“When China met Africa” follows three men in Zambia, who help to illustrate the Afro-Sino relationship: the country’s trade minister, Felix Mutati; a Chinese farm-owner; and a project manager for a Chinese multinational. The film explores the daily dependency and friction between them in their jobs.”
Read the article and an interview with the film’s creators here: New film: “When China met Africa”: What the future looks like – The Economist.
Here’s a link to the film’s official website: When China met Africa.
Human Rights Watch has reported rampant abuse of workers in Chinese-run copper mines in Zambia: read the article here in The Guardian.