Ep4. A conversation with Lina Benabdallah on China and Africa

18th century Edo Peoples Copper alloy rooster, Benin kingdom court style. Now in the National Museum of African Art, Washington DC. (unforth/Flickr)
18th century Edo Peoples Copper alloy rooster, Benin kingdom court style. Now in the National Museum of African Art, Washington DC. (unforth/Wikimedia Commons)

Happy Lunar New Year! It’s the year of the rooster. Because of course.

We at Ufahamu Africa have been thinking about what the new year may hold for China-Africa relations. We chatted this week with Lina Benabdallah, a Ph.D. candidate in political science at the University of Florida who studies Chinese investment in human resource development in Africa.

 

Music in this week’s episode comes from Angel Mutoni.


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