The Chinese Are Coming
Episode 1

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I am glad to see that the film showed the lifestyle of Chinese workers and their attitudes. However, I do not think that the film speaks fairly for the majority of Chinese companies. Also, I think the film did not touch the key problem regarding the relationship between China and African ...Read more

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As a Chinese and know some people working in Africa. My point of view is that this film is to some extent biased.

Recently there is hot topic raised in China: Why the Chinese government spent heaps of money in Africa while people in rural areas in China are still poor?

Well, ...Read more

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