Zhejiang Yuexiu University of Foreign Languages (ZYUFL), a full-time institute offering regular undergraduate education, is located in Shaoxing, hometown of the famous writer Lu Xun and a well-known ancient city with rich cultural heritage. The history of ZYUFL dates back to its founding in 1981. The University consists of 9 colleges/schools, namely, College of English, College of Oriental Languages, College of Euro-languages, College of International Business, College of Network Communication, College of Chinese Language and Culture, International School of Hospitality Management, College of International Education, and School of Continuing Education. Up to 27 majors for undergraduates offered in ZYUFL have covered such academic areas as literature, economics, business management, and arts. The curriculum involves 11 foreign languages in it, including English, French, German, Russian, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Arabic and Bahasa Indonesia. The present ZYUFL comprises two campuses: Jishan Campus and Jinghu Campus, covering an area of 1,300 mu (approximately 214 hectares) with a total floor area of about 420,000 square meters. the University has an enrolment of over 16,000 full-time undergraduates against a teaching staff of more than 1,000. As a member of the United Nations Academic Impact, ZYUFL has made steady progress in scientific research. In the year 2015 alone, the University had 2 projects supported by National Social Science Foundation, 13 programs sponsored at provincial or ministerial level.