Entries by Fredrick Gaye

Chinese Envoy Puts Liberians On Taiwan Alert -As Elections Approach

By: Fredrick P. W. Gaye, Monrovia, China-Africa Press Center (CAPC) Fellow 2016 DCM LI Zhuang with Liberian journalists at the forum in Monrovia Friday (photo/Chinese Embassy)   Liberia’s 2017 presidential and general elections, expected to take place in October, are widely viewed as critical to the country’s success or failure. While the elections serve as […]

LADA Offers US$85K Grant To Two Agriculture Institutions

The Liberia Agribusiness Development Activity (LADA) on Tuesday provided a grant of US$85,000 to the Joan Agriculture Center and Bravo Sister Enterprise. LADA is an international non-governmental organization that is working with smallholder farmers through private sector investment in the agriculture sector in the Country in order to increase their income and to boost the […]

New Promotion Film of China’s Guangzhou Unveiled

On the morning of March 28, 2017, a five-minute promo video of Guangzhou was premiered at the opening ceremony of 2017 Guangzhou Annual Investment Conference. Guangzhou is the capital and most populous city of the province of Guangdong in southern China. The video, titled “Guangzhou, Flower City in Bloom”, showcases an artistic, international and high-tech Guangzhou with […]

New Promotion Film of China’s Guangzhou Unveiled

On the morning of March 28, 2017, a five-minute promo video of Guangzhou was premiered at the opening ceremony of 2017 Guangzhou Annual Investment Conference. Guangzhou is the capital and most populous city of the province of Guangdong in southern China. The video, titled “Guangzhou, Flower City in Bloom”, showcases an artistic, international and high-tech Guangzhou with […]

‘Ploy’-Dismissed Finance Official Claims

The former head of the SOE Reporting and Coordination Unit at the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP) has termed as false and misleading allegation that he illegally opened an account. SOE is state-owned enterprise. Mr. Siafa Chowoe also denied of stealing money as alleged by Finance and Development Planning Minister, Boima S. Kamara. […]

Booked For Alleged Voter Fraud

Five of the six persons   Police in Monrovia are investigating six persons in connection to fraudulent voter registration in District number 14 of Monsterrado County. Police said the six persons including a female  were arrested  after an informant give a tip off that the men were carrying on the act. Police search recovered one […]

China’s Increased Foreign Engagement; A Brighter Future for China-Liberia Relations in Poverty Reduction

By Fredrick P. W. Gaye, China-Africa Press Center (CAPC) Fellow 2016   In recent years, China has increased its friendship with other developing countries, with most of them in Africa. China’s cooperation with Africa focuses on reducing poverty through economic growth and development, to ensure peace and security on the continent. As a result, the […]

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China’s Increased Foreign Engagement; A Brighter Future for China-Liberia Relations in Poverty Reduction By Fredrick P. W. Gaye, China-Africa Press Center (CAPC) Fellow 2016   In recent years, China has increased its friendship with other developing countries, with most of them in Africa. China’s cooperation with Africa focuses on reducing poverty through economic growth and […]

BEYOND THE GREAT WALL; The China I heard about and the China I have seen

How Industrial Parks and Special Economic Zones Are Driving China’s Economic and Social Development And Lessons Liberia Can Learn By Fredrick P. W. Gaye, Monrovia, Liberia   In the past 30 years, China has achieved phenomenal economic growth, an unprecedented development “miracle” in human history. Since the institution of its reforms and Open Door policy […]

BEYOND THE GREAT WALL: The China I Heard About, The China I have Seen

By Fredrick P. W. Gaye   My Experience In Covering China’s Political Activities It is being viewed in other parts of the world that there is no democracy in China because there is only one-party rule. The Chinese government, in consultation with the people, has been maintaining its cultural heritage for 5,000 unbroken years, thus […]