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African Celebrities, Billionaires, Activists, and Students All Speak Out on Current Challenges in the China-Africa Relationship

Cheddar aka Freedom Jacob Caesar

In the immediate aftermath of the crisis in Guangzhou, the discourse over what happened was dominated by political leaders, official spokespeople on all sides, and state-run media outlets. Civil society stakeholders, for the most part, were not as vocal. Now, that’s all changed and a wide cross-section of people from various backgrounds and nationalities are speaking out.

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