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SFL faculty not only successfully teach students the extremely complex language of the Celestial Empire, but also actively participate in international academic events on sinology.Russia is undergoing a real boom in the Chinese language: According to statistics from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, the number of people learning Chinese increased tenfold between 1997 and 2017, reaching 56,000. Recently Chinese was approved as a subject for the Russian National State Exam system.It is vitally important for the School of Foreign Languages to not only teach Chinese, but to encourage the scientific activities of its professors, including their participation in international conferences dedicated to sinology and cross-cultural liaisons. This July, SFL instructor Tatiana Uryvskaya took part in the Summer Workshop on Chinese Linguistics held in one of the oldest Chinese universities in Hong Kong where she gave a presentation on ‘Lettered Words in the Chinese Language’On October 10-12, 2019, the 12th International research conference ‘Russia-China: History and Culture’ was held at Kazan University. Tatiana Uryvskaya gave a talk at this event on ‘Communicative Tolerance of Chinese Native speakers to Lettered-Words’.