The interracial couple championing China’s soft power in Africa
College run by Ugandan-Chinese couple is training students and educators to speak Chinese, so that they can spread the word about China in Africa
The students at Luyanzi College have little interest in going to Disneyland, riding the London Eye or climbing the Eiffel Tower. Their dream, they say, is to visit the Great Wall.
Teachers at the college, in Uganda’s congested, dusty capital, Kampala, have told them all about China: a beautiful and powerful nation, they have been advised, one of the largest countries in the world, with a mighty economy that will soon leapfrog that of the United States, and a rich history dating back thousands of years.