A cyclist passes a poster in a part of Guangzhou where most African people live and work. Photo: EPA-EFE A cyclist passes a poster in a part of Guangzhou where most African people live and work. Photo: EPA-EFE
A cyclist passes a poster in a part of Guangzhou where most African people live and work. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | Racist acts in China against Africans expose hypocrisy of outcry over Chinese travel bans

  • The stereotyping of black people is common in Chinese society, and the pandemic has only fanned the prejudice
  • It is a good step for the authorities to ease restrictions on the African community in Guangzhou

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A cyclist passes a poster in a part of Guangzhou where most African people live and work. Photo: EPA-EFE A cyclist passes a poster in a part of Guangzhou where most African people live and work. Photo: EPA-EFE
A cyclist passes a poster in a part of Guangzhou where most African people live and work. Photo: EPA-EFE
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