>e collaboration that began with the University of Fuzhou in 2011, in the sector of the design of retrofitting of existing bridges, then extended to interventions on existing and historic buildings, with very innovative aspects compared to what has been developed in other universities and countries. >is thanks to the peculiarities of the Italian and Chinese experiences in the construction and historical infrastructure sectors. We dealt with issues related to the adobe/rammed earth construction, new materials, innovative intervention and monitoring techniques. A broad and interdisciplinary collaboration has been created. >e Sino Italian Center between the Universities of Roma Tre and Fuzhou, which was inaugurated in 2016 in Fuzhou, will now open an office in Roma Tre, represents a unique case for both Italy and Europe.