China’s investment in Africa has increased since its entrance in the World Trade Organization in 2001. As a result, China’s government undertook huge commercial agreements with many African countries. These trades allowed African governments access to the enormous Chinese market and provide their territories with gigantic infrastructures. Particularly, the Democratic Republic of Congo, who has some of the richest resources in Sub-Saharan Africa, represents a long-lasting geopolitical ally in the region. Above all, China’s powerful enterprises and other Sino-stakeholders have been paving the way for Congo’s growth and trade opportunities. This reports shows that China embodies an important opportunity for Congo’s future.