I get the sads when my train is late or when I have to queue up at border control with about 12,000 other people who all converge into the same line while we wait for the three working border staff to pretend to look at the passports and not even stamp them.
Despite all the hype it's hard sometimes to remember the human cost of politics and Ai Weiwei is an example of that. For the last four years his movements have been curtailed by the Chinese government. But a ray of light: his passport has been returned to him. Perhaps he'll be able to move more freely now. Or head over to London in September and lend his presence/support to the Royal Academy's kick starter appeal to purchase his works. More on that here. And congrats on getting your passport back AW.