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‘White South Africans’ Starts Trending on Twitter After Woman’s Comments About Hong Kong Protests

A white South African woman who moved to Hong Kong has become a topic of discussion on social media after a video of her making a plea for Hong Kong protests to stop went viral. The young woman dressed in ...

Chinese and Africans are Having Totally Different Conversations About Their Relationship

In this week's episode, Effy Zhang, a Beijing-based global affairs reporter for the privately-run financial news outlet Caixin, joins Eric & Cobus to talk about how she covers China-Africa issues for her readers in China. It's interesting to compare Chinese news coverage from that ...

New Generation of Vloggers Aims to Tell a Different China-Africa Story

When Shanghai-native Zhao Huiling was 12, her family moved from China to Ghana where she lived until she was 18 years old. When she came back to China as a young adult, she quickly became frustrated with the stereotypes of Africa that are widely ...

How Media Both Reflects and Directs Increased Anti-Chinese Sentiment in Zambia

This week Eric and Cobus discuss the recent surge of anti-Chinese sentiment in Zambiawhere public anger is on the rise against politicians in both Lusaka and Beijing. 

Previewing the Upcoming FOCAC Summit Through the Media's Lens

With the Forum on China Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) summit now just weeks away, international press coverage of the event is now ramping up. Over the past several weeks, Eric & Cobus have done a number of interviews with journalists around the world about what ...

Black Panther Sparks Debate Over Anti-Black Racism in China

The Marvel superhero blockbuster Black Panther generated a respectable $100 million at the Chinese box office in March, making it the film’s top overseas market. The movie had a very strong opening in China, earning more than ...

China-Africa Relations as Seen Through the Lens of a New Generation

Independent filmmakers Jidi Guo and Philip Man join Eric & Cobus to discuss their new documentary about how a new generation is responding to China’s growing influence in Kenya. This is the first documentary produced by the Shanghai-based pair who took 10 days of ...

How One Young Chinese Scholar Wants to Change Outdated Perceptions of Africa

Leo Li is a Phd candidate in African politics at China's prestigious Tsinghua University in Beijing. Before he returned to Beijing to continue his academic work, Leo spent years reporting from Africa for the China Daily newspaper and later as a TV reporter for ...

New Documentary Portrays a More Nuanced View of the African Migrant Experience in China

When filmmakers Zhang Yong, Hodan Abdi and Fu Dong set out to make a new documentary on the African migrant experience in China they were determined to ensure that their own voices and experiences came through in the story. Until now, most if not ...

China's StarTimes Is Now One of Africa's Most Important Media Companies

The Beijing-based StarTimes Group is now one of Africa's most important media companies with 10 million subscribers across 30 countries. The pay TV company is leading the continent's transition from analog to digital television with some of the world's most ...
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