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Ai Weiwei Believes Americans Still Have to Fight for Democracy

He is the most famous Chinese artist living today, a political and artistic multi multi-hyphenate: political detainee, activist, philosopher, provocateur, a sculptor, architect, filmmaker, installation artist, and the only person I’ve ever met who has an asteroid named after him: 83598 Aiweiwei.

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