Chinese Man in Malawi Sold Videos of Black Children Tricked into Saying 'I Have a Low IQ' in Mandarin

Chinese Man in Malawi Sold Videos of Black Children Tricked into Saying 'I Have a Low IQ' in Mandarin


The Communist Party of China dismissed a bombshell BBC report revealing a lucrative industry in which Chinese citizens sell demeaning videos of African children online in a statement on Thursday, calling the most incendiary of these videos an “isolated case by a fool.”

In its documentary Racism for Sale, BBC journalist Runako Celina traced the origins of a viral video on China’s government-controlled Weibo social media site that showed a group of African children shouting in Mandarin, “I am a black monster and I have a low IQ.” The children appear clearly unaware of what they are saying.

In another video featured by the BBC, African children sing a song with the lyrics, “yellow skin and dark eyes are the most beautiful color.”

The video

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