Michelle Winglee
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Michelle Winglee is a freelance writer who covers topics on environment, agriculture, and energy. She previously worked as a Research Assistant at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Fellow at Food Day before embarking on a year-long Mandarin fellowship in Taipei and Beijing. Her publications have appeared in outlets such as Foreign Policy, SupChina, The Diplomat Magazine, and ChinaDialouge. She is interested in pursuing the nexus between economic and environmentally sustainable development. You can follow her @MichelleWinglee.

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