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The China Africa Project is a multimedia resource dedicated to exploring every aspect of China’s growing engagement with Africa. Through a combination of original content and curation of third-party material from across the Internet, the CAP’s objective is purely informational. None of the blog’s authors or producers have any vested interest in any Chinese or African position.
 
One Away Music.com aims to be the most diverse resource for UK underground music on the internet with articles on Grime, Dubstep, Bassline & UK Hip Hop. The site features news, reviews, interviews, multimedia and a online community. The One Away Music team consists of a dedicated bunch of Grime Kids and Bassline junkies that genuinely care about the UK underground scenes. You can also look forward to contributions from DJs, MCs, Producers and Bloggers, to give you the official lowdown on the ...
 
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After a 2 possibly 3 week pause BC and Emily are back. Emily as Alex Cooper’s #1 superfan talks about her new pod/vlog style episode style and how that could be a new style of podcast. BC talks a bit about AXIE Infinity. Check out the first Pilot from the 137 team here “Creating The World's Most Famous Pigeon | From Scratch” https://youtu.be/TZ54zg…
 
China's apparent decision to bail on financing the $2.8 billion AKK pipeline in Nigeria is the latest evidence that Beijing's strategy to engage the continent has changed, a lot. This pipeline is now the third major project in Nigeria this year that Chinese financiers have walked away from. And it's happening elsewhere too. In Zimbabwe, China's lar…
 
Tanzanian President Samia Hassan surprised a lot of people last month when she announced that talks with China had resumed over the controversial Bagamoyo port deal. This is the deal that President Hassan's predecessor, the late John Magufuli, famously halted back in 2019 when he said only a "drunkard" would accept the terms put forth by China Merc…
 
While China's ties with Europe, the U.S., Japan, and other wealthy northern countries steadily worsen, Beijing is leaning harder on its relations with states in the Global South. The importance of those ties was on full display over the past week on a range of issues, everything from Xinjiang to online governance to infrastructure.Shannon Tiezzi, e…
 
In contrast to last week’s very long episode this week we’re coming to you with a very quick episode where BC & Em talk about a new book that BC has been reading as well as the process Emily has been working on with her teammates over on the ONE37pm team of collaboration and how you can use that same thought process to create something great and ma…
 
DR Congo President Félix Tshisekedi last month traveled to the country's mining heartland in Upper Katanga to personally tell everyone that he's had enough of business as usual and that he plans to renegotiate unfair foreign mining contracts. While he didn't call out the Chinese by name, everyone knew that's precisely who was referring to given tha…
 
On this two part episode of SPP BC and Emily spend the first part of the episode talking about the recent deal between Barstool’s own Alex Cooper, and Spotify. Later in the episode We have an interview with Ike Fontaine founder of Future Media, a company that helps brands grow through podcasting. This was such a great conversation to have and we ar…
 
This week's launch of the new Lagos to Ibadan Standard Gauge Railway may be the last time for a long while that a big multibillion dollars infrastructure project like this is built in Africa using Chinese loans. Chinese development finance lending in Africa and elsewhere throughout the Global South has cratered in recent years and it appears that B…
 
Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee kung fu movies have long been popular in Africa. Now, however, Chinese entertainment content is expanding beyond martial arts to include sports and even soap operas.Chinese television dramas are now starting to find audiences in Africa and the Middle East thanks in part to the growing popularity of the pay-TV service StarT…
 
On this two part episode of SPP we spend the first part of the episode talking all things content as usual and progress on Emily podcast. On the second half of the podcast, BC shares the audio from when he went live on TikTok with Ian Becker a.k.a. Barstool Trading guy and discusses all things crypto and trading. You can follow him on TikTok at @ba…
 
The Nigerian government justified the banning of Twitter on the basis of protecting the country's national interest, security, and sovereignty. Although the move was done for purely domestic political reasons, the government's defense is strikingly similar to the language that China pioneered more than a decade ago when it first introduced its "Cyb…
 
Huawei officially launched HarmonyOS this week, its new mobile operating system. The company was forced to build its own in-house OS after the Trump administration banned it from accessing key U.S. technologies including Alphabet's Android.While Harmony is widely derided, even ridiculed among the U.S. and European tech press (described as the "fake…
 
By now, COVAX, the global vaccine alliance should have shipped almost a quarter of a billion doses to the world's poorest countries. That hasn't happened. In fact, the alliance has distributed just 72 million jabs, a tiny fraction of what's needed. Similarly, the United States has faltered in its efforts to send excess vaccines overseas now that in…
 
Uganda, like many African countries, suffers from an enormous trade deficit with China. Last year, according to UN figures, Uganda exported just $40 million worth of goods to China but imported more than $1.3 billion in return. The government in Kampala knows this is not sustainable in the long run and is now taking measures to address the problem …
 
