NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Wang
Jackson (2nd L), Chinese Michael Jackson impersonator
and Officials of China-Africa Economics Trade Promotion
Association are seen outside the National Assembly in
Nairobi, capital of Kenya, Aug. 30, 2017. The officials
met with Kenyan Senate Speaker Ekwe Ethuro to discuss on
means of promoting their culture.
NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Wildebeests cross the
Mara River at the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya,
Aug. 28, 2017.
Xinhua: Lyu Shuai
Tourists on holiday at
Travellers Beach Hotel, Club and Spa from different
parts of the world are seen relaxing at the hotels pool
side. Hundreds of tourists have started visiting the
East African country as we start high tourism season.
. NAIROBI (Xinhua) —
A man with a bag on head walks past some street
side shops in central Nairobi. It back to work for
Kenyans as peace prevails after the presidential
elections and businesses resume their daily
PHOTO: CHEN CHENG
Kongowea Residents, Mombasa North scrambles
for fresh free water supplied by Nyali Area aspiring
Member of Parliament Ashraf Bayusuf after the taps
went dry. The area has been experiencing water
shortage for the last two days.
Kweku Bentil [left], Aga Khan University Vice
Provost, welcomes the guest of honour His Excellency
Kassim Majaliwa, the Prime Minister of Tanzania, to
the Aga Khan University booth during the Tanzania
Commis-sion of Universities Exhibition 2017 edition.
Looking on is Professor Joe Lugalla, the Director
for the Inst-itute of Educational Development.
. NAIROBI (Xinhua) —
Judi Wakhungu, Kenyan Cabinet Secretary
for Environment and Regional Development Authorities
holds a soccer ball during the green economy
strategic plan launch in Nairobi, July 27, 2017.
Kenya on Thursday launched a strategic plan for
green economy to help reduce pressure on natural
resources and helps spur economic growth. The Green
Economy Strategy and Implementation Plan (GESIP)
sets Kenya’s transition to a resource efficient, low
carbon and inclusive green economy.
PHOTO: ALLAN MUTISO
Golf, swimming, squash and tennis.
Mombasa mainland.18 holes with grass fairways. Visitors welcome. Handicap not necessary.
- Monday, Tuesday, Friday and
other days when there are no competitions.
Rates: from U.S. $ 12. Dress code: proper golf