This study covered the Chinese foreign policy towards Africa. Since the foundation of the Republic of China, China was able to discover the importance of the African continent after its exposure to the outside world. It understood that the importance of its presence in Africa is related to Africa’s strategic location, it’s great resources, and its oversight on strategic shipping lanes, in addition to its control over international transportation and owning oil and natural resources. Therefore: Chinese presence in Africa is not new, and China’s presence in Africa’s affairs is not new as well, as there is a long history of communication and cooperation between the two parties in all fields. The researcher will address the Chinese orientation towards Sudan in its foreign policy as a module for the Chinese activity in Africa.