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Jenny Ng

Jenny NgMajor(s): Political Science

Minor(s): Business Economics/Portuguese and Brazilian Studies

Adviser: Victoria Tin-bor Hui

jennyjgng@gmail.com

Thesis Title: Increase of Chinese Influence in Brazil

Over the past summer, I received a Kellogg grant to conduct research in Beijing, China on China-Latin America Relations. This research will contribute toward my senior thesis, which focuses on the increase of Chinese influence in Brazil, among other countries in Latin America. Specifically, I will focus on the increase of political, economic and social influence in Brazil, and also the driving forces of increased Chinese influence.

 


 

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