Almost exactly two years to the day that I was first interviewed by the China in Africa podcast on the rise of Sinophobia in Lesotho, I was invited back onto […]
What does Fuse ODG, the Ghanaian British hip-hop artist, have in common with Xi Jinping, the President of the People’s Republic of China? It might not be immediately obvious, but […]
Just over a month ago, the world witnessed a rare and significant event: the admission, by a senior Chinese politician, of China’s difficulties in its economic relationship with Africa. Speaking […]
An interesting account of an individual Chinese migrant’s journey from Fujian to Mozambique. Excerpted from China’s Second Continent by Howard W. French Copyright © 2014 by Howard W. French.
By Mothusi Turner I was recently invited by the Oxford Africa Society to speak at the Oxford Africa Conference on a panel titled “On Equal Footing: Changing Africa-China Relations”. I […]
By Sebabatso Manoeli Perhaps it will be personal interactions, not just policies, which will shape the future of Afro-Asian affairs – for better or for worse. The ubiquitous Chinese presence […]
By Giulio Morello photo credit: Commonwealth Secretariat via photopin cc Slovene philosopher and cultural critic Slavoj Žižek recently said of Stalinist regimes that “since the official media do not openly […]