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Volume 7 • Number 10 • May 2015


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Africans in China: Guangzhou and Beyond - Issues and Reviews
by guest editor Adams Bodomo
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African Diaspora in China: Reality, Research and Reflection
by Li Anshan
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African Traders in Yiwu: Their Trade Networks and their Role in the Distribution of "Made In China" Products in Africa
by Daouda Cissé
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Networks, Spheres of Influence and the Mediation of Opportunity: The Case of West African Trade Agents in China
by Laurence Marfaing and Alena Thiel
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Structure and Agency: Africana Immigrants in China
by Carlton Jama Adams
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African University Students in China's Hong Kong
by Chak-pong Gordon Tsui and Hei-hang Hayes Tang
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Counting Beans: Some Empirical and Methodological Problems for Calibrating the African Presence in Greater China
by Adams Bodomo and Caroline Pajancic
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