– Nothando Khumalo “A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots”, Marcus Garvey. On the 21st of April, the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) in Beijing hosted its … Continue reading UIBE (Beijing) Cultural Festival
A conversation with Nicole Bonnah: Wadeisor Rukato & Sihle Nontshokweni sat for an interview with Nicole Bonnah, sharing their perspectives on being an African in China. This interview first appeared on Blacklivesinchina.wordpress.com, written by Nicole Bonnag and was later published … Continue reading Perspective and insight into the realities of the African Experience in the East
-Wadeisor Rukato Standing at the side of the road, I watch as cars, bicycles and buses transport the people of Beijing to wherever it is they are going. My particular interest is in the yellow and blue, sometimes yellow and … Continue reading Conversations with ‘Shifu’
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– Nothando Khumalo The Great Xi’an Mosque is a 1300 years old ancient tourist attraction set up in 742 AD during the Tang Dynasty. Located near the Drum Tower of Xi’an, the mosque was restored and widened in the Song, … Continue reading Xi’an Visit Pt. 2: The Great Mosque of Xi’an