Dear Chairman Yang,
We are enclosing a copy of the recently released republished book entitled "Genghis Khan: World Conqueror" by Leo DeHartog. The documented evidence contained therein contradicts the information presented by the Florida Splendid China theme park and matches the mainstream understanding of the life of Genghis Khan. For instance, your literature states the following:
Genghis Khan was the founder of the Yuan Dynasty. Actually, the Mongol Yuan Dynasty was formed by his grandson in 1279. Genghis Khan died in 1227.
Genghis Khan's domain extended to mid-Asia and south Russia. Actually, he conquered the northern Chinese and Persian empires and all of Central Asia. At the time, his conquests included half the known world. His descendants incorporated the remainder of Asia and extended the Mongol empire to include parts of western Europe.
Genghis Khan's mortal remains were kept in a coffin and transported around until the People's Republic of China appropriated funds and built the "Mausoleum of Genghis Khan."
The Great Khan and World Conqueror was buried in the traditional Mongol custom with large numbers of horses driven over the grave to conceal it. The place is documented as the sacred mountain of Burqan Qaldur, exact whereabouts, unknown.
These are just a few of the inconsistencies with the version of history that the Florida Splendid China theme park insists is correct. These are inaccuracies that distort the truth about Genghis Khan, his descendants and all the Mongolian people. We will not comment about your motivation for these inaccuracies, but simply ask that you meet with concerned citizens and discuss the differences with us.
As in the past, our organization will be conducting a commemoration of the Communist Chinese takeover of Inner Mongolia at the main gate of Florida Splendid China on April 29, 2000 beginning at noon.
We remain willing to cancel our activities, if you are willing to participate in some substantial discussion of our concerns.
Thank you for your time and attention,
Citizens Against Communist Chinese Propaganda