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Beginning during the late s economic boom , an influx of thousands of African traders and business people, predominantly from West Africa , arrived in Guangzhou and created an African community in the middle of the southern Chinese metropolis. Most of these hundreds of thousands of Africans who arrive in Guangzhou are short term visitors making a purchasing run, making population figures liquid and difficult to estimate. According to the city, there were 16, Africans including North Africans residing in Guangzhou. Since the African population has significantly declined, dropping to 10, residents by February Among African nationalities in Guangzhou, the two countries with by far the most people are the West African nations of Nigeria and Mali. There are two main areas where Africans live and do business in Guangzhou: Xiaobei and Guangyuanxi, both areas in the centrally located Yuexiu District. The area of Xiaobei is near Xiaobei station and home to several streets catering to African and Middle Eastern residents. According to Professor Ma Qiang since the area was home to an existing Muslim population from Ningxia and Xinjiang , many African immigrants, around half of whom are Muslims, congregated around one area of town primarily because of the convenience in finding halal food. About 2 miles from Xiaobei and north of the Guangzhou railway station is Guangyuanxi, a more business orientated area with a major presence of Nigerian Igbo people. Since stricter immigration enforcement in the summer of , this area has become much more dormant than before. Conflict between the African community and police in Guangzhou resulted in riots in and In July , two Nigerian men jumped several floors from a building in an attempt to flee Chinese immigration authorities. In June , an African held in police custody after a taxi fare dispute died after according to police 'suddenly losing consciousness'. Guangzhou police responded with a statement that they would 'investigate and settle this case strictly by law' and also that 'All should abide by the law of China, no one should harm public interests or damage public order. A large scale immigration enforcement sweep was conducted by local police in July—August The system of immigration that had been in place since in Yuexiu District appeared to undergo change in summer with media reports that several low cost hotels and apartments in the area had prohibited African guests or singled out passport holders from Uganda and Nigeria , and shops and restaurants catering to Africans had been closed. Some Africans have applied for permanent residency or work permits, but they are the minority. Many are traders on tourist visas engaged in import-export between China and Africa. Many Africans in Guangzhou have overstayed their visas or are using false passports \\\\\\\\\\\[ citation needed \\\\\\\\\\\] , causing local police to conduct frequent visa inspections. Some Africans say that overstaying in China is inevitable because it is impossible to finish off the business they had come for within a day time frame and they cannot afford a plane ticket home. In addition to immigration enforcement, another difficulty to navigate for African traders has been the depreciation of several African currencies after the fall in oil prices since Data from Guangdong anti-drug officials indicate that most drug dealers in the province are from Africa or the Middle East. The August raid coincided with an immigration enforcement crackdown in the summer and led to the arrest of suspects, most of whom were described by police as citizens of Nigeria and Mali. He noted large amounts of money were found on the suspects and lamented in an interview with the Vanguard , 'As an embassy, how do you tackle such a thing? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. China portal Africa portal. Global Times. March 26, Toronto Star. Retrieved This is Africa. February Archived from the original on September 26, Channel NewsAsia. December 19, September 4, Yangcheng Evening News. November The World in Guangzhou. University of Chicago Press. The Economist. PM News Nigeria. Southern Weekend. China Daily. July 16, China Brief. November 22, BBC News. August 8, Daily Monitor. July 29, Financial Times. July 4, The Point. May 1, Dongguan Today. The Vanguard. February 16, Immigration to China. Emigration from Africa. Canada Latin America United States. Australia New Zealand. Igbo topics. Igbo Wikipedia. Ethnic enclaves. Hidden categories: CS1 errors: missing periodical Articles containing simplified Chinese-language text Articles containing traditional Chinese-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from June Commons category link is on Wikidata Commons category link is on Wikidata using P Articles with French-language sources fr. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. English , French , Igbo , Bambara and other African languages. Christianity Islam traditional faiths. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Dengfeng Subdistrict.

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Beginning during the late s economic boom , an influx of thousands of African traders and business people, predominantly from West Africa , arrived in Guangzhou and created an African community in the middle of the southern Chinese metropolis. Most of these hundreds of thousands of Africans who arrive in Guangzhou are short term visitors making a purchasing run, making population figures liquid and difficult to estimate. According to the city, there were 16, Africans including North Africans residing in Guangzhou. Since the African population has significantly declined, dropping to 10, residents by February Among African nationalities in Guangzhou, the two countries with by far the most people are the West African nations of Nigeria and Mali. There are two main areas where Africans live and do business in Guangzhou: Xiaobei and Guangyuanxi, both areas in the centrally located Yuexiu District. The area of Xiaobei is near Xiaobei station and home to several streets catering to African and Middle Eastern residents. According to Professor Ma Qiang since the area was home to an existing Muslim population from Ningxia and Xinjiang , many African immigrants, around half of whom are Muslims, congregated around one area of town primarily because of the convenience in finding halal food. About 2 miles from Xiaobei and north of the Guangzhou railway station is Guangyuanxi, a more business orientated area with a major presence of Nigerian Igbo people. Since stricter immigration enforcement in the summer of , this area has become much more dormant than before. Conflict between the African community and police in Guangzhou resulted in riots in and In July , two Nigerian men jumped several floors from a building in an attempt to flee Chinese immigration authorities. In June , an African held in police custody after a taxi fare dispute died after according to police 'suddenly losing consciousness'. Guangzhou police responded with a statement that they would 'investigate and settle this case strictly by law' and also that 'All should abide by the law of China, no one should harm public interests or damage public order. A large scale immigration enforcement sweep was conducted by local police in July—August The system of immigration that had been in place since in Yuexiu District appeared to undergo change in summer with media reports that several low cost hotels and apartments in the area had prohibited African guests or singled out passport holders from Uganda and Nigeria , and shops and restaurants catering to Africans had been closed. Some Africans have applied for permanent residency or work permits, but they are the minority. Many are traders on tourist visas engaged in import-export between China and Africa. Many Africans in Guangzhou have overstayed their visas or are using false passports \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\[ citation needed \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\] , causing local police to conduct frequent visa inspections. Some Africans say that overstaying in China is inevitable because it is impossible to finish off the business they had come for within a day time frame and they cannot afford a plane ticket home. In addition to immigration enforcement, another difficulty to navigate for African traders has been the depreciation of several African currencies after the fall in oil prices since Data from Guangdong anti-drug officials indicate that most drug dealers in the province are from Africa or the Middle East. The August raid coincided with an immigration enforcement crackdown in the summer and led to the arrest of suspects, most of whom were described by police as citizens of Nigeria and Mali. He noted large amounts of money were found on the suspects and lamented in an interview with the Vanguard , 'As an embassy, how do you tackle such a thing? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. China portal Africa portal. Global Times. March 26, Toronto Star. Retrieved This is Africa. February Archived from the original on September 26, Channel NewsAsia. December 19, September 4, Yangcheng Evening News. November The World in Guangzhou. University of Chicago Press. The Economist. PM News Nigeria. Southern Weekend. China Daily. July 16, China Brief. November 22, BBC News. August 8, Daily Monitor. July 29, Financial Times. July 4, The Point. May 1, Dongguan Today. The Vanguard. February 16, Immigration to China. Emigration from Africa. Canada Latin America United States. Australia New Zealand. Igbo topics. Igbo Wikipedia. Ethnic enclaves. 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