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The BBC investigative unit Africa Eye turned a powerful spotlight last month on a multi-million dollar business in China that exploits people in developing regions, including young children in Africa, to produce so-called "blessing videos." more
China's Special Envoy for the Horn of Africa, Xue Bing, wrapped up a two-day peace conference in Addis Ababa last week, Beijing's first-ever effort to mediate conflicts outside of Asia. Xue personally offered to serve as a broker to help resolve many... more
China's Consul General in New York City, Huang Ping, is a veteran diplomat with extensive experience in both North America and Africa. Prior to taking on the CG role in NYC, Huang was ambassador to Zimbabwe from 2015 to 2018. more
They have a female indigenous African voice at the beginning and end of the podcast, but no Black African scholars, journalists, or China experts. As a result, albeit very informative, this podcast is quite colonial in nature. Non-native Africans talking about Africa reproduces White supremacy and European imperialism.
Great podcast. I like the gravitas and nuances surrounding discussions of complex Global Issues. more
Seems Africa/ Global South centered. Probably more scholars and citations from the region giving insights would hold more weight.
Eric and Cobus provide the best podcast on China’s influence in Africa. I would love more podcasts about clean energy infrastructure.
This is the exact podcast I've been looking for. China-Africa issues are a special interest of mine and I'm so happy that there is a whole podcast devoted to it! The guests are fantastic and the hosts are dynamic. I recommend this podcast to anyone with a passing interest in China or Africa. The episodes are very detailed, as all the SupChina podcasts are.
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The China in Africa Podcast launched 11 years ago and published 641 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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