By Ruoxi Lyu In 2011, Milagros migrated to Lima from Iquitos, the capital of the Peruvian Amazon, to make a living. Every month, Milagros transferred part of her wages to support her family. However, it was arduous for her mother to withdraw the funds. From an isolated town with no bank branches to the closest agent, her mother had to travel about 45 minutes by … Continue reading How the Peruvian Government and Social Enterprises Promote Digital Financial Inclusion
Under the impact of the reform and opening-up policy in China during the 1980s, more and more Chinese companies started to seek business opportunities in various African countries. According to the data provided by China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the bilateral trade in 1999 between China and African Countries was 7 times more than that in 1979. However, the major players in the mid-1990’s were … Continue reading Africa-based Chinese Tech Companies vs Chinese Construction Companies: A Dispatch on Labor Relations
“I am no longer needed by my customers, but I do not need them either,” said Mourice, a driver who has switched from driving traditional taxis to Ubers. A wind of ride-sharing has blown into Kenya as Uber entered this country in 2015, with the number of drivers increasing dramatically, from one thousand to ten thousand approximately. Following the booming trend of the ride-sharing market … Continue reading P2P Ride-Sharing in Kenya: What Is China’s Didi Getting Into?
“蒙内铁路于今年6月开通，从目前通过GPS项圈收集的数据看，大象正在学习如何通过蒙内铁路为动物迁徙专设的通道，GPS项圈给我们提供了很多有用的信息。”拯救大象组织的助理研究员麦克说。 Continue reading 非洲的野保黑科技？我们采访了东非最大项圈生产商亨瑞克
“Chinese are helping Africa’s wildlife conservation?” laughed some American tourists … Continue reading The Meeting of Chinese Solar Lighting and Kenyan Elephant Conservation