A marriage boom of sorts is underway in China where a growing number of African men are tying the knot with Chinese women. While these new families are breaking long-held cultural stereotypes, they are also confronting a whole set of new challenges in the form of China’s byzantine legal system. The South China Morning Post’s Jenni Marsh joins us to discuss her reporting on these new unions and the difficulties ahead for these Sino-African newlyweds.
[RE POST] A small, introductory and general talk I gave in Korea – in an early stage of my research – about Africans in Guangzhou
A Cameroonian national was stabbed to death in Fuzhou, Fujian Province at 4am June 15th, after being chased down by what has been described as a group of Chinese men.
The man has been identified as Ambe George, an MC known as The One.
Details of the murder remain unclear, but according to an eyewitness in a Chinese news report, the attack occurred in the entertainment area of Fuxin Rd, close to Fuzhou’s Yuefeng building.
The eyewitness told reporters that he was calling a friend in the neighborhood when he suddenly heard a commotion behind him. He then saw a dark-skinned man run out from the Yuefeng building being chased by a number of men, at least one brandishing a knife. [CONTINUE READING HERE] [Shanghaiist Report HERE]