The Chinese approach to global aid and development is very different than that of traditional donors in the U.S., Europe, and Japan. While Beijing is leveraging much of the existing global development infrastructure, including organizations like the IMF, the WHO, and the UN among others, they're bringing a very different philosophy in how aid is ad…
 
Tested out TikTok LIVE with special guest Kelly Keegs. You should experiment with TikTok Live and repurpose it for podcast or youtube. If you'd like to do a zoom chat, we can talk about anything you like. Just go to brendanclancy.com/calendar and find a slot that works for you. If you'd like to know more about podcast equipment go here: kit.co/bren…
 
African infrastructure financing is facing a crisis. Financing levels have plunged from $100 billion a year in 2014 to just $31 billion last year, according to a new report published by the international law firm Baker McKenzie.This is a massive setback for the continent that's been working hard to fill a gaping infrastructure deficit the AfDB cons…
 
We are so proud of Sam & Ali for one year of Unfit! They have worked so hard to build something so great this past year and we can’t wait to see what this becomes. We talk about Emily’s new podcast and get some perspectives from Sam and Ali and they are able to offer to offer her some great advice as she starts out on the same journey they did just…
 
Environmental issues once featured prominently on the China-Africa agenda where leaders on both sides focused on the wildlife trade, conservation, and a wide range of sustainability issues. Not any more.Today, it's all about access to COVID-19, trade, and the U.S.-China face-off. African leaders, for their part, are not prioritizing critical enviro…
 
Depending on who you speak with, the 25-year Comprehensive Strategic Partnership (CSP) agreement between China and Iran either marks the emergence of a new "axis of evil" that's going to overturn the balance of power in the Middle East or it's just a lot of vague promises that are largely aspirational with no firm commitments.The truth is that no o…
 
Yes! You heard it here first, and it’s in writing so Emily can’t chicken out. She’s finally ready to start her own podcast in the coming weeks, and we’re here to take you along for the ride. If by the time you’re listening to this the position is still available, the link to learn more/apply is here: www.gallerymediagroup.com/careers/one37pm/312255…
 
A pair of recent Congressional hearings revealed the heightened anxiety in Washington about China's expanding presence in the Middle East and North Africa. Both lawmakers and Pentagon officials appear increasingly concerned that China's rapidly expanding economic, security, and diplomatic presence in the region will all come at the expense of the U…
 
If you'd like to do a zoom chat, we can talk about anything you like. Just go to brendanclancy.com/calendar and find a slot that works for you. If you'd like to know more about podcast equipment go here: kit.co/brendanclancy If you'd like to join out Super Producer network on Facebook, go here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/378046142745266/ If yo…
 
Although China has successfully leveraged its strengths in COVID-19 vaccine production to replenish its reservoir of goodwill in many developing countries, elsewhere Beijing is facing growing resistance to its increasingly assertive foreign policy agenda.The U.S. is mobilizing friends and allies to build large coalitions designed to confront China.…
 
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken's comments this week that suggested China imports labor to work on infrastructure projects highlights the incredible durability of one of the oldest myths about Chinese engagement. The reality is there's been a steady decline in the number of Chinese workers over the years and that the overwhelming majority of…
 
No guest this week, just BC and Emily. We cover a lot in this episode, from turning homies into content, sticking with it, and you guessed it, more crypto. If you'd like to do a zoom chat, we can talk about anything you like. Just go to brendanclancy.com/calendar and find a slot that works for you. If you'd like to know more about podcast equipment…
 
While Africa is home to a number of world-class think tanks, very few have deep expertise in China and Asian affairs more broadly. This week, a group of young scholars launched the Afro-Sino Centre for International Relations in Ghana in an effort to help fill that void and provide China-Africa analysis from a distinctly African perspective.AfSCIR …
 
In the run-up to last Friday's U.S.-Japan summit at the White House, there had been a lot of talk that President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga would announce a new initiative to challenge China's Belt and Road Initiative.In the end, it turned out that the two leaders did not address infrastructure development in their summit's joint s…
 
This week Brendan and Emily welcome Kelly Keegs, BC’s longtime friend recently turned official coworker. The three of us talk about how BC and Kelly met, how Kelly went viral for tweeting about “plane breakup”, and how she has worked to create content to get where she is today, and give some advice about content creation Make sure to check Kelly ou…
 
Chinese seafood buyers are reportedly cutting out Kenyan middlemen and working directly with local fishermen for lobsters and other fish products, according to a report in the East African newspaper. Fishermen, for their part, aren't complaining. They're getting to work directly with customers wh provide access to an enormous consumer market back i…
 
