Although the video probably made in 2011, the context of the video is quite relevant, still. I think I’ve mixed feelings about watching this video. On one hand, I feel sad for the tough conditions and environments in which the Congolese got to experience every day because their country wasn’t developing at all at the time period in which the video is showing. At the same time, I also feel sorry for the Chinese — who tried to help the Congolese to rebuild the 300km road which connects Kolwezi with the capital of the province Lubumbashi — because the video shows the Chinese tried hard to negotiate and do their best in building the road but met with setbacks that could be fixed easily if communication and efforts were aplenty. Unfortunately, the video shows that some Congolese weren’t too excited to make the road but the road could help improve the infrastructure for the locals. Anyhow, the video shows the Chinese were also rough in manners in dealing with the Congolese, because of the language barrier and culture differences. Vice versa, the Congolese were also ignoring the Chinese workers’ instructions but the instructions were meant to have things going. Anyway, after watching this video, I wonder how it is now (i.e., 2017) for the Congolese in Congo, and how it is for the Chinese in Africa. Check out the awesome video right after the break. Enjoy!