Making sense of the world, one story at a time. Host Malika Bilal and journalists from Al Jazeera's international bureaus share their take on the news every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
As China's coronavirus lockdown recedes, it's left fear in its wake. Foreigners are now on the receiving end of heightened public scrutiny and discrimination as the government says it's trying to prevent importing new cases. Videos circulated on social media showing Africans in Guangzhou facing forced evictions and testing, provoking a rare open critique from African leaders. The Take hears from non-Chinese residents on life as a foreigner during the pandemic.
In this episode:
Katrina Yu (@Katmyu), Al Jazeera journalist in Beijing, China.
African nationals 'mistreated, evicted' in China over coronavirus
Coronavirus: Why are Africans in China being targeted?
'Unacceptable': Nigeria condemns treatment of citizens in China
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