March 19, 2009, NY Times ‘Artist Defies Web Censors In A Rebuke Of China’

April 2, 2009, Asia News, ’A year after the Sichuan quake demanding to the know the names of dead students can mean prison’

April 3, 2009, Toronto Star, ‘Chinese activist seeks earthquake truth’

April 3, 2009,, ‘China verschweigt Zahl der toten Erdbeben-Kinder’

April 6, 2009, 南方人物周刊, '艾未未 我只是不愿意再被嘲笑罢了'

April 9, 2009, Le Monde (Fr), ‘Pour Qingming, fete des morts en Chine, nettoyage des tombes… et des memoires’

April 30, 2009, UK Telegraph, ‘Millions still homeless a year after Sichuan earthquake‘

April 2009, 南风窗, '汶川之后,谁死在第二次?'

May 1, 2009, 新周刊, '只有一种情况我会中止调査'

May 4, 2009, NPR, ‘Chinese Seek Answers In Student Quake Deaths’

May 4, 2009, CNN, ’Report: China intimidated parents of quake victims’

May 5, 2009, Christian Science Monitor, ‘For Chinese Parents, Few Answers On Quake Deaths One Year Later’

May 5, 2009, Liberation (Fr), ‘Il n’a aucune transparence sur le drame du Sichuan’

May 5, 2009, 中国周刊, '一个艺术家的快意江湖'

May 7, 2009, NY Times, ‘China Reports Student Toll for Quake’

May 7, 2009, The Guardian, 'Sichuan earthquake killed more than 5,000 pupils, says China'

May 8, 2009, China Daily, ‘China Issues Student Death Toll From Last Year’s Quake’

May 8, 2009, Wall Street Journal, ‘China Issues Quake Toll, But Parents Are Skeptical’

May 12, 2009, Time, ‘A Year After Sichuan Quake, Citizens Press For Answers’

May 12, 2009, NY Times, ‘In Year After Quake, China Sealed An Open Door’

May 12, 2009,, 'Kineserne soger sandheden via internettet'

May 13, 2009, Publico (Es), ‘Este desastre es fruto de mucho tiempo de mentiras’

May 16, 2009, El Pais (Es), ‘Ai Weiwei, un artista contra la autoridad’

May 20, 2009, Le Monde (Fr), ‘Les Chinois victims d’une memoire tres selective’

May 22, 2009, Wall Street Journal, ’The Collector: Ai Weiwei’

May 31, 2009, The Guardian, ‘Tiananmen Victims In Public Plea For Justice’

May 31, 2009, Newsweek, 'A Chinese Blogger's Site Gets Censored'

May, 2009, Moment, 'The Extraordinary out of the Ordinary'

May, 2009, New Weekly, '以前那种没心没肺的狂妄,该结束了'

June 23, 2009, PRI, 'Meet the most interesting person in China‘

June 25, 2009, Courrier International (Fr), ‘Chine. Ai Weiwei, artiste citoyen et engage’

June 30, 2009, Le Figaro (Fr),‘Ai Weiwei, apotre chinois de le contestation sociale‘

June 30, 2009, Businessweek, '艾未未:全国人民的创造热情还没有沸腾起来'

May-June, 2009, ArtAsiaPacific, 'Sichuan Earthquake Anniversary'

July, 2009, ArtAsiaPacific, ‘Ai Weiwei Challenges China’s Government Over Earthquake‘

August 12, 2009, BBC, ‘China quake activist put on trial’

August 12, 2009, UK Telegraph, ‘China detains designer of Bird’s Nest stadium‘

August 12, 2009, The Guardian, ‘Chinese Police Detain 11 Who Planned To Attend Activist’s Trial’

August 13, 2009, NY Times, ‘Chinese Artist Says He Was Barred From Rights Advocate’s Trial’

August 13, 2009, China Daily, ‘Activist On Trial For Subversion’

August 13, 2009, Le Point (Fr), ‘Un celebre artiste chinois empeche de temoigner au process d’un militant’

August 13, 2009, Asia News, ’Tan Zuoren tried: he sought the truth about the death of thousands of schoolchildren’

August 13, 2009, Mingpao, Sichuan Trial

August 14, 2009, Irish Times, ‘Reports indicate some movement in Chinese media’

August 14, 2009, Artforum, ‘Chinese Police Detain Ai Weiwei And Supporters Of Quake Activist’

August 14, 2009, La Repubblica (It), ‘Cina, picchiato l’archistar delle Olimpiadi “Meglio il carcere che un paese di bugie”’

August 16, 2009, Taipei Times, ‘Truth To Power: Ai Wewei’s Public Discontent Is An Anomaly In The No-Politics World Of Chinese Contemporary Art’

August 18, 2009, Frankfurter Rundschau, 'Der Ritterschlag'

August 2009, 亚洲周刊, '艾未未們維權拒絕悲淸' 

September 7, 2009, Le Monde (Fr), ‘L’art de la provocation’

September 8, 2009, Australian Financial Review, 'Artist refuses to be silenced'

September 16, 2009, Der Spiegel, ‘Chinese Artist Accuses Government for Injury’

September 16, 2009, Frieze, ’Ai Weiwei in hospital after police brutality’

September 17, 2009, Blouin Artinfo, ’Ai Weiwei Undergoes Brain Surgery After Beating’

September 28, 2009, Neue Zurcher Zeitung, ‘Kreativ und kritisch – Widerstand als Gesamtkuntswerk‘ 

September 29, 2009, Der Spiegel, ‘Der Handy-Revolutionar’

