Dissident democracy activist artist Ai Weiwei has new film about recent Chinese protest movement: Ai Weiwei has become a very prominent democracy activist
China dissident makes film on disputed death
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei has made a 102-minute film on the death of a villager whose crushing by a truck sparked public anger and rattled authorities, he announced Friday. A court in eastern Zhejiang province in 2011 ruled the gruesome death of 53-year-old Qian Yunhui accidental and triggering.
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