Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has kicked off his four-day state visit to China. The highly anticipated trip is expected to boost bilateral cooperation in a wide range of areas, including the economy and trade as well as emerging technologies. What do closer China-Brazil bilateral ties mean for each of the two emerging economies? And how can the partnership bring more benefits and opportunities to the wider developing world? Guests in this episode are Rodrigo Zeidan, professor of Practice of Economics and Finance at NYU Shanghai; José Ricardo Júnior, CEO of LIDE China; and professor John Gong from the University of International Business & Economics.