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China Strives to Be on African Minds, and TV Sets

by / Wednesday, 07 January 2015 / News Category NYTIMES SINOSPHERE

While China imposes strict controls on foreign-produced entertainment at home, it is eager to see its own cultural products embraced abroad. And in Africa, Chinese television shows have become immensely popular — at least according to the Chinese state news media.

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