Lu Qing, wife of missing avant-garde artist and outspoken government ...
Apr 7th, 2011
(Canadian Press) - Lu Qing, wife of missing avant-garde artist and outspoken government critic Ai Weiwei, listens during an interview in Beijing, China, Wednesday, April 6, 2011. In the week before renowned artist Ai was taken into custody, multiple visits by police to their home had triggered a sense of foreboding in him that this harassment was different, said Lu Wednesday. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan) -
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