her husband Liu Xiaolong, a Chinese man from Tianmen City, in Hubei Province, when she was a student at St. Petersburg
State University in Russia. They got married in Wuhan in 2014, and settled in the city.
As she is in charge of trade in her company, Liu often travels to Russia on business, negotiating with Russian companies. So far, she has helped intro
duce wine, dairy products, grain and oils from many Eurasian countries to Chinese consumers.
Liu is proud that she can contribute to the econ
omic and trade ties between China and Russia. Working and living in China for man
y years, Liu has gradually adapted to the local life in Wuhan. She said that she found interesting Chinese cu
stoms in the city, such as the local tradition of giving milk as a gift during the Spring Festival.
Her professionality enabled her to discover new business opportunities. Liu s
aid that “before this year’s Spring Festival, milk from Russia was brought to Ch
inese stores by the China-Europe freight trains, diversifying the gift options for Spring Festival.”