October 19, 2012

China Must Recognize What It Is

Ai Weiwei, New Statesman

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The only way we can be successful, in China and in life, is through greater communication and wider awareness, in constantly questioning our standards and our conditions. You, as readers, are part of this, you are active members of this family, and you can be proud of that.

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