October, 2009, Chinesische Gegenwartskunst, ‘Ai Weiwei unde die Superlative der Kunst‘

October 9, 2009, Deutschlandfunk Kultur, ‘Zwischen Tradition und Avantgarde‘

October 9, 2009, EFE (Es), ‘Ai Weiwei agita en Munich con un „So Sorry“ dirigido a China y al capitalismo‘

October 12, 2009, Deutschlandfunk Kultur, ‘Aus der Wuste Gobi in die Kunsthallen der Welt‘

October 21, 2009, WAZ, 'Lieber Konflikt als keinen Kontakt'

October 23, 2009, Artobserved, ‘Go See – Munich: Ai Weiwei’s Politically Charged „So Sorry“ At Haus Der Kunst Through January 17‘

October 29, 2009, Frankfurter Rundschau, ’Konfuzius und Andy Warhol’

November 2, 2009, China Digital Times, ’Ai Weiwei Earthquake Project: “Muyu Diary”’

November 2, 2009, VOA, ‘Chinese Police Detain Quake Activist Supporters’

November 5, 2009, ArtAsiaPacific, ‘Ai Weiwei Hospitalized After Beating By Chinese Police‘

November 19, 2009, UK Telegraph, ‘Obama’s China visit leaves dissidents disappointed’

November 20, 2009, NRC Handelsblad, ’Ik ben als dissident geboren’

November 23, 2009, NY Times, ‘Chinese Critic of School Construction Gets 3 Years’

November 26, 2009, Global Times, ‘The Bold And The Beautiful’

November 27, 2009, NY Times, ‘Ai Weiwei, China’s Impolitic Artist’

February 9, 2010, BBC, ‘China quake activist sentenced on subversion charges’

February 9, 2010, The Guardian, ‘China jails investigator into Sichuan earthquake schools’

February 9, 2010,, ’Aktivist sagt Wahrheit uber tote Kinder – funf Jahre Haft’

February 27, 2010, The Independent, ‘An Artist’s Struggle For Justice in China‘

April 14, 2010, Human Rights Watch, ‘China: How Not To Respond To An Earthquake’

February 9, 2010, BBC, ‘Profile: Tan Zuoren’

February 9, 2010, Christian Science Monitor, 'China sentences quake activist Tan Zuoren'

May 24, 2010, New Yorker, 'It's Not Beautiful'

June 21, 2010, McClatchy, ‘We start to question: What is the quality of this state, this government?’

October 5, 2010, UK Telegraph, 'Ai Weiwei Interview for Tate Modern Unilever Series'

December 5, 2010, Asia News, ‘Catholics remember the Sichuan earthquake two years ago today’

2011, Public Delivery, 'What Is Ai Weiwei Doing With 9000 Children's Backpacks?'

July 27, 2012, ABC News Nightline, 'Ai Weiwei 'Never Sorry''

January 23, 2013, NPR, 'In 'According to What?' Ai Weiwei Makes Mourning Subversive'

May 6, 2013, South China Morning Post, 'The shame of Sichuan's tofu schools'

May 11, 2013, UK Telegraph, 'The children airbrushed from the story of China's devastating quake'

May 12, 2013, China Change, 'A Mother's Tale, on the 5th Anniversary of Wenchuan Earthquake'

June 7, 2013, Blouin Artinfo, 'Ai Weiwei Shows 150 Tons of Quake Steel in Venice'

June 7, 2013, Fast, 'Ai Weiwei Brings 150 Tons of Rebar to Venice'

August 16, 2013, AGO, 'Heavy lifting: How we installed Ai Weiwei's Straight'

2014, Multiplejournalism, 'Citizens' Investigation'

March 27, 2014, The Guardian, ‘Chinese earthquake activist Tan Zuoren released after five-year prison term’

June 13, 2014, Artlyst, ‘Ai Weiwei Presents Sichuan Earthquake Data At First Tate Modern Hackathon’

June 15, 2015, The Independent, ‘Ai Weiwei: Artist’s monumental sculpture Straight to be exhibited at the Royal Academy’

June 15, 2015, The Guardian, 'Ai Weiwei's RA show to house weighty remnants from Sichuan earthquake'

June 16, 2015, BBC, ‘Ai Weiwei show at Royal Academy to house heaviest sculpture’

June 17, 2015, Artnet News, ‘Ai Weiwei Will Install 90 Tons of Steel at London’s Royal Academy of Arts’

September 18, 2015, Financial Times, ‘Installation art: Ai Weiwei at the Royal Academy’

November 11, 2015, Dezeen, ‘Ai Weiwei’s first jewellery collection is cut from a rod of gold rebar’

November 12, 2015, NY Times, ‘Ai Weiwei Debuts His First Jewelry Collection’

May 9, 2017, Widewalls, ‘Listen to Ai Weiwei’s Audio Tribute to Sichuan Earthquake Victims’

May 9, 2017, Dazed, ‘Listen to Ai Weiwei’s audio project for earthquake victims’

May 10, 2017, Hypebeast, ‘Ai Weiwei Releases Audio Project Inspired by the 2008 Wenchuan Earthquake’

May 21, 2017, CBS News, ‘How Chinese Artist Ai Weiwei Became An Enemy Of The State’  

February 15, 2018, The Guardian, ‘Ai Weiwei: The Artwork That Made Me The Most Dangerous Person In China’

February 15, 2018, The Guardian, ‘Ai Weiwei On The Project That Awoke His Political Voice (Audio)’

April 24, 2018, China Heritage, ‘A Forest Of Names – The Translation of One Grief to Another’