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


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RT //moterback: Independent Film Roundup: //aiww Ai Weiwei Apologies to Your Sister Indie Roundup: ‘Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry’

RT //lzwade: Ai Weiwei Documentary: Fair (Ai Weiwei, Without Fear or Favor) (Traditional Chinese Subtitles 51 minutes): via //youtube

Berlinale Diary 1 – Ai Weiwei: Who’s Sorry Now?

RT //Designer_Kevin: //aiwwenglish //aiww Love the film. Wish you were here. Thank you, Alison Klayman. Beautiful film.

RT //shirapwhite: "to b powerful is to b fragile" //aiww #aiweiwei #sundancefestival must see film

RT //hlkalin: Sundance 2012: Ai Weiwei //aiww screening becomes a political event (latimes)

THANKS. //freeaiwwblog //aiwwenglish //ReutersShowbiz //chasejarvis //bobmoz //AnStou //thejeffdixon //coreyo //clmuddjr //goodchemist //MByrd

RT //suigenerisjen: //aiww: "I don't see myself as a dissident artist, I see them as a dissident government" #China #NeverSorry

"I think restrictions are an essential condition in the fight for freedom of expression". - //aiww #neversorry #nevergiveup

To fully understand the paradox of China's "rise" you need to understand Ai Weiwei's activism @aiww #neversorry

RT //AWWNeverSorry: RT //aliklay: Fans of //aiww in China cant wait to download this film! coming slowly... RT //MaggieWlhy: //awwneversorry Looking forward to downloading.