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Li Anshan

Li Anshan (PhD. Toronto), vice president of both Chinese Society of African Historical Studies and Chinese Association of African Studies, Director of Institute of Afro-Asian Studies and Center for African Studies at Peking University. His publication includes A History of Chinese Overseas in Africa (Beijing, 2000), British Rule and Rural Protest in Southern Ghana (New York,2002), Studies on African Nationalism (Beijing, 2004), Social History of Chinese Overseas in Africa: Selected Documents,1800-2005 (Hong Kong, 2006), Ancient Kingdoms in Africa (2011), etc. Recent years, he gave speeches on China-African relations in South Africa, U.K., Japan, Germany, U.S., Canada, Spain, Norway, Kenya, Botswana, Nigeria, Geneva, etc. His interest covers African history, China-African relations, colonialism, Chinese overseas, comparative nationalism and development studies. He was invited as distinguished guest at FOCAC--Beijing Ministerial Conference (2000), Sino-African Education Ministers Forum (2005) and FOCAC-Beijing Summit (2006). In 2010, he led a delegation to Cameroon, Kenya and Tanzania with a mission to evaluate the follow-up action of FOCAC. 




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