The launch marks greater cooperation in innovation between the two BRICS countries and was part of 32 bilateral agreements signed by China and Brazil.
President Xi Jinping called for all countries to work together to establish a multilateral, democratic and transparent international Internet governance system during his recent state visit to Brazil.
For Juliana Pires Lamas, a 21-year-old Brazilian student who has spent a year studying at Tianjin University, the Chinese education system has given her a better understanding of how to study.
A forum that groups China, Latin American and Caribbean nations will help advance ties between the country and the region, experts said.
Bilateral ties have been developing steadily in the last 40 years, with political and strategic mutual trust as well as common interests reaching unprecedented heights, said Xi.
President Xi Jinping called for the establishment of a joint international system of governance to achieve a peaceful, secure and open cyberspace.
Chinese President delivers speech at Brazilian National Congress
President Xi Jinping suggested that Peru and Brazil join China in forming a work group about a planned railway across the continent.
Brazil is expecting an increase in the number of Chinese tourists, following a surge in interest due to the World Cup and also the Olympic Games which will be held in Rio de Janeiro in 2016.
During the World Cup, employees of the Brazil plant of Chinese car maker Chery were given time off for every match of the Brazilian team.
Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Brazil underscores the strategic nature of China-Brazil ties, the extent of their economic exchange and their shared outlook on important global issues, says an expert.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend the sixth BRICS leaders' meeting on July 15 and 16. After that, Xi will pay state visits to Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela and Cuba from July 17 to 23.