This chapter examines the ways in which China’s AFNs seem to be moving beyond instrumental market relations in organized strategies toward food system transformation. We note that, in a similar way to their counterparts in the West, Chinese AFNs can be blind to privilege and perpetuate some of the very injustices that they seek to transform. Yet, using inclusive and reflexive processes, participants are building diverse networks that hold transformative potential. In contrast to AFNs in the West, Chinese AFNs are developing a more subtle repertoire of community organizing tactics and building connections to broader emancipatory spaces of global social justice movements.