"Through a witty narrative that at times becomes a first-person travelogue, the authors entertain while educating, revealing in the process the absurdities that come with reporting on the ground in Africa...[A]n admirable contribution to a story with broad geopolitical implications." Library Journal
"A significant book that insightfully examines China's role in Africa, China Safari
reveals not only the complexities of Chinese immigration to Africa, but also the political rivalries that result from it...Recommended for all interested readers." New York Times
is a fascinating, provocative work of firsthand reporting that illuminates an important global economic story." Washington Times
tackles an important and largely underreported topic with an engaging and lively verve...Mr. Michel and Mr. Beuret make an important contribution, without passing judgment, toward our understanding of China's intentions in Africa."