Chinese sell 'tender' chickens in Zambia


Chinese chicken farmer Pan Wei Zhi moved 7,000 miles to sell chickens at Lusaka market in Zambia.

He said he started his business in Africa as anti-Chinese sentiment no longer existed, and said once Zambians started farming chickens he would switch to producing a different product.

Justin Rowlatt investigates China's growing influence around the world in The Chinese Are Coming on BBC Two at 2100GMT on Tuesday 8 and 15 February 2011.

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