Letter to Mr. Yang

November 15, 1999

Sunny Yang Chairman, Florida Splendid China
3000 Florida Splendid China Blvd.
Kissimmee, Fla. 34747

Dear Mr. Yang,
Since the Florida Splendid China theme park opened almost six years ago, we have been attempting to speak with management or officials from your theme park concerning some of the exhibits. Numerous attempts have been made by mail and on a couple of occasions, I have spoken directly to members of your staff to attempt to schedule an appointment that would be convenient. We have asked to either speak with you directly or through a third party. We have offered to cease our activities, if someone would just contact us in any manner to discuss our concerns.
To repeat what Senator Jesse Helms asked during the recent hearings to confirm the appointment of the latest US ambassador to the People's Republic of China, 'Why can't the government of the People's Republic of China be friendly to the American people?'
Our activities are motivated by the refusal of the management of Florida Splendid China to discuss our concerns or even contact us. As has been mentioned in many previous letters, we stand ready to suspend ALL our efforts, if contacted with a meaningful agenda. Again, allow us to extend this offer once more so that we might become, if not friends, then at least not adversaries.
We truly look forward to discussing our concerns at your convenience so that this issue can be resolved and the larger issue of friendship between the PRC and USA can be resolved as well.
This letter is also notification that if we do not hear from you or your representative, we will again be assembling in front of the main gate of Florida Splendid China at noon on the 18th of December 1999 to commemorate the 6th anniversary of the opening of your facility. At this demonstration, we are willing to donate one of the exhibits that was missed, the 'Torturer's Jail.' It is not a permanent structure, but will become one through the magic of the internet.
Thank you for your time and attention,

Jack Churchward
Citizens Against Communist Chinese Propaganda