On October 18, Young China Watchers hosted a conversation with Lina Ayenew Getachew, Miatta Momoh and Joseph Olivier Mendo’o, who all work on Africa-China issues. This panel discusses the past, present and future of Africa-China relations; Africanness in a China context; and change-making in the Africa-China space.
In collaboration with Black Livity China
About Lina Ayenew
Lina Getachew Ayenew is an author and independent consultant focused on China-Africa policy and market research. Her notable works include The Complete Beginners’ Guide to China-Africa relations.
About Miatta Momoh
Miatta Momoh is a Co-founder and Business Development Manager at Kente & Silk. Kente & Silk is a social enterprise aiming to change the status quo of Africa-China relations and drive towards a new era of Africa-China partnerships, primarily through rebranding China in Africa; strategic advisory services; and deep-dive trips to Africa.
About Joseph Olivier Mendo’o
Joseph Olivier Mendo’o is a Cameroonian PhD candidate at Peking University. His research focus includes Francophone Africa-China relations and he regularly appears on CGTN as a guest commentator on Africa-China relations.