Culture Connect: A Tour of Lamu Museum

Culture connect: a tour of lamu museum

CGTN published this video item, entitled “Culture Connect: A Tour of Lamu Museum” – below is their description.

Lamu is Kenya’s oldest town, located on an island of the same name. It was once an important center of trade along East Africa’s coast. Some of the oldest Chinese artifacts in East Africa have been discovered there, pointing to trade and cultural links between China and towns along East Africa’s coast dating back centuries. CGTN’s Robert Nagila visited Lamu Island to find out more about these artifacts.

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