Pilots gather for freedom to fly in China's skies

08/2/2013 | Jakarta Globe (Indonesia)

Wang Qiang, a hairdresser from the Zhejiang province in eastern China, flies a one-seater airplane that he built himself. He joined a group of pilots at the Air Nadaam festival in Hexigten, Inner Mongolia, who want the Chinese government to give aviation enthusiasts more freedom to fly their planes. "We want the government ... to give us more room to enjoy the skies, and enjoy flying," he said.

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