Which of the following best describes the life of a chikap:Achikap, a Japanese-American who’s a student at Harvard University, is best described as an aspiring writer, living in the Boston area. A native of China, she’s a fan of Japanese pop culture and Japanese animation, and enjoys Japanese cuisine, Japanese music, Japanese movies, Japanese anime, and Japanese video games. She was born in Tokyo, Japan, and is a third-generation Japanese-born Chinese American.Chikap has been known for her bold, sometimes provocative, and often hilarious tweets about the media and politics in her native country. A recent
for the Boston Globe, titled ‘Chikapo on the Warpath: How a Japanese Chikap is Taking On The American Left,’ was an immediate hit.
Achakap also has a penchant for poking fun at people with disabilities, specifically, those who are mentally ill, and she’s also been known to troll celebrities and politicians on Twitter.
Achakaps tweets frequently about the news, politics, and politics-related topics.
She recently posted a photo of a pair of scissors she had on her wrist, captioned it, “Tattoos are beautiful.
What a beautiful piece of jewelry,” and followed it up with, “You could buy a piece of me from a man that could cut you in half, cut you into pieces, and put them on my wrist, then cut them out and put a tattoo on my arm.”
She has been a prolific tweeter, frequently making the rounds on social media, including Twitter, where she recently commented on President Donald Trump’s visit to Japan.
She also tweeted in July 2017 that she would be “taking my wife out for sushi.”
“This country needs a Chikapo to protect our people,” she tweeted.