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A Chinese Youth and His Charity Foundation in Tanzania

A Chinese Youth and His Charity Foundation in Tanzania The following article was written by Bo Sun. My name is Bo Sun, a Chinese student studying in Reno, Nevada and whose father works and lives in Tanzania. During the Christmas holiday of 2016, I visited Dar ...

Can Chinese Technology be a Game-changer in African Wildlife Conservation?

The following article was written by Sun Haolun of China House Kenya in Nairobi “It’s not easy for a Chinese guy to work in wildlife conservation in Africa. In the eyes of  Chinese people, working in the wild of Africa is quite dangerous and crazy. And in the ...

How Chinese Companies Deal with Labor Strikes and Unions in Kenya

The following article was written by Tang Yuchen, a youth fellow at China House Kenya in Nairobi “There were hundreds of thousands of people, like a black storm sweeping across the field. Tires were burned, stones were thrown everywhere as if it was a war movie”, Mr. Lu painfully recalled ...

African Female Workers in Chinese Companies in Kenya: Myths and Challenges

The following article was written by Chen Jin, a youth fellow at China House Kenya “Honestly, we don't want any female workers here.” Ms. Zhou, manager of an upscale Chinese restaurant in Nairobi, put it without hesitation. Indeed, local women are under-represented in Chinese companies operating ...

Law Enforcement Changes Chinese Involvement in Ivory Trade in Kenya

The following article was written by Jing Wang, a youth fellow at China House Kenya “Whatever you do in Kenya, you avoid meddling with wildlife affairs -- they get you into serious trouble”, said Angela Chang who has stayed ...

In Kenya, When Young Chinese Met The Maasai For Anti-Female Genital Mutilation: A Reflection of Chinese Volunteers In Africa

The following article was written by Bu Fan, Chen Si, Sun Jiayi, Ting Yujan, youth fellows at China House Kenya “You are seen as role models. From you, they will have that motivation,” Abdirisack Jaldesa, the governor of Oloitoktok said to us, “In the future they ...

Chinese E-commerce Meets East African Tech

The following article was written by Dong Yuntong, a fellow at China House Kenya “I usually check online shopping websites because I like their convenience, relatively guaranteed quality and affordability,” explains John. Despite working in one of the biggest shopping centers in Nairobi, Kenya, over the past ...

From Aid to Business: Chinese Medical Companies Arrive in Africa

The following article was written by Wang Yujue, a fellow at China House Kenya “Nowadays, getting malaria is like getting the common cold,” explains Nancy, who has long suffered from the illness—a result, she suspects, of the unsanitary conditions of the community in western Nairobi where she makes ...

(Pre-)Made in China? The prospects of Chinese prefabricated houses in Kenya

The following article was written by Sun Shuangqi, a fellow at China House Kenya “After Chinese firms finished the construction project, Kenyans kept the prefab houses. They went like hot cakes,” explained Susan, the founder of a Kenyan female empowerment foundation. Soila is in her 50s ...

Can Chinese Solar Companies Penetrate into Rural Africa?

By Chen Jiayi, Youth Fellow at China House in Nairobi, Kenya “If I tell you that this phone is made in China, what is your first thoughts?”, David, worked in Teule Kenya, an NGO organization working on education, smiled and asked a question in reply when ...
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