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Just cute wire shot of Chinese couple posing inside public art project making the rounds on Valentine’s Day? Or, juxtaposed with graffiti (the most familiar form of public non-conformity), a commentary on Chinese government’s ideal for a citizenry straight out of the “cookie cutter”?
via: Charlotte Observer
(photo: Feng Li/Getty Images caption: A Chinese couple take pictures in an interactive installation art work named ‘You and Me’ on Valentine’s Day at 798 Art Zone on February 14, 2012 in Beijing, China. Valentine’s Day has become one of the most popular Western festivals celebrated in China.
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