Howard French on new Chinese Migrants in Africa

Posted on April 4, 2011. Filed under: Migration |

This morning I came across a very interesting audio recording online, courtesy of the Open Society Fellowship programme.

In a discussion hosted in late February, Fellow Howard French shares a very interesting narrative on his research on new Chinese migrants in Africa. Through in-depth interviews conducted with migrants in Mozambique, Ethiopia, Liberia, and Namibia, as well as members of the communities in which they live and work, French captures a range of interesting insights into migration decision-making processes and social and economic integration practices.

To listen to the discussion, click here.

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