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Chinese dissident cartoonist Badiucao poses for a photographer prior a press conference on situation in Hong- Kong at the Paul-Loebe-Haus parliamentary annex in Berlin, on November 25, 2019. - Badiucao, a Chinese cartoonist whose anonymous political satire earned him comparisons with Banksy -- and the wrath of Beijing -- has outed himself as a former law school student who became politicised after watching a Tiananmen Square documentary in a dorm room. (Photo by Odd Andersen / AFP) (Photo by ODD ANDERSEN/AFP via Getty Images)

Chinese dissident cartoonist Badiucao poses for a photographer prior a press conference on situation in Hong- Kong at the Paul-Loebe-Haus parliamentary annex in Berlin, on November 25, 2019. - Badiucao, a Chinese cartoonist whose anonymous political satire earned him comparisons with Banksy -- and the wrath of Beijing -- has outed himself as a former law school student who became politicised after watching a Tiananmen Square documentary in a dorm room. (Photo by Odd Andersen / AFP) (Photo by ODD ANDERSEN/AFP via Getty Images)