Artist Ai Weiwei speaks to journalists at his studio in Beijing, China, 

Artist Ai Weiwei speaks to journalists at his studio in Beijing, China, Wednesday, May 22, 2013. Ai's music video accompanying his heavy metal single “Dumbass’’ released Wednesday depicts an insensitive, overbearing state power that tramples on individual rights. The video is meant to reconstruct his 81-day secret detention in 2011, which was part of the overall crackdown by Chinese authorities on dissent. Ai later was convicted of tax evasion, which his supporters saw as punishment for his activism.(AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan)
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Artist Ai Weiwei speaks to journalists at his studio in Beijing, China, Wednesday, May 22, 2013. Ai's music video accompanying his heavy metal single “Dumbass’’ released Wednesday depicts an insensitive, overbearing state power that tramples on individual rights. The video is meant to reconstruct his 81-day secret detention in 2011, which was part of the overall crackdown by Chinese authorities on dissent. Ai later was convicted of tax evasion, which his supporters saw as punishment for his activism.(AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan)
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