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China Evolves Its Language That Frames Its Engagement in Africa

The China Media Project (CMP), an independent research organization affiliated with the Journalism & Media Studies Centre at the University of Hong Kong, published an interesting analysis today on how Chinese propaganda is evolving the language (in Chinese) used to frame China’s engagement on the continent following Foreign Minister’s Wang Yi’s recent tour.

The following is a transcript of CMP’s four-part Twitter thread:

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