Map of China
Map of China is a 2008 sculpture by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. The sculpture has been reported as resembling a park bench or tree trunk, but its cross-section is a map of China. It is four metres long and weighs 635 kilograms. It is made from wood salvaged from Qing Dynasty temples.
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