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Fostering Empathy is Key for China’s Next Generation to Challenge Anti-Black Racism

By China House Fellows Jinhao Bai, Yi Cheng, Jiasui Xie, Ruoyu Yan “If we want to confront the issue of racism, everyone needs to take their share of responsibility. This 'everyone' includes you, me, and all the other individuals living in ...

Hatred and Hospitality: See the Complexity of Racism in Guangzhou

By China House Fellows Andy Zhang, Jie Cang, Ziyu Lin and Yirong Xu “We don’t want gifts and apologies: We want our dignity…We have fractured this world.” – Kevin, student “But ...

Anti-Black Cyber Racism in China

By China House Student Fellows Xinjian Lyu, Chenxing Ji, Yuncheng Chi, Shizhen Gu Guangzhou, one of the most developed cities in China, has become a popular place among foreign immigrants. The majority of immigrants here in Guangzhou are Africans who seek ...

Exploring the Boundary Between Casual Racism and Curiosity Through Lived Experience of Black People in Guangzhou

“You don’t get to be Black in China and just be, you have to consider all the other stuff you have to deal with in order to have the experience you are trying to have,” says Jane (alias), an African American woman who has worked and lived ...