From January 31 to February 2, Theresa May led the largest delegation in her term of office to visit China. What is the background of this visit to China? Why Wuhan is her first stop to visit China? What is the significance of this visit to China for the current Sino-British Relations? How to evaluate Mei's achievements in the past 19 months? What is her biggest challenge now? What is the most likely outcome of the brexit negotiations? Why is Britain the one most active in Belt and Road Initiative in the Western powers? What other areas can the two states strengthen cooperation in the future? On these issues, the commentator of Southern Metropolis Daily (hereinafter referred to as "Nandu") interviewed Zhao Chen, director of the International Relations Office of the European Institute of the Chinese Academy of social sciences.