The Vice-Governor of Guangdong province, Zhang Xin, visited the campus of Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou this weekend to meet with African students and to discuss a new open letter published by the provincial government, which re-states its policy of treating everyone, foreigners and Chinese, equally.
Various African consuls general also attended the event at the university and met with the press. They reaffirmed earlier statements by their home governments that largely reaffirmed support for Guangdong’s anti-discrimination statements.
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