, who has guested on some Japanese TV variety programs, like Ninkyo Helper and Room of Kings, always dreamt of becoming a journalist. Born in Kanangawa on Sept 30, 1985, Thais were apparently so into Enami that news daily Thai Rath even reported his height and blood type (180 centimeters and type O, if you’re dying to know). As a law student at Keio University, he was said to be a member of his university’s swim team after taking baseball in high school, and has a partiality for sideburns because of his hair, which easily grows long.

 
‘Hot’ Japanese reporter takes Bangkok by storm amid political tension
Staff Report
Published February 4, 2014  Source: The Filipino Times News









 

‘Hot’ Japanese reporter takes Bangkok by storm amid political tension




Facebook photo of Fuji TV journalist Daijiro Enami.
Facebook photo of Fuji TV journalist Daijiro Enami.
 
 BANGKOK: He was covering the hotly contested Thailand’s February 2 special election amid throngs of anti-government protesters in the streets of Bangkok but ended up being the news with his great looks.

Described as “handsome” and “mouth-watering,” Daijiro Enami, 28, a reporter for the Fuji Television Network, took social networks in Thailand by storm, even overshadowing anti-government protests, reports the Bangkok Post.

Photos of Enami were shared and plastered all over Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts of Thai netizens showing him posing with some of them.

Thai women and gays were seen swooning over Enami’s crisp look wearing a helmet with the inscription “Press” while covering in the streets of Bangkok.

Enami has interviewed anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban and covered Sunday’s general election in the Bung Kum district, where caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra cast her vote, reports the International Business Times.

On the popular Thai-language website and discussion forum Pantip.com, users wrote that the reporter was “supremely gorgeous” and said they wished someone like him could be their husband or bodyguard, it added.

“Take off your bullet proof vest, I’ll use my body to protect you,” IBT quoted a Pantip.com member using the pseudonym Noo Khon Dee.

The daily newspaper Thai Rath reported Enami was born on September 30, 1985 but it’s not known if he is married or single.

He played baseball in high school and studied public law at Keio University—one of Japan’s leading universities.

The young hot reporter apparently dreamt of becoming a journalist since childhood and had also made guest appearances on some Japanese TV programs.

(Source: http://filipinotimes.ae/news/2014/02/04/hot-japanese-reporter-takes-bangkok-by-storm-amid-political-tension/?doing_wp_cron=1391670588.2959799766540527343750)
 


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