Bird's Nest: Ai Weiwei in English (beta)

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The views expressed on this blog are solely those of Ai Weiwei and the individuals he quotes or retweets. We do not represent the artist, his views or his opinions, and while we make every effort to ensure accuracy in translation, we cannot guarantee it; we are simply providing this site as a service for English speakers.
On the fourth anniversary of the 5.12 earthquake, the government has yet to publish a list of earthquake victims. "Citizen's Investigation" volunteers spent more than a year conducting on-site investigations after the earthquake and confirmed the names, ages, genders, grades in school and family information of 5196 students who perished. 512 student victim list: http://goo.gl/P5yQB Respect life, refuse to forget.