Alexander Chula is a writer and a junior doctor with the NHS. He read Classics at Worcester College, Oxford, then medicine at the University of London. His work in Malawi as a teacher of Classics at the Kamuzu Academy ('the Eton of Africa'), and latterly as a doctor, both inspired and informed his debut work of non-fiction, Goodbye, Dr Banda: Lessons for the West from a Small African Country. He has lived and worked in the UK, Thailand, Malawi and Italy, and is interested in cultural exchange between Europe, Africa and Asia. He has contributed also to the Spectator, to the Telegraph, et al. Of mixed Thai and British ancestry, Alexander was born and raised in London.
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