Ambassador: Mr. Zhang Bolun
Address: Rua Presidente Houari Boumedienne No.196-200, Miramar Luanda, Angola Mailing Address: Caixa Postal 52, Luanda, Angola
Tel: +244-222-441683, 444658
Economic and Commercial Counselor's Office
Address: No.28 Rua Fernao Mendes Pinto, Alvalade, Luanda
People: It has a total population of about 17 million with an annual growth rate of 3.3%. The citizens in Angola are very young; almost 48% of people are less than 15 years old. The average life expectancy is only 46.5 years old. The population density is nine residents per square kilometers.
Minorities: More than 30 nationalities consist of the people of the country. The major ethnic groups are Ovimbundu in the center, Mbundu in the northwest, Bakongo in the north, Lunda-Chokwe in the southwest, Nganguela in the south.
Language: Portuguese is the official language. Each tribe has its own language.
Religion: 49% of inhabitants embrace Roman Catholic while 13% believe in Protestantism. Most of others are adherents to primitive religion.
Geography: Situated in the southwest of Africa, it is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the west, allowing a coastline of 1,650 kilometers. It is north to the Republic of Congo and Democratic Republic of the Congo, east to Zambia and south to Namibia. The land gets higher from west to east. The flat and narrow seacoast along the Atlantic stretches 200 kilometers towards east. Then the ground sharply becomes high. In the middle and the west parts, it is a plateau zone with the altitude between 1,000 and 2,000 meters. Main rivers here are the Zambezi River which influxes the Indian Ocean and the Zaire River, Kwanza River, Kunene Rive, which flows into the Atlantic.
Climate: It has tropical climate in the northern regions and subtropical climate in the southern regions. The climate is mild in plateau areas. Angola has two entirely different seasons, monsoon and dry seasons.
Please contact Embassy of Angola in China if Angolans have problems there.
Other China Embassies in Africa: Cotonou, Benin, Botswana, Burundi