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Tweet of the Day: Proud to be at China’s International Import Expo in Shanghai

Today's Tweet by ASENIA, an African entrepreneurs association, highlights the sense of pride that a number of African delegations have about attending the ongoing China import expo that's taking place now in Shanghai. A number of African delegations and attendees have posted photos on social media that ...

Tweet of the Day: Call for the U.S. to Host Its Own “Africa Summit”

While a growing number of African social media users are becoming increasingly frustrated by their leaders going overseas for one "Africa Summit" after another this year, Ethiopian-American businessman Zamedeneh Negatu says there should be one more on the calendar, in the United States.

Tweet of the Day: China’s All-Expense Paid Junkets for African Journalists Are Quite Effective at Building Goodwill

Today's Tweet comes from Ugandan journalist Sarah Kyobe who showcases how effective China's outreach to African journalists has been quite effective in building goodwill. The Chinese government spends a considerable amount of money every year to pay for hundreds of African journalists and media professionals to visit ...

Tweet of the Day: While the U.S. Talks About Building Things in Africa… Here’s the Kind of Thing the Chinese Are Doing Right Now.

This Tweet from Harare, Zimbabwe should give U.S. officials pause about the effectiveness of all those warnings to African governments about becoming too dependent on Chinese aid, loans and trade. The $100 million new parliament building, all funded and built by the Chinese, is starting to take ...

Leading South African Financial Newspaper Gets Called Out for Publishing Chinese Propaganda

On November 4, the South African financial daily Business Day published a 12-page insert "celebrating Mao's revolution" in China. The supplement was labeled an "advertorial," which didn't go down well with some readers who felt it was misleading. In a letter ...

Tweet of the Day: South Sudan is one of the Few Places Where Chinese and European Diplomats Actually Seem Like They Want to Work Together

EU Ambassador to South Sudan, Dr. Sinead Walsh, posted this image today on the EU in South Sudan Twitter feed that shows herself alongside EU Special Representative for the Horn of ...

When China Pushes Back Against the U.S. on Human Rights, It Plays Very Well in Many African Countries

At a press conference broadcast live on TV, Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta did not appreciate being lectured by former U.S. President Barack Obama on gay rights. "We ...

Chinese Vlogger Zhao Huiling Showcases How African Fashion Brands Can Compete Internationally

Chinese social media video blogger, or "vlogger," Zhao Huiling, takes her viewers to the Designing Africa Collective (DAC) in Nairobi that showcases some of the latest styles by talented designers from across the continent. Huiling speaks with DAC founder Diana Opoti about how African fashion brands can prepare themselves ...

Tweet of the Day: The Chinese in Africa Prove the Old Saying That “90% of Success is Just Showing Up”

Nigeria-based Onye Nkuzi is a popular commentator on Twitter where he has more than 115,000 followers. He regularly shares his insights on African political issues and China-Africa relations. You can follow Onye ...

Few Africans Consume China’s Official Media, But Everyone Loves the Content They Get on Chinese Tech Platforms

China has invested millions in building a sizable media presence in Africa with hundreds of staff at CGTN's production hub in Nairobi, stakes in South Africa's Independent Media Group and dozens of Xinhua news agency bureaus across the continent. China thought that if it could build a ...
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