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Are LEGOs the new tool of political activists?

Chinese activist Ai Weiwei is hailing a change in LEGO's policy around bulk orders as a victory for freedom of expression.
Christian Science Monitor on January 14, 2016

Chinese Activist Sentenced to 6 Years for Protesting Censorship

China has sentenced three human rights activists to harsh prison terms for participating in an anti-censorship protest in 2013. The attorney for the three, Zhang Lei, told VOA that he is "shocked and..
VOA News on November 27, 2015Also reported by •Epoch TimesSeattle TimesMyNorthwest.comABCNews.com

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News video: LEGO Rejects Ai Wei Wei

LEGO Rejects Ai Wei Wei 00:54

Chinese activist Ai Wei Wei has used LEGO in his work before; for a project displayed near San Francisco last year, he built 175 LEGO portraits of jailed and/or exiled political dissidents. Wei Wei was..
Source: Wochit News - on October 27, 2015

News video: Chen Guangcheng LIVE

Chen Guangcheng LIVE 11:23

Longtime Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng joined us to discuss his new memoir "The Barefoot Lawyer: A Blind Man's Fight for Justice and Freedom in China," which offers an insightful account of his..
Source: HuffPost Live Segments - on March 26, 2015


Laywer: Chinese activist gets extra charge, sentenced to 6 years in jail after hurried trial

A lawyer says a leading Chinese rights activist who organized rallies for media freedom has been sentenced to six years in prison in what the lawyer described as a hurried and unfair trial at a court..
FOXNews.com on November 27, 2015

Backers of Detained Chinese Activist Demand Explanation for His Death

The civil rights activist Zhang Liumao died suddenly this week after being held in Guangzhou since August, and his family and supporters want to know exactly how.
NYTimes.com on November 6, 2015

Ai Weiwei: Lego's Politically Correct Bricks Censoring Him

Chinese activist-artist Ai Weiwei charged toy maker Lego with censorship for refusing to sell him plastic bricks he needs for his newest artwork.
Newsmax on October 27, 2015

Chinese activist-artist Ai Weiwei writing memoir

Ai Weiwei (EYE' WAY'-way), the Chinese artist, activist and dissident, is working on a memoir.
MyNorthwest.com on October 15, 2015

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