Africans in China and Chinese in Africa: Identities, Inequalities and Well-Being
Published in Asian Ethnicity
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The theme of this special issue emerged from a symposium which aimed to foster transdisciplinary and comparative research on the ever-maturing relationship between China and African countries. This unique collection of articles delves into key discussions in the Africa-China discourse, including the wellbeing, social identities and different kinds of socio-cultural and economic inequalities of Africans in China and Chinese in Africa.
|Africans in China and Chinese in Africa: inequalities, social identities, and wellbeing||Padmore Adusei Amoah , Obert Hodzi & Roberto Castillo|
|Playing the China card or yellow perils? China, ‘the Chinese’, and race in South African politics and society||Yoon Jung Park|
|(Re)mediating ‘blackness’ in Hong Kong Chinese medium newspapers: representations of African cultures in relation to Hong Kong||Shun Man Emily Chow-Quesada & Facil Tesfaye|
|The comforts of home: a historical study of family well-being among Chinese migrants in South Africa||Liang Xu|
|Historical and contemporary perspectives on inequalities and well-being of Africans in China||Adams Bodomo|
|Psychological Wellbeing in Diaspora Space: A Study of African Economic Migrants in Hong Kong||Padmore Adusei Amoah et al.|
|Africans in post-COVID-19 pandemic China: is there a future for China's 'new minority'?||Roberto Castillo & Padmore Adusei Amoah|
|Bridging the asymmetries? African students’ mobility to China||Obert Hodzi|
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