This book examines the history of Africans and African-Americans in Mainland China and Taiwan, the Chinese and African nation's relationship and its political repercussions for Mainland China and Taiwan, and the Chinese/African-American social relationships in the United States. Although the Chinas are thought by western societies to advocate racial equality in their respective countries, this book uncovers the everyday racial attitudes of the Chinese people and governments toward Africans and African-Americans. In this book, crucial events in the Chinas such as the forced opening of China by the west and Chinese philosophical views throughout her history, are analyzed in how they have been instrumental in shaping racial attitudes that have led to racial polarization, racial violence and race riots against Africans and African-Americans in the Chinas.
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Description du livre AuthorHouse, 2007. Paperback. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire P111425981755