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New Russian tutorials presented at book exhibition in Beijing

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New Russian tutorials presented at book exhibition in Beijing


pixabay.comRussia is taking part in the book exhibition fair opened today in Chinese capital, Rospechyat reports.

This event is gaining popularity among editors of our country. New editions of Russian classics, modern writers’ books, art albums, historical researches, tutorials, new Russian editions on Chinese linguistics, books about Moscow and Moscowites are exhibited there. Active collaboration in scientific-technical field between Russia and China is reflected in a new Russian-Chinese-English dictionary of railway terminology.

Video presentation of Moscow international book exhibition fair and of new tutorials by the publishing house Russian language. Training courses is planned at the event.

Creative meetings with writers, discussions, round tables and many other activities are on the bill of the book fair. In particular, there will be discussion of programme about translating and publishing books of Russian and Chinese classical and modern literature. It exists several years already. Russian delegation includes writers Maya Kucherskaya and Eugeny Shishkin. Their books have recently been published in China. Besides, readers will be able to meet writer Eugeny Grishkovets whose books are also translatedinto Chinese.

Eventually, the books from this exhibition will be presented to the Russian Embassy in China.

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