On May 12, the Harbin Municipal Bureau of Natural Resources and Planning of Heilongjiang Province issued the “Announcement on Soliciting Public Opinions on > Detailed Construction Plan of <the Sino-Russian Joint Campus of Harbin Institute of Technology”, soliciting opinions from all walks of life on the “Detailed Plan for the Construction of the Sino-Russian Joint Campus of Harbin Institute of Technology”, and inviting the public to send relevant comments to the bureau’s email address before May 19.
According to the above-mentioned announcement, in order to strengthen the protection and utilization of Harbin’s famous historical and cultural city and create a high-quality Huayuan Street historical and cultural district, the provincial and municipal governments and Harbin Institute of Technology plan to build a Sino-Russian joint campus project. The project is located in the construction control zone of Huayuan Street Historical and Cultural District, located in the enclosed area of Xidazhi Street, Haicheng Street, Lianfa Street, Company Street, Prosperous Street and Beijing Street, with a land area of about 78,000 square meters, a plot ratio of not more than 0.6, a building density of not more than 40%, and a green space rate of not less than 35%, mainly building a comprehensive service building of the Sino-Russian joint campus, concert hall, teacher and student service center, teacher office building, library, etc.
HIT Sino-Russian Joint Campus is a Sino-Russian talent joint training and high-level innovation research base built to promote Sino-Russian educational exchanges and cooperation and promote the deep integration of high-quality resources of HIT and St. Petersburg State University in Russia.
Harbin Nangang District Garden Street area is Harbin’s oldest urban block, with a number of immovable cultural relics buildings and characteristic historical buildings, and completely preserved the original appearance of the construction period of the Eastern Railway, affectionately known as “Yellow House” by Harbin citizens, once used as a residential area for new China railway employees. In 2006, Huayuan Street Historic District was selected as the second batch of historical and cultural districts of Harbin Municipal Government.
According to the previous introduction of HIT, the Sino-Russian joint campus planning on the basis of comprehensive consideration of open blocks, cold climate environment and common characteristics of Chinese and Western universities in spatial form, put forward the principle of “block, college, warm corridor” as the planning layout, that is, through the form of blocks and warm corridors to connect each college, so that the whole project has both small and independent college teaching, but also a large and overall college atmosphere. The new building adopts the characteristic symbols of historical buildings with Russian style, and the colors of the roofs and walls of the new and old buildings are coordinated with each other, “repairing the new as the old”, and inheriting the traditional style of the Huayuan Street Historical and Cultural District to the greatest extent.
According to public information, since 2015, with the support and promotion of the Heilongjiang provincial government, HIT and St. Petersburg State University have carried out comprehensive strategic cooperation, and have jointly established Sino-Russian joint research centers in plasma physics application technology, ecological environment, applied mathematics, advanced materials and so on. In 2018, the representative office of St. Petersburg State University in Harbin Institute of Technology was officially inaugurated.
On September 16, 2019, at the 20th meeting of the China-Russia Committee for Humanities Cooperation, HIT and St. Petersburg State University signed an agreement on cooperation on the joint construction of a Sino-Russian joint campus under the joint witness of the vice premiers of the two governments. On the occasion of the centenary of the establishment of HIT, on June 7, 2020, the groundbreaking ceremony of the Sino-Russian Joint Campus was grandly held.
In March 2022, three joint educational programs between Harbin Institute of Technology and Saint Petersburg State University in Mathematics and Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics and Chemistry were officially approved by the Ministry of Education. In September of the same year, with the first batch of 145 new students enrolled, the Sino-Russian joint campus entered the stage of substantive connotation construction. In early December, the water, drainage, power supply, heating pipe network and temporary pedestrian passages in the Sino-Russian Joint Campus of HIT were all completed, and the repaired cultural relics buildings were ready for use.
As of March 2023, the Sino-Russian joint campus plan of HIT has undergone several rounds of expert reviews organized by the Heilongjiang Provincial Department of Housing and Construction and the Harbin Municipal Government. On March 8, 2023, the Nangang District Cultural Protection Office organized cultural relics experts to inspect and accept the repaired cultural relics buildings in the park, and the construction of the relevant new buildings can begin after the government’s planning approval.
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