Across Africa and Black Diaspora Rage Steadily Increases Over Reports of Discrimination and Maltreatment in Guangzhou

By Eric Olander It’s been several weeks since the first reports of widespread mistreatment of and discrimination against African residents in Guangzhou first emerged, and since then anger and frustration among broad swathes of African civil society and the larger global black diaspora has only intensified. One of Nigeria’s largest newspapers, The Guardian, has become the latest mainstream media outlet on the continent to issue a … Continue reading Across Africa and Black Diaspora Rage Steadily Increases Over Reports of Discrimination and Maltreatment in Guangzhou

访华美籍人士眼中的中国形象变化 ——来了中国才知道的真相

在当今错综复杂的中美关系和世界形势下,中国作为一个快速崛起的文明国 家,吸引了无数美国人及世界公民的目光。在中国向世界展示自身的“全新大国” 名片时,在中国向全球讲述自己的“中国故事”时,他国民众眼里变化着的中国 形象似是一面镜子,映出中国发展路上的点滴。 Continue reading 访华美籍人士眼中的中国形象变化 ——来了中国才知道的真相

The “Invisible” Chinese in Brazil: Strategy or Tragedy?

“It’s a mystery,” said Teresa Rossi, a researcher from CEBRI who studies Brazil-China relationship, talking about the efforts the Chinese companies in Brazil made. This gives an example of the lack of visibility of Chinese activities in Brazil. Brazil, the biggest economy in South America, ranks 4th in size and 5th in population among all the countries. Both as members of BRICS, Brazil and China … Continue reading The “Invisible” Chinese in Brazil: Strategy or Tragedy?

The “Paisano” Relationship of 170 Years between China and Peru: Past, Present, and Future

Its exotic meats and products are the source for almost all of the restaurants, lodges, and cruise ships in this area. Belen Market is located in Iquitos, the largest city in the Peruvian Amazon region. Known as “the Venice of the Amazon jungle,”  it is one of Peru’s busiest and most picturesque markets with a hubbub of voices every day. A skinny man shuttles through … Continue reading The “Paisano” Relationship of 170 Years between China and Peru: Past, Present, and Future

A New Idea to Improve Lives of Amazonian Indigenous People: Social Innovation

Many years from now, as she faces her rebuilt home, Dalia will recall the massive fire that swept the city hilltop in November 2016. At that time, Cantagallo was a slum in the sandy wasteland just a few blocks away from the Peruvian capital Lima’s main square, where hundreds of families of the Shipibo-Konibo community lived. They lost everything in this fire that went through … Continue reading A New Idea to Improve Lives of Amazonian Indigenous People: Social Innovation