In early 2020, when the covid-19 pandemic started in China, and its government promised it was containing the virus, there were multiple cases of racial discrimination reported within the country. Several Africans were being evicted from their homes and harassed while health workers tested for imported infections. There were no statistics to prove foreigners, let alone Africans brought the foreign cases. The Chinese government denied these allegations. However, videos circulating on social media proved otherwise as they showed hundreds of Africans thrown out in the streets. Some considered it a case of xenophobia, while others saw it as China doing its due diligence. What do you think?