Chinese court upholds $2.4 million fine against Ai Weiwei

Chinese court upholds $2.4 million fine against Ai Weiwei

Boston : MA : USA | Sep 26, 2012 at 9:20 PM PDT
Source: Christian Science Monitor
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ments Chinese court upholds $2.4 million fine against Ai Weiwei A Chinese court ruled that artist and dissident Ai Weiwei will have to pay a $2.4 million tax evasion fine. Many view the fine as a way of silencing Ai's criticisms of the government.  By Reuters / September 26, 2012 Beijing A Chinese court upheld... FULL ARTICLE AT Christian Science Monitor
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