2021 has been a busy year so far for China's technology giants as they look to expand their international operations and appear to have their sites set on expanding in both the African and Arabian markets. JD, Didi, iQiyi, and Tencent are among those who've all made announcements in the past few weeks.Tech journalist Alexandria Williams closely fol…
 
A groundbreaking new analysis by researchers in the United States and Germany provides an unprecedented look inside the contracts that China uses to lend billions of dollars to developing countries around the world.The new report, "How China Lends," was joint effort by scholars at AidData at William & Mary College, the Kiel Institute for the World …
 
No guest this week on Super Producers, just Brendan and Emily. We talk about the origins of KFCR and how that got off the ground, and what you can do to put yourself in a position for success like KFCR in the early days. And surprise surprise, we talk some more about crypto and what’s new in that space this week. Finally we get into the importance …
 
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi's latest six-nation tour of the Middle East and Turkey revealed that Beijing now aims to play a much larger role in the region.During his trip, Wang signed a high-profile strategic cooperation agreement with Iran, announced a major vaccine production deal with the United Arab Emirates, and brought China's message on…
 
It wasn't that long ago when China lent tens of billions of dollars to developing countries in Africa and the Americas to build vast amounts of badly-needed infrastructure. Now, it appears, those days are over. Concerns over debt sustainability, corruption, and poor planning have all led to a dramatic fall-off in Chinese lending in those regions.De…
 
This week we have a special guest, Sean Millea, one of Emily’s coworkers from ONE37PM. Sean is a comedian and content creator for ONE37PM, and formerly Gary’s TikTok editor as part of team GaryVee. We have a great conversation about all things content creation, growing an audience, and of course, NFTs and cryptocurrency. Make sure to give Sean a fo…
 
A series of high-profile recent incidents including the use of blackface on Chinese TV, discrimination against Black residents in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou, and widespread racial insensitivity on Chinese social media sites like Weibo have sparked a vibrant discussion about anti-Black racism in China.While these conversations have done …
 
The Chinese government insists that politics play no part in its rapidly expanding global vaccine distribution campaign. But when you look at the maps as to where Chinese vaccine sales and donations are heaviest, it just so happens to be in regions that are among the most strategically important to Beijing: Southeast Asia, the Persian Gulf, and Sou…
 
There will be more updated office hours this week, we promise!! And, if you’re interested in having Emily join us, let me know and we can work something out. If you'd like to do a zoom chat, we can talk about anything you like. Just go to brendanclancy.com/calendar and find a slot that works for you. If you'd like to know more about podcast equipme…
 
The recent visit to Zambia by China's top foreign policy official Yang Jiechi highlights the outsized importance Lusaka plays in Beijing's broader Africa strategy. Relations between the countries are among China's oldest on the continent, dating back to the anti-colonial struggles of the 1960s.Today, ideology has given way to economics. Zambia is a…
 
China's enormous size affords it tremendous advantages in its relations with smaller countries, particularly developing states in the global south. Beijing regularly leverages its huge economy, growing military power, and diplomatic muscle in international organizations to both cajole and even coerce other countries in pursuit of its own interests.…
 
SPP #83 NFTs, Crypto, & Real Estate (feat. Soli Cayetano) BC is back this week! On this episode of Super Producer Pod we have on Soli Cayetano who is absolutely killing it in the real estate content creation space. She has a site, Lattes and Leases, where she talks all things real estate and real estate investing. We talk a lot of things before get…
 
This month marks the one-year anniversary of the Black China Caucus (BCC), an organization set up to foster a more inclusive discussion about China. BCC was founded by a group of Black China professionals in the United States with a range of backgrounds in academia, politics, and business who all saw it as an urgent imperative that traditionally ma…
 
The Chinese "are kicking our tails everywhere" warned Tibor Nagy in a recent column published in the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal newspaper in Texas. The former top U.S. diplomat for Africa called on the new Biden administration to do more to confront Beijing's "unrestrained and aggressive tactics" on the continent.Nagy's comments come as both Chinese…
 
Kenya has done far better than many countries in fostering robust ties with both the United States and China, particularly in economic relations. Just last week, President Uhuru Kenyatta spoke by phone with his American counterpart Joe Biden and among the issues they discussed was the revival of talks to finalize a free trade agreement between the …
 
Africa is emerging as a front in two great power rivalries, one between China and the U.S. and the other between China and India. The increasingly bitter feud between Asia's two largest countries now extends beyond the sub-continent into the Indian Ocean and all the way to Africa.Abishek Mishra, a junior fellow at the New Delhi-based think tank Obs…
 
This week we’re bringing you an exciting episode with Taylor King, host of TK’s Juicy Pod and producer for Alisha Marie, a very successful lifestyle YouTuber and Influencer. She tells her story of how she got her start out of college, how she connected with Alisha, and a bit behind the scenes of her podcast now. Before we dive into that exciting in…
 
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