Brazilian B-student on the 2016 Rio Olympics

After winning the 2014 FIFA World Cup bid, Brazilians have yet another huge party to prepare

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There's something about Brazil at the moment, as the International Olympic Committee (IOC) handed Rio, the second largest city in Brazil, its 32rd Olympic Games in 2016: two years after the country is scheduled to host the FIFA World Cup.

Needless to say, there's a buzz in Brazilian communities around the world. Cleuber Martins, a Brazilian student studying international business at the University of East London, offers his take on the two big parties to come.



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