Jing and Henry's story is a success, but the relationship between the two peoples doesn't always go so smoothly.
Along the Thika Road, a major new Chinese-built superhighway linking Nairobi to the industrial town of Thika, rumours of so-called "Thika babies" abound.
According to the whispers, Chinese construction workers have fathered hundreds of babies with local women, before disappearing into the ether.
Media outlets even reported the story of a schoolgirl, pregnant with a worker's baby, who was unable to identify him among the hundreds of other construction workers.
But for all the hysteria - there is even a song dedicated to the phenomenon - most Kenyans say they have never seen evidence of such children.
But that doesn't stop some believing the rumours.
"I would say I've seen around 20… It's very hush-hush as many of the Chinese fathers didn't stick around," Thatcher, a Kenyan-Chinese translator who lives close to the Thika Road, tells us.
"I think in 15 or 20 years' time, when these children are all grown up and going to colleges, then we will know the true scale of it."