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(en) Media: Chinese anarchist activist set to end protest [bad machine trnslation]

Date Mon, 01 Feb 2010 19:06:39 +0200

Chinese romantic Feng Zhengdu is a Chinese adult but has not been authorised to come in China... A Chinese anarchist has concluded to finish his highly-publicised 12-week criticism at Tokyo’s main general airport. ----- The man, Feng Zhenghu, has been vital at Narita, blogging and posting Twitter messages to prominence China’s warding off to concede him behind in to the country. ----- Mr Feng – a tellurian rights romantic who was formerly locked up for 3 years – had visited his sister in Japan. ---- He pronounced he motionless to leave the airfield after being visited there by Chinese embassy staff. --- He has been denied entrance to China 8 times given June. ---- Terminal man ---- On the final of his attempts to return, he got as far as Shanghai’s Pudong airport, where Chinese officials forced him to get back on a craft for Tokyo, that arrived on 4 November.

Holding a current Chinese pass and a visa to come in Japan, Mr Feng was giveaway to leave the airport, but refused to pass immigration control.

His preference to finish the criticism came after Chinese officials visited him at the airfield final week – for the initial time given he proposed camping out.

“Chinese Embassy officials came to see me multiform times. Now they appear to admit the problem,” Mr Feng told The Associated Press from the airfield depot on his cell phone.

“I’ve motionless to come in Japan, lift myself together and lapse to Shanghai for the Chinese New Year.”

“I hold subsequent time I can lapse home,” Mr Feng said.

“As a Chinese citizen, I have a right to lapse home.”

Described by Amnesty International as a distinguished “human rights defender” he has been vital in a no man’s land, stranded in between the arrivals gates and pass carry out in Terminal 1.

Tens of thousands of people who pass by the airfield each day see him.

Although Mr Feng says he has never seen the Hollywood movie The Terminal, he agrees his incident is rsther than identical – nonetheless his own conditions have been most worse than in the film.

Equipped with a mobile phone and laptop he is gripping in hold with the outward universe by blogging and tweeting.
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