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Shūmiàn 书面 Podcast

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A Shūmiàn é uma plataforma que busca estabelecer pontes de entendimento, criar novas oportunidades e otimizar as relações políticas, econômicas e culturais entre a China e a América Latina. Em nosso podcast mensal, abordamos alguns dos assuntos mais relevantes nos círculos de debate sobre a China mu… read more

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Episódio 03: Dibao - o Bolsa Família made in China

Hoje, vamos entender um pouco mais sobre o programa que já ajudou a tirar tantas pessoas da miséria. Vamos conversar sobre o início do Dibao, lá em Shanghai, nos anos 1990, até o seu funcionamento e impactos atuais sobre a extrema pobreza na China.

AVISO: em tempos de distanciamento social, o episódio foi gravado sem todo o equipamento necessário, no improviso do que tinha em casa. Pedimos desculpa pela qualidade não estar 100%. Aos poucos vamos ajustando os detalhes. Comentários são bem vindos.

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Este é o terceiro episódio do podcast da Shūmiàn, uma plataforma que busca estabelecer pontes de entendimento, criar novas oportunidades e otimizar as relações políticas, econômicas e culturais entre a China e a América Latina. Com rigor e responsabilidade, trabalhamos diariamente para aproximar nossos leitores e leitoras de um país que, apesar de tão importante, permanece pouco compreendido.

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"Inside China’s race to beat poverty", escrito por Yuan Yang e Nian Liu, publicado no Financial Times. Disponível aqui: https://www.ft.com/content/b818aece-4cd7-4c99-8b62-e52ae4aa1b21

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