Artist Ai Weiwei’s bronze animal heads at Princeton University comment upon China’s use of history for propaganda
The sculptures are replicas of a series depicting the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac that were looted by Western forces from the Old Summer Palace in Beijing in 1860. The originals, scattered around the world, remain a potent symbol of China's historical humiliation at the hands of foreign powers.
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