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Cibele Reschke de Borba is a Brazilian freelance journalist based in Beijing, where she is currently earning her master’s degree at Peking University. Her research project aims to compare Chinese and Brazilian investments that promote development in Africa. Her professional experiences include writing for South American media outlets Globo News Broadcast and Abril Publisher. One of her articles won a journalism award for its contribution toward the improvement of Rio de Janeiro’s public transportation system. In 2015, she published her first book, entitled “China made in Brazil”, sponsored by the Chinese company State Grid. In 2012, the French Training and Improvement of Journalists Center (CFPJ) awarded her a fellowship to cover the impact of the Olympic Games in London.