What is it with all these people (and not Tom Hanks in The Terminal) living in airports?
The Financial Times reports:
Mr Feng has been haunting the halls of Japan's Narita airport since being turned away from his own country by Shanghai police on November 4.
Mr Feng's presence in the airport no-man's-land stems from his outrage at his treatment by Chinese authorities and Japanese airline All Nippon Airways.
Mr Feng, a Chinese human rights activist on behalf of individual Chinese complaining of illegal mistreatment at official hands, says Shanghai police, assisted by an ANA employee, physically forced him on to a flight back to Japan after he was barred from returning home for the eighth time.
"I refuse to enter Japan. For a Chinese to be kidnapped and taken to Japan like this is a humiliation for me and a humiliation for China," he told the Financial Times during an interview in a Narita corridor.
ANA said its staff had needed to use "just a little bit" of force to ensure Mr Feng was on the flight, since it was already an hour late and Shanghai authorities had made clear it could not depart until he was on board.