African Continent

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Tokyo International Conference On African Development - TICAD-IV - Analysis
... As China and India seeking to forge closer ties with the African continent, the conference is a key opportunity for Japan to maintain its diplomatic ... The African continent remains a potential markets for Japan and both China and India recognized an urgent need to secure commodities to fuel their economic booms ... In recent years, China has been providing large-scale assistance to African countries with the aim of securing a stake in the rich natural resources in the African continent and India has been doing the same ...
Culture Of Tunisia - Arts - Cinema
... In 1919, the first feature-length movie produced on the African continent Les Cinq gentlemen maudits (The Five Accursed Gentlemen) was filmed in ... (The Girl from Carthage) thus making him, one of the very first native filmmakers on the African continent ... The festival gives priority to films from Arab and African countries ...
Africa–China Relations
... and cultural connections between China and the African continent ... Little is known about ancient relations between China and the African continent, though there is some evidence of early trade connections ... By comparison, it has been estimated that 200,000 Africans are working in China ...
Cinema Of Tunisia
... In 1919, the first feature-length movie produced on the African continent Les Cinq gentlemen maudits (The Five Accursed Gentlemen) was filmed in Tunisia ... thus making him, one of the very first native filmmakers on the African continent ... The festival gives priority to films from Arab and African countries ...

Famous quotes containing the words continent and/or african:

    Purity of race does not exist. Europe is a continent of energetic mongrels.
    —H.A.L. (Herbert Albert Laurens)

    I think it’s unfair for people to try to make successful blacks feel guilty for not feeling guilty.... We’re unique in that we’re not supposed to enjoy the things we’ve worked so hard for.
    Patricia Grayson, African American administrator. As quoted in Time magazine, p. 59 (March 13, 1989)