I’ll just say it first. It’s like the Chinese version of Steven Spielberg’s The Terminal where one passenger is caught between two countries, unable to enter one country and unable to return back where he came from. Except this time, Chinese activist and economist Feng Zhenghu refuses to pass through Narita airport customs to enter Japan because the Chinese government is refusing to let him come home. Feng believes that his background in human rights against China is illegally keeping him from returning to his family, even when he came as far as landing at the Shanghai airport before officials forced him to return. It’s been over two weeks since Feng first holed up in Narita and you can read the full heart-wrenching story in the LA Times.
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