A Russian woman who lives in Wuhan, central China’s Hubei Province, has said she hopes
that there will be more trains linking China and Europe in th future, so that one day sh
e will be able to travel around the world by the China-Europe passenger train, Chinanews.com reported on Feb. 1.
With the Spring Festival approaching, almost all Chinese people are heading home fo
r family reunions across the country. Instead of returning to her hometown in Russia, Li
u Yina (Chinese name) has decided to stay in Wuhan and enjoy the traditional Chinese festival.
Liu, who is fluent in Chinese, works for Wuhan Asia-Europe Logistics Co., Ltd., the opera
tor of China-Europe freight trains between Wuhan and Europe and a public platform for international logistics and transportation services.