The sculpture, The World Turned Upside Down by English artist Mark Wallinger, was unveiled outside LSE’s student activity centre on March 26. Photo: CNA

London university says it hasn’t decided whether to change globe sculpture to make Taiwan part of China

  • LSE says it is ‘consulting our community and considering amendments to the work’ after complaints from mainland Chinese students
  • Taiwan lodged a protest with LSE after it was reported that the college had agreed to alter the artwork, and two British MPs ‘expressed serious concern’
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The sculpture, The World Turned Upside Down by English artist Mark Wallinger, was unveiled outside LSE’s student activity centre on March 26. Photo: CNA
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