Looking into China: Chinese are very friendly wherever we go

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In 2008, Suhrobjon, a 14-year-old Russian boy, experienced China for the first time when he was enrolled in a bilingual school. To him, everything was different in China, such as the dishes and chopsticks. It was also at that time that Suhrobjon experienced the Chinese New Year with his host family, which he said was a unique experience and a precious memory. Later, during his college years, he traveled to many provinces in China, such as Henan and Shaanxi. After graduating from the university here, he returned to Russia, and is now working with colleagues from China to build a new metro in Moscow.

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