Faces of Africa – Retracing The Dragonfly Sea

Faces of Africa – Retracing The Dragonfly Sea

Retracing the Dragonfly Sea features a Kenyan author Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor who wrote a book called “The Dragonfly Sea” based on a Chinese descendant from the Zheng He – shipwrecked sailors in Lamu, Kenya.
Yvonne takes a cultural flight to…


  1. Why ain’t more people watching this to understand why the world is the way it is today. The Swahili Seas.

  2. Adhiambo is so cute. I loved the book – complex writing but I did it. In 2020 when i was home with COVID I sat by river and took it in bit by bit. Hopefully I'll make it to Pate sometime soon.

  3. What a rich heritage and history 🙏🏽

  4. And yet we waste numerous days discussing useless, un-ending politics. This is what we should spend our time on. Discovering ourselves and discovering each other. Thank you Yvonne Adhiambo.

  5. I got goosebumps when Yvonne handed Mwamaka, our Ayaana, her copy of the novel. Her story. Her history. Her people. Her island. More goosebumps when Mwamaka shows her mother the map and points out for her to see where their island is. Excellent work, Bob Nyanja and crew.

  6. Our history books need to be reviewed. We were fed alot of lies.

  7. 💐💐💐💐❤️❤️❤️❤️💐💐💐💐💐🇰🇪🇰🇪🇰🇪🇰🇪- this story deserves a tv series

  8. 🇮🇳❤Good News ❤🇮🇳

  9. 🇮🇳Good News of Africa 🇮🇳

  10. 🇰🇪❤️ From Lamu ❤️🇰🇪

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