A closed restaurant and shops in Guangzhou’s Xiaobei neighbourhood, as it starts to recover from the impact of the coronavirus. Photo: Reuters A closed restaurant and shops in Guangzhou’s Xiaobei neighbourhood, as it starts to recover from the impact of the coronavirus. Photo: Reuters
A closed restaurant and shops in Guangzhou’s Xiaobei neighbourhood, as it starts to recover from the impact of the coronavirus. Photo: Reuters

China’s African traders try to move on from Covid-19 racism and business ruin

  • Some of those living in an area of Guangzhou dubbed Little Africa experienced more extreme discrimination during the outbreak
  • Their strong support for the US’ Black Lives Matter protests leaves them questioning whether to stay or leave

Topic |   China-Africa relations
A closed restaurant and shops in Guangzhou’s Xiaobei neighbourhood, as it starts to recover from the impact of the coronavirus. Photo: Reuters A closed restaurant and shops in Guangzhou’s Xiaobei neighbourhood, as it starts to recover from the impact of the coronavirus. Photo: Reuters
A closed restaurant and shops in Guangzhou’s Xiaobei neighbourhood, as it starts to recover from the impact of the coronavirus. Photo: Reuters
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