Africa's Relationship With China Is Ancient History
Tang pottery and coins found in Africa present the most direct evidence of Sino-African trade, and Tang clay figurines and paintings of Africans have been found in China, showing that China's relationship with Africa stretches back centuries - as far back as 138 BC, writes Yunus Momoniat for Africa in Fact.
Africa In Fact, 23 June 2017
In 2002 South Africa's Parliament unveiled a digital reproduction of a map - of China, the Middle East and Africa - that some speculated could be the first map of the African… Read more »
Africa: Building On Local Skills
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Africa and China go way back.
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