The Executive Director of the Africa-China Centre for Policy & Advisory, Paul Frimpong, paid a courtesy call to the Chinese Embassy in Tanzania.

He was hosted by Wang Siping, the Cultural Counsellor at the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Tanzania.

The two directors exchanged pleasantries and discussed the realities and opportunities in Africa/Tanzania-China relations.

As part of our capacity-building program, ACCPA will host a one-day workshop for select journalists in Tanzania (from TV, radio, newsprint, and online blogs) on how to research, track, and report on Tanzania/Africa-China relations.

We equally took the opportunity to present a copy of the profile of ACCPA to the Chinese Embassy in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Paul Frimpong, (immediate left) Executive Director, ACCPA | Wang Siping (middle) Counsellor, Chinese Embassy in Tanzania.
Paul Frimpong, Executive Director of ACCPA presenting a copy of the profile of ACCPA to Wang Siping, Counsellor, Chinese Embassy in Tanzania.

The Chinese Embassy in Tanzania pledged to provide the needed support and assistance within its capacity to aid in the research work of the ACCPA in Tanzania.

At ACCPA, our commitment is to provide timely insights into shaping Africa-China relations.


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