Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia, is undergoing a development revolution. In common with much of Africa, Chinese-funded development is changing the city. Everywhere you look, the green and yellow hoardings show which blocks are being developed or are about to be so.
I last visited Addis four years ago in 2012, and the changes are clear. There is a new metro, run by Schenzen metro (and using their logo) opened in 2015, there is a new railway to Djibouti, and signs to a new Ethio-China Friendship Square in the heart of the city.
Things are changing – fast, and Ethiopia, with its excellent national airline, is a fascinating country to watch.