In order to extract details on the life of Africans in China, I conducted a thirty-minute interview with an African immigrant currently living in Beijing. The person interviewed is a Kenyan teacher in the international department of a Chinese school. He was offered a teaching job in China 10 years ago and has stayed in China since then. According to him, the teaching job he was offered in China is in every aspect better than opportunities he had in Kenya. He said it is easy to settle down in Beijing as the BICF (Beijing International Christian Fellowship), a religious group, is extremely helpful in connecting foreigners. There are weekly meetings and small group meetings in which he can study the Bible, share ideas, and mingle with people from his own language group, which, in this case, are Swahili and his Kenyan mother tongue. There is also a small Kenyan community formed by three Kenyans within the school where the interviewee teaches. Above all, the interviewee added that social media also helped him to find communities and friends. However, the interviewee pointed out that he does not have any Chinese friends even though he has stayed in China for more than ten years. He also said that besides BICF meetings, he does not have a habit of participating in social events, which may be helpful for him to better settle down in Beijing.