22: Rwanda, China & the U.S. Internet With Former American Expat Keturah Kendrick, Author of "No Thanks: Black, Female, and Living in the Martyr-Free Zone”"
"I actually believe that China is about 15 times more advanced in the usefulness (with social media) than the United States." Keturah Kendrick.
Keturah’s online activities changes a lot when she moved to China, but not in ways that you think. Keturah is an intelligent, articulate and delightful person to talk to. I met her at a Podcast Creators meeting in Shanghai, China a few months ago and knew instantly that she needed to be on this podcast for y'all to meet. Her honesty on her online activities pre and post moving to China is really interesting. Keturah is now back in New York City in the U.S. doing her book tour for "No Thanks" and suffering through the adjustments of not using WeChat and the other mobile conveniences in China that she aptly describes in this conversation.
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