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A spirited discussion about the burgeoning China-Africa relationship, featuring voices from all over the world.

A spirited discussion about the burgeoning China-Africa relationship, featuring voices from all over the world.
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United States

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World Talk

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A spirited discussion about the burgeoning China-Africa relationship, featuring voices from all over the world.

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 49 - A Zambian Perspective of Sata's Zambia

12/1/2014
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What did Michael Sata, the recently passed President of Zambia, mean to Zambians who had worked and lived in China, or even married Chinese people? Host Winslow Robertson asks returning guest Kumbukilani Phiri, who worked for a Chinese green energy company in Zambia, Sunshine Kaidi New Energy Group and speaks fluent Mandarin after studying Civil Engineering in Guangxi university. He is uniquely situated to talk about the Zambia-China relationship, and we are delighted to having him on the...

Episode 45 - Why you should go to Morocco

11/3/2014
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The Africa-China relationship is pretty smooth when you have the Export-Import Bank of China or the China Development Bank throwing billions of dollars in your direction. However, not everyone involved in the relationship is so lucky. In this episode, host Winslow Robertson speaks to an individual Chinese entrepreneur, Liang Zhang, who is a travel consultant, bringing small Chinese tour groups to Morocco to experience the country and its culture. We discuss how he got started, why he chose...

Episode 32 - Business and Pleasure: Afro-Chinese Marriages (1/2)

6/9/2014
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As more Africans set up shop in Guangzhou, there has been a corresponding increase in Afro-Chinese marriages. Hosts Winslow Robertson and Dr. Nkemjika Kalu talked to Jenni Marsh, who just wrote a brilliant article at South China Morning Post's Post Magazine on that very topic: "Afro-Chinese marriages boom in Guangzhou: but will it be 'til death do us part'?" Marsh is Assistant Editor of Post Magazine at South China Morning Post in Hong Kong. She is currently researching the African...