Chinese companies have long being accused of exploiting African labour and excluding locals from skills development, but a continental pushback might force change In a wood-panelled room on the Jinhua campus of Zhejiang Normal University, by the picture-perfect Xinyue Lake, is a wonderful and surprising secret: one of the most valuable collections of African artefacts […]

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