Shinzo Abe's Death Celebrated in China: 'Open Champagne!'

who was killed Friday morning while at the same time giving a mission discourse on the side of a competitor in the decision Liberal Democratic Party.

Abe, 67, was shot at twice on Friday approximately 11:30 a.m. local time in the city of Nara

Tetsuya Yamagami, a 41-year-old male suspect from Nara, was arrested at the scene and is being interrogated by police in custody, local media reported.

Chinese artist and activist Badiucao tweeted on Friday that some Chinese nationalists were celebrating Abe's death.

The artist cited a post on WeChat, a social media platform popular in China, as saying: "I hope this current Japanese PM has been shot... and Koreans too."

The craftsman refered to different posts from Weibo saying: "I'm sitting tight for Abe's passing" ,"who is the attacker´╝či need to give cash" and "I need to say, its an extraordinary information"

He also posted a screenshot of a Twitter reply that said: "Abe's dead, it's like that, open the champagne".