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Ai Weiwei's upcoming book focuses on refugees, giving voice to those impacted by global migrant crisis.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Indigenous leaders in Brazil have asked the World Health Organization (WHO) to set up an emergency fund to help protect their communities from the threat of the coronavirus pandemic.
Having a big night in? Here are five online theatre shows to watch this weekend.
How Baidu Baike has faced off against Wikipedia to build the world’s largest online Chinese encyclopaedia
Transition from hard format encyclopaedias to open-source encyclopaedias has raised some quality-of-information issues though.
Berlin (AFP): Watching the Hong Kong protests from afar, Chinese dissident-artist Ai Weiwei fears the worst, warning of a repeat of the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown in Beijing.
MADRID (Reuters) - A Spanish businessman has bought a statue symbolising women forced to work in Japanese military brothels which was removed from an exhibition in Japan after organisers received threats over the piece.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Chinese artist Ai Weiwei was awarded 1.75 million Danish crowns ($262,952) compensation by a Danish court on Wednesday after a Danish car dealer used one of his works commemorating thousands of refugees as a backdrop for a commercial.
The selfie craze speaks volumes about the era in which we live: how images race around the globe and can dominate public discourse, eliciting strong emotions and even blurring the lines of reality.