The airplane arrives from China - was marked wrong. Why do we need "the direction of"? Is it not clear enough?
The Hungarian sentence doesn't mean "from China." It could come from Korea, that's in the direction of China when you're in Hungary (or almost anywhere but the Southeast Asia, tbh. Those two countries are really close to each other.)
OK, now I understood, thank you :-)
And now it is accepted, although it should not be.
So many reports unnoticed and here someone included it. Great.
érkezik sounds like érkezek?
I think that érkezik is 3rd person and érkezek is 1st person