Title

Yan Hairong on anti-Black and anti-Chinese sentiments

Streaming Media

Organizer

The Chinese in Africa / Africans in China Research Network Conference Organising Committee in collaboration with the Centre for Cultural Research and Development at Lingnan University, Hong Kong

Event Title

CAAC2021 3rd Online Mini-symposium : On Anti-Black and Anti-Chinese Sentiments

Document Type

Conference

Date

3-26-2021

Time

9:00 p.m.

Venue

Online Session via Zoom

Description

In this talk, Dr. Yan suggests that there is no single story of race experience, nor is there a continuous presence of racial thinking in Chinese history. Drawing on her research on Chinese experience in Zambia, she proposes how these observations help us look for strategic intervention.

Language

English

Additional Information

Speaker

YAN Hairong teaches in the Department of Applied Social Sciences at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She authored New Masters, New Servants: Migration, Development, and Women Workers in China (Duke University Press, 2008). She and Barry Sautman have been collaborating on China–Africa links and have published in Chinese China in Africa: Discourse and Practices (Beijing: shehui kexue chubanshe, 2017). In recent years, she has become concerned with food sovereignty and agrarian change in China.

Recommended Citation

Yan, H. (2021, March 26). Yan Hairong on anti-Black and anti-Chinese sentiments [Video podcast]. Retrieved from https://commons.ln.edu.hk/videos/861/

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