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's Relationship With China Is Ancient History
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 »
Building On Local Skills
Africa In Fact, 22 June 2017
In a wood-panelled room on the Jinhua campus of Zhejiang Normal University, by the picture-perfect Xinyue Lake, is a wonderful and surprising secret: one of the most valuable… Read more »
Africa and China go way back.
A Long History of Beneficial Relations
Nation, 25 May 2017
China's friendship with Kenya dates back to more than 600 years ago, when Zheng He, the great navigator of the Ming Dynasty, arrived in Malindi. Read more »
Huge Presence of Sub Sahara Africa's Cultural Relics in China's National Museum
FrontPageAfrica, 4 April 2017
Amongst 1.4 million artifacts and cultural relics meticulously being preserve in the National Museum of China located a stone throwaway from the famous Tiananmen Square in Beijing,… Read more »
Chinese Archaeologists Keen to Excavate in Egypt - Antiquities Minister
Focac, 29 December 2016
Egypt's Antiquities Minister Khaled al-Anany said in an interview with Xinhua that Chinese archaeologists are very interested in starting excavations in his archaeologically rich… Read more »
China's ambitious and visionary Belt and Road Initiative involves underwriting billions of dollars of infrastructure investment in countries along the old Silk Road - an ancient ... Read more »
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