Africans on China is a platform that elevates the voice of Black people on China. It is a media-tech startup and consultancy on a mission to create a self-sufficient Africa that relates with the world, especially China, on mutually beneficial terms. The team provides expertise on the African and Chinese business and education markets. I was the editor. In my role, I produced articles about Africa-China relations on a culture and people-to-people level, edited and curated content from our writers and contributors, trained the writers in SEO, writing, and posting, and worked with the team to position the platform as a leading voice on Africa-China relations. Below is the content I produced.
How Transsion And Samsung Compete In Ghana With Smartphone Ambassadors
Can Africa Rely On China’s COVID-19 Vaccine After Diplomats Visit SInopharm
South Africa Old Mutual Insurance Expands Into China
Work Ethic And Social Benefits In China With Angel Boakye
Entrepreneurship, Manufacturing In China, And Buying Black With Southern Gents’ Fola Lawson
Chinese In Lesotho: The Need For Few Clashes And More Collaboration
Here’s How Africa Can Leapfrog With eCommerce And Digital Trade Like China
Why Do Stories Of Fatherless Chinese Kids In Africa Disempower African Women?
Is China Funding The Construction Of Akon’s ‘Wakanda’ Inspired Futuristic City In Senegal?
How Can Africa Win In Rivalry Between Chinese and Western Media Domination On The Continent
Why Is Africa The Largest Rice Export Destination For China?
African Art And Artifacts Return Home Thanks To Chinese Investment
This Is How Africa Leverages China’s $730B Belt And Road Initiative To Face Climate Change Risk
TikTok’s Future Rises In Africa As It Faces Ban Threats In US
The Surprising Way China’s TikTok Is Empowering African Artists
Does China’s $218 Million Fashion Industry Welcome African Fashion Designers?
How Black Music Is Influencing China’s $1.1 Billion Music Industry