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There are Chinese Racists and There are Chinese Global Citizens

China House students working with wildlife conservation staff in Kenya to install lights as a means to reduce human-animal interaction.

Let’s admit right up front that there are racists in China and let’s not pretend there wasn’t racial discrimination against Africans in Guangzhou — although recent events there were much more than just an outright expression of discrimination against Africans and black people: it was also a mixture of fear about COVID-19, the legal status of certain immigrants, miscommunication… and, yes, racism.

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