Category:Feng Zhenghu

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Feng Zhenghu (simplified Chinese: 冯正虎; traditional Chinese: 馮正虎; pinyin: Féng Zhènghǔ; born July 1, 1954) is a Chinese economist and scholar based in Shanghai. Citing Amnesty International, The Guardian said that Feng was "a prominent human rights defender" in China. In 2001 he was sent to prison for three years ostensibly for "illegal business activity". He was released in 2004, has since written critical pieces highlighting alleged malpractice by local governments and forced evictions.[1] Outside China, Feng is best known for having been refused re-entry into China eight times in 2009. His protest, of refusing to leave the immigration hall of Narita International Airport, Japan, since November 4, attracted concern from Asian activists, and received worldwide media attention.(Via EN wikipedia)


Feng Zhenghu 
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