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Beyond East and West: Confucius Institutes in Tanzania 超越东西方: 孔子学院在坦桑尼亚

Image: CRIENGLISH.com (2013). Second Confucius Institute in Tanzania Opens. Retrieved April 20, 2017 from here.

‘In the colonial society, education is such that it serves the colonialist…In a regime of slavery, education was but one institution for forming slaves.’ ( 913 more words

Confucian In The Modern World

Chinese media are betting on Africa, but is anybody really watching?

Written by Dani Madrid-Morales.

In mid-January 2017, the African branch of China’s Central Television (CCTV) celebrated its 5th anniversary. It was a simple celebration with CGTN showing its appreciation to some of the 110 professionals working in the newsroom. 950 more words

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China’s Appetite Pushes Fisheries to the Brink

By ANDREW JACOBS/ APRIL 30, 2017/ NYTIMES

JOAL, Senegal — Once upon a time, the seas teemed with mackerel, squid and sardines, and life was good. 640 more words

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‘All-Weather Friendship’: COP22 and Its Effect on Sino-African Relations

Written by Niall Duggan and Obert Hodzi.

Statements made by leaders of China and the United States between 2014 and 2016 outlined the two countries’ joint actions and leadership to deal with the challenges of climate change. 1,041 more words

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Japan and China court Africa

Written by Julie Yu-Wen Chen and Obert Hodzi.

Africa is currently being courted by both China and Japan. Rich in natural resources and a growing market, Africa is important to both East Asian economic giants. 999 more words

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Refuting the racist Chinese narrative

Written by Barry Sautman and Yan Hairong.

One of our research areas focuses on the links between China and Africa links. An often-raised issue about that interface concerns the place of “race.” We have responded in… 1,044 more words

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China’s South China Sea Diplomacy Could Use Some Lessons from Africa

By Alfredo C. Robles, Jr. / June 29, 2016 / The Diplomat

China has been actively seeking international support for its position that the South China Sea dispute with the Philippines should be resolved exclusively by negotiations among the parties directly concerned and thus should not have been submitted to arbitration. 632 more words

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