Africa

What has China learned that is relevant for African agricultural development and food policy?

Stanford University presents a talk with Scott Rozelle and Alain de Janvry on similarities in Chinese and African agricultural development and food policy.

Will Africa Feed China?

The USC U.S.-China Institute presents a book talk by Deborah Brautigam, one of the world’s leading experts on China and Africa. "Will Africa Feed China?" explores China’s evolving global quest for food security and Africa’s possibilities for structural transformation.

Chinese-African trade and investment relationships

The Institute for Chinese Studies at the Ohio State University presents a talk on Chinese-African trade and investment relationships as part of the "China at a Crossroads" Lecture Series.

Who Wins? China Wires Africa: The Cases of Angola and Nigeria

The discussion explores the impact of the growing presence of Chinese telecommunications equipment makers and service providers in Africa's telecommunication markets.

Ritual Seals as Evidence for Silk Road Studies

Stanford University Center for East Asian Studies hosts a talk with Paul Copp exploring the connections of ritual seals to the Silk Road trade.

Exploring Music in China's New African Diaspora - An Innovative U.S.-China Team Research Project

The Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies hosts a discussion with the team, lead by Professor Su Zheng, that is researching the impact of music in China's African Diaspora

Panel Discussion: Kung Fu Wildstyle

Fab 5 Freddy, MC Yan, and Sean Dinsmore, who organized Kung Fu Wildstyle exhibitions in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and New York City, will discuss the connections between African American and Asian pop culture.

Feeding Frenzy: China, Africa, and the 'Great Land Grab'

USC Dornsife's Center for International Studies presents a talk by Deborah Brautigam on the affairs of China in the African continent

Film Screening: Guangzhou Dream Factory

Featuring a dynamic cast of men and women from Cameroon, Kenya, Nigeria and Uganda, GUANGZHOU DREAM FACTORY weaves the stories of Africans chasing alluring, yet elusive, “Made in China” dreams into a compelling critique of 21st century global capitalism. Following a filmmaker’s journey from Ghana to China and back to Africa, GUANGZHOU DREAM FACTORY provides a rare glimpse of African aspirations in an age of endless outsourcing.

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