Chu Jingru, the Master student of the Faculty of Philology, was presented with a letter of gratitude for her assistance in organization and holding the meeting of the working group of the Federal Customs Service of Russia and the General Administration of the Customs of the People’s Republic of China on improvement of customs procedures.
“The meeting took place this August. Chu Jingru helped with organization: she accompanied the exhibition, translated and interpreted the materials on the history of the Karelian Customs, took part in the closing meeting where the participants discussed the traditions of China and Russia. We thank Chu Jingru for the help. We wish her luck and success in her studies,” said Vyacheslav Sidorovich, the Deputy Chief of the Staff of the Karelian Customs, when he presented the student with the letter of gratitude.
“I willingly accepted the offer to take part in this project. It was a great honor for me to work with the Russian and the Chinese delegations. It was an amazing language practice,” Chu Jingru said when sharing her impressions.
She has been studying the Russian language for six years already. Her love for the Russian language started back at school, when Chu Jingru read the works by Pushkin and Lermontov. Then she enrolled into Sichuan International Studies University, and last year she came to study the great and mighty Russian language at Master’s level at Petrozavodsk State University. In the future the student plans to come back to China and teach the Russian language at her home university, as well as translate.