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African dreams in Guangzhou   [Copy link] 中文

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Because of problems on Hanbaozhi Street, the government has set up a police station at the southern end of the street.

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Vincent, who has been in China for less than one year, has opened a convenience store in his hometown in Cameroon. He purchases goods from the wholesale markets near the railway station. An increasing number of Chinese have opened stores in Cameroon in recent years and Vincent faces greater competition.

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Vincent drinks and chats to his friends in front of a grocery. He recognized an African agent during his first social event in Guangzhou. He is now familiar with all the major business issues of foreign trade.

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Ted, from Angola, has been in Guangzhou for over three years, and can speak a little Chinese. He often borrows a sewing machine from the landlady of the grocery to modify trousers for customers.

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Ted surfs online for the business information from his hometown in Angola to see what goods he needs to import.

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Terry, from Tanzania, packs the goods he bought during the day to ship to his hometown to sell. Most of the Africans on Baohanzhi Street work in supplying daily necessities.

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