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For his new documentary, Human Flow, Ai traveled around the world to document the scale and human toll of the international refugee crisis. Christina Ascani/NPR hide caption

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'More Than A Political Status': Ai Weiwei Captures Scale Of Global Refugee Crisis

For his new documentary, Human Flow, the Chinese artist-activist traveled around the world to document the scope and human toll of the international refugee crisis.

Johnny Fox hugs a fan at the Maryland Renaissance Festival. This fall, Fox has made a triumphant comeback even as he battles with health issues. Mark Mitton/NPR hide caption

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Sword Swallower Makes Triumphant Return As He Battles Severe Health Issues

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For his new documentary, Human Flow, Ai traveled around the world to document the scale and human toll of the international refugee crisis. Christina Ascani/NPR hide caption

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'More Than A Political Status': Ai Weiwei Captures Scale Of Global Refugee Crisis

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