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“China gives and China takes”

African traders and the nondocumenting states

Shanshan Lan

in China: A sociocultural study and its implications on Africa-China relations . Amherst, NY : Cambria Press . Bork-Hüffer , Tabea , Birte Rafflenbeul , Frauke Kraas , and Zhigang Li . 2014 . Global change, national development goals

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Places of Otherness

Comparing Eastleigh, Nairobi, and Xiaobei, Guangzhou, as Sites of South-South Migration

Neil Carrier and Gordon Mathews

and Arab foreigners, on the other hand, are unambiguously foreign in the context of China, and although scholars have asked whether there might be an emergent new African Chinese ethnic group in the future ( Bodomo 2010 ), or whether China might ever

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Cormac Ó Beaglaoich, Mark Kiss, Clíodhna Ní Bheaglaoich, and Todd G. Morrison

background,” and less than 1 percent identified as “African,” “Chinese,” or “Other.” Approximately 92 percent ( n = 252) of respondents identified as “exclusively heterosexual,” 4.7 percent ( n = 13) as “more heterosexual than gay,” 1.1 percent ( n = 3) as

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Lawrence Ogbo Ugwuanyi

-, Indo-, Nippo- and other modernities (these being respectively modernised version of distinct traditions of European, African, Chinese, Indian, Japanese and other cultures’ (Chinweizu, J.O. 1993). It is also important to cite some assessments of African

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Ka-Kin Cheuk

Trading Community in Guangzhou: An Emerging Bridge for African-China Relations . The China Quarterly 203 : 693 – 707 . Cao , Y. 2015 . Quanqiu Shijue Xiade Zhimindiguoshi Yanjiu: Yi Xinjiapo He Xianggang De Xike Jingcha Wei Zhongxin De Tan Tao [A