[VIDEO] China in Africa: Perspectives from Ghana

The overwhelming majority of videos and documentaries produced about the Chinese in Africa are done through the perspective of Anglo eyes.  In contrast, “China in Africa” offers a the duel contrasts of both Chinese and Ghanian views on the changing role of China’s engagement in that country.  The video is beautifully shot and offers and a compelling narrative that is not well understood by most outsiders.  The producer also features an interview with China-Africa scholar Deborah Brautigam that offers some helpful historical context.

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5 Responses to “[VIDEO] China in Africa: Perspectives from Ghana”

  1. […] speaking of China in Africa, China Talking Points blog points us to a video produced by Edward Bishop with looks at attitudes toward Chinese in Ghana […]

  2. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Ghana, Eric Olander 欧瑞克. Eric Olander 欧瑞克 said: #China in #Africa: video perspective from #Ghana. Fantastic short video that includes both Ghanian & PRC experiences: http://bit.ly/hgxmRa […]

  3. […] affiliate, China Talking Points, recently posted a short video called China in Africa, by Vimeo user Edward Bishop. It’s short on content, and seems like a preview or a pitch for […]

  4. […] as well as Rita Marley, Seydou Kouyate and Deborah Brautigan and a cast of Chinese and Ghana. Found via China Talking Points; see also African […]

  5. [VIDEO] China in Africa: Perspectives from Ghana…

    Here at World Spinner we are debating the same thing……

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