African youth in the eyes of Chinese youth

Publication date:

May 16, 2022


Liu Chang, Zhang Lifang


In Zimbabwe, bustling barber shops serve as community hubs where customers not only get haircuts but also indulge in beauty treatments and socializing. One barber, Lucy, earns around $1000 monthly due to her skills, surpassing local white-collar workers. Meanwhile, young artists in Harare, like Moffat Takadiwa, create artworks from discarded items, addressing urban waste and social consumption culture issues. Their creativity connects them to the world, with their works showcased at international exhibitions, highlighting their resilience in the face of economic challenges.


City | Diplomacy | Policy | Politics

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