Inès Forman is a French Caribbean who lived and taught in Beijing where she became interested in Sino-African/Caribbean relations. She holds a dual Masters in international politics from Sciences Po Paris and Beijing University. Inès believes in the power of storytelling to highlight and legitimize a community’s realities and is currently working on a novel that explores the black experience in China.
Patience Handful Dalieh is from Liberia. She is acquiring her Master's degree in Communication and Journalism from Wuhan University, School of International Education.