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Africa Week 2020 Kicks Off Today in Beijing

Africa Week 2020 in Beijing gets underway today and this year many events will take place on Zoom. So even if you’re not in China you should check out the cool things they have planned.

The team at Kente & Silk, the festival’s organizers, has an week of amazing activities planned. Here are some of the Zoom-based events:

  • MONDAY: Career & Employment Boot Camp for anyone interested in working in the China-Africa space. This will be on Zoom so anyone anywhere can take part. Click here for info & tickets.
  • WEDNESDAY: China Africa Stories IV: How to avoid unsustainable development in Africa-China projects. Stephany Zoo will host this timely discussion. Tickets: https://lnkd.in/g3EstB

And if you’re in Bejing this week, you should definitely check out all of the other cool things they have planned

 Tickets & more information here.

SUGGESTED READING:

For more information about Africa Week 2020 in Beijing, don’t miss the latest edition of the CAP Podcast that features an interview with event organizer Miatta Momoh and Stephany Zoo who’ll be moderating one of the online conferences this week.

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