China's investment in Africa – A construction worker walks through the dilapidated rails in Nairobi. Work has just begun on a new standard-gauge line between Nairobi and Mombasa. It's being funded by China, just one of numerous Chinese infrastructure projects in Africa
Lamu Port – A Chinese company has won the tender to build the first berths at Kenya's ambitious port project in Lamu.
Ethiopian industry – Workers on the assembly line at the Huajian shoe factory in Dukem, Ethiopia. Chinese company Huajian is one of the factories operating in the Chinese-built Eastern Industry Zone -- Ethiopia's first industrial park.
Brazzaville port – Workers for the Chinese company Sinohydro work on the renovation of the port area in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo.
Dar es Salaam bridge – View of the construction site of an ultra modern bridge being built by a Chinese company in Dar es Salaam on March 23, 2013. The bridge will have a total length of 680 meters.
Tanzania pipeline – Chinese president Xi Jinping hands over the symbolic golden key to Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete. The China National Petroleum Company is currently installing a 330-mile natural gas pipeline in Tanzania.
Gabon dam – Construction of the hydroelectric dam in Poubara, Gabon, was completed in July 2013. The contract was worth around $400 million and 75% of the funding came from China.