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Katrin Büchenbacher

Katrin is a Swiss freelance journalist based in Beijing. Interested in starting her journalism career in China, she moved to Shanghai in 2016, where she finished her dual master’s degree in Global Media with the Fudan journalism school and the Paris Institute of Political Studies. She has previously worked for the Global Times and currently for CGTN. Apart from her work, she runs an event organization on personal development called LifeSkills4Me.

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