非漂出版专讯: 2017.2 AfroLit4China Newsbriefs

Potpourri Five greatest Old African novels to read before you die . . . cheveux naturels in Sénégal, Men may say they don’t like it and of course they hate the cost but they are attracted to the look . . . resident Chinese in Africa by the numbers . . . interview with Abubakar Adam … Continue reading 非漂出版专讯: 2017.2 AfroLit4China Newsbriefs

非漂出版专讯: 2017.1 AfroLit4China Newsbriefs

Alibaba: The House that Jack Ma Built is the business book that most inspired Nigeria’s Iyinoluwa ‘E’ Aboyeji — co-founder of Flutterwave and Andela — last year: There are so many parallels between the intrigues of startups in China and our nascent African Startup ecosystem, he says. Evan Mwangi reviews John Mugane’s The Story of Swahili and … Continue reading 非漂出版专讯: 2017.1 AfroLit4China Newsbriefs

非漂出版专讯: 2016.11 AfroLit4China Newsbriefs

Hard times for Africans in Guangzhou amid crackdown. Complains one resident of ‘Little Africa’: It seems they want the Africans to leave this area . . . every month now, I have to go to the police station [to register], every month. I feel like I'm in jail. The judging panel for the 2016 Etisalat Prize … Continue reading 非漂出版专讯: 2016.11 AfroLit4China Newsbriefs

非漂出版专讯: 2016.10 AfroLit4China Newsbriefs

欢迎访问关注非漂 [Fēi Piāo]新设的微博,liberation 时代。 Season of Crimson Blossoms, a novel by Abubakar Adam Ibrahim, wins the 2016 Nigeria Prize for Literature, worth US$100,000. Writes author and critic Toni Kan: I was fascinated because I grew up in the North, first Kano and then Jos, but I was discovering something new about the North in Abubakar’s … Continue reading 非漂出版专讯: 2016.10 AfroLit4China Newsbriefs