Casting an impartial eye over China’s ongoing economic annexation of Africa, this fascinating doc raises big questions about where the global balance of power will shift as a result. Is China’s huge investment in the world’s poorest, yet most naturally rich continent something Africa desperately needs after decades of ineffectual charity initiatives? Or is it economic colonisation? Either way, this is a fascinating look at the effects – good and bad – that the émigré engineers, farmers and entrepreneurs from one cradle of civilisation are having on another.
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