Chinese activist to end protest at Narita airport after 88 days


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Calls to the Chinese Embassy were unanswered, and Japanese officials were not available for comment Sunday.

making it difficult for me also to comment on this. but the last sentence of this A4 size article :“Life here has been tough,” Feng said. “I think I’ve done enough.” - In other words he's saying..." I gave in "

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“Life here has been tough,” Feng said. “I think I’ve done enough.”

Nah, he was just trying his hand at rapping.

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I bet he will now be welcomed home in China with a warm pair of arms and a loving embrace... (Or should that be he'll be welcomed by a 7.62mm round)?

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they probably ask how he would like to see all his family in china in jail.

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Potential organ donor material, expect him to go missing shortly after his reentry to China.

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Poor Chinese dude, going back to a communist country that will surely teach him to respect communism, Mao Zedong and and all that other crap!

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