'We Talk': Brazilian student at Tsinghua aims to be a bridge between China and Brazil
Updated 22:08, 15-Apr-2023
Global Stringer

Larissa has been studying at Tsinghua University in Beijing since 2020. Her father is Chinese and her mother is Brazilian. At the age of 10, she came to China for the first time for her father's work. Every vacation, she returns to Brazil and shares what she has seen and heard in China with relatives and friends. At Tsinghua University, Larissa chose to major in law. She hopes to hold a legal position in a transnational enterprise whose work concerns transactions between China and Brazil, and make her own contributions to promote communication and cooperation between the two countries.

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