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Portraits of Africans in Guangzhou capture China's shrinking "Chocolate City"

On a pedestrian bridge in Guangzhou, on a summer evening in 2009, I came upon Wu Yong Fu—a man in his early thirties who worked on the bridge. 1,249 more words

Today is Music Day

Die Antwoord is a South African rap band, and while they work very hard to look alien and pretend they don’t give a fuck, this video shows they are also introspective and very aware of their origin. 392 more words


A Kenyan One-China Lesson

WORD REACHES US from Nairobi of two curious incidents involving Kenyan authorities deporting groups of Taiwanese to China.

Last Friday, eight Taiwanese were forcibly sent to China… 332 more words


Kenya is the latest battleground for China's supremacy over Taiwan

Nairobi, Kenya

Kenya is the middleman in a bizarre and quickly escalating diplomatic row between China and Taiwan. This morning (April 12), Kenyan police fired tear gas… 823 more words

What Africa's emerging cities can learn from China

Cape Town, South Africa

By 2030, more than half of African residents will be living in cities. These cities are being built, in large part, by China—from major roads to government buildings, apartment towers, and sports stadiums. 784 more words

Sino - Egyptian Relations: A growing bond

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has come under heavy fire from Western critics who accuse him of returning to the autocracy endured under the its previous leader Mubarak who was deposed in 2011. 489 more words

China Goes Global

Chinese firm sets up poultry farm in SW Nigeria

A Chinese firm in southwest Nigeria’s Ogun State has set up an integrated poultry farm in order to focus on enhancing the nation’s food security through commercial agricultural production. 127 more words