Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press (FLTRP) was founded by Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU).
FLTRP signed the very first international licensing agreement with OUP.
FLTRP licensed English in Use from CUP.
FLTRP signed an agreement with Longman to introduce New Concept English to the China market.
FLTRP licensed the Bookworm series from OUP, now a prestigious graded reader series in China.
FLTRP and Macmillan Education jointly launched the New Standard English series.
The launching of Everyday Chinese, a co-published CLT project between FLTRP and Cengage, marked the start of FLTRP's “going global” initiative.
The FLTRP-Springer China Academic Library series, has yielded more than 40 China-themed titles in English for global audience.
FLTRP undertook Key Concepts in Chinese Thought and Culture-Translation and Communication Project and started to promote the series overseas.
The FLTRP-OBU Confucius Institute was established at Oxford Brookes University.
FLTRP set up its first overseas China-themed Editorial Department in Bulgaria.
FLTRP set up the overseas China-themed Editorial Departments in France and Poland.
FLTRP and publishers from China and Central and Eastern European countries co-launched the China-CEEC Publishing Association.
FLTRP held the Forum on China Foreign Language Education Development and Publishing during BIBF to celebrate FLTRP's 40th Anniversary with its international partners.
The Forum on "Translation of Humanities Classics and Mutual Learning between Civilizations", sponsored by China-CEEC Publishing Association,was successfully held both online and offline.
FLTRP Group was established.