Last Saturday, The Wall Street Journal's Josh Chin examined the emergence of distinct Chinese and...
by Cindy | Nov 6, 2014
An environmental watchdog organization has accused Chinese officials and businessmen of smuggling...
by Josh Rudolph | Mar 21, 2013
Xi Jinping's first overseas tour as China's president is set to commence this weekend. After a stop in Russia, President Xi will travel to Africa - a continent where Beijing's influence is a subject of much debate - to visit...
by Samuel Wade | Jul 9, 2011
The appetites of newly wealthy Chinese for ostentatious luxuries are fuelling elephant poaching across Africa. At Vanity Fair, Alex Shoumatoff writes that in the illegal ivory trade, "all roads lead to Guangzhou": In 2008,...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 2, 2010
A lengthy investigative report in the Spectator on the poaching and destruction of African elephants in Tanzania points to Chinese smugglers: The next day we met Salim and another dealer, Daudi, at a petrol station. They got in...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 8, 2008
Slate Magazine looks at the positive side of China's investment in Africa: While the United States and Europe still loom large here as cultural and economic icons, China is making inroads into Africa in rivulets. In this city,...
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