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Ai Weiwei

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  • China denying passports to restrict critics, minorities

    Hand your passport to police or it will be canceled, read the notice to all 4.4 million residents of far-northwestern China's Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture.
  • China indicts rights lawyer in defiance of U.S. plea for release

    HONG KONG China indicted human rights lawyer Pu Zhiqiang on charges of provoking trouble, days after the U.S. called for an end to his yearlong detention. Pu, whose clients ranged from poor farmers to activist-artist Ai Weiwei, was accused of inciting...

    In Ai Weiwei show at Alcatraz, tourism and human rights go hand in hand

    In Ai Weiwei show at Alcatraz, tourism and human rights go hand in hand
    Cheryl Haines sat with China's dissident artist and activist Ai Weiwei in his Beijing studio in 2012 — not long after his release from 81 days in secret detention. She could tell he was suffering. "I'm here as your friend," Haines, a San Francisco...

    'Storied Streets' a family project, with Susan Sarandon guiding the way

    'Storied Streets' a family project, with Susan Sarandon guiding the way
    Just a few weeks after college graduation, Jack Henry Robbins accepted the invitation of a homeless man and rode a city bus with him from Santa Monica to skid row. It was the first stop on Robbins' nine-city cross-country tour as director of "Storied...

    A small, but potent gesture in support of Tania Bruguera at the Hammer

    A small, but potent gesture in support of Tania Bruguera at the Hammer
    The crowd never grew beyond an estimated three dozen people. But the statements in support of Cuban artist Tania Bruguera — and freedom of expression in general — were strong. Over the course of 90 minutes Monday afternoon, artists, curators...