Chinese Who camped in Tokyo’s Airport Arrives Home

From the Washington Post:

A Chinese activist who spent more than three months camped inside Tokyo’s international airport as part of a protest flew home to China on Friday and was allowed into the country.

Feng Zhenghu arrived on a flight from Narita International Airport, where he camped from early November until last week to protest China’s refusal to let him enter the country.

His entrance into China comes after eight previous attempts since June where Chinese authorities refused to allow him in. Feng has angered the local government by supporting student protests and accusing local authorities of wrongdoing.

February 12, 2010 12:54 AM
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