aasR: open mic
Live discussions of important topics with sinologists
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9th of July 18:00 (GMT+3)
Chinese law in Russian research
We will discuss the following topics:
Chinese law in Russian research
Review of Russian research on Chinese law;
The significance of Russian research on Chinese law for modern law and sinology.
Insight into Chinese current law through the research of Chinese traditional law.
Chinese law in Soviet research
Research on Chinese regime and legislation at the beginning of PRC’s polity.
PRC’s law during political campaigns.
PRC’s law and legislation during the Chinese economic reform (reform and opening-up policy).
Academic research of Chinese traditional law.

The last interview with the founder of law studies in Soviet sinology, Gudoshnikov L.M.
Chinese law in Imperial Russian research
Translating Chinese law into the Russian language.
Law research done by the members of the Russian Christian mission to Beijing.
- Civil law research
- Criminal law research
Imperial China’s law assimilation problem in Imperial Russia.
Russian emigration to Manzhouli and its contribution to the research of Chinese law and regime in 1840-1940.
Russian migrants in Manzhouli and their knowledge about Chinese law and regime.
Periodization of the research on Chinese law and regime done by Russian migrants in Manzhouli.
Institutionalization of the information on Chinese law and regime among Russian migrants.
The content of the information on Chinese law and regime.
Tools and resources that were used to spread knowledge.
Famous figures.
Historical movies
Quasi-law: on the ruins of Qin Empire
The movie is about the law issued by political organs that had been created after Xinhai Revolution (1911). It shows Russian scholar migrants’ research on Chinese, Mongolian and Manzhouli law.

Quasi-countries: on the edge of Asia.
A documentary about one of the most dramatic periods in Asian and Chinese history – period of Japanese occupation. The movie shows the building of the Japanese aggression’s biggest support in the north-east of China: the quasi-countries that were ruled by the local elite, but at the same time were controlled by Kwantung Army.
Troshchinskiy Pavel Vladimirovich
PhD in Law candidate;
Institute of Far Eastern Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences’ lead researcher;
teacher of “Chinese Law”, “Legal Chinese”, “Business Chinese”;
author of “Chinese law in Russian research”;
reviewer of the “Harbin Law Faculty’s best works” monograph, and many other papers about Chinese law, including several individual monographs and translations of Chinese law into Russian.
Danshin Alexander Vladimirovich
PhD in Law candidate;
a member of association of lawyers of Russia;
docent of the State Law and Criminal Law faculties in Kemerovo Branch of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics.
Dudin Pavel Nikolaevich
PhD in Politics candidate;
head of the Center of East Asian countries’ law and regime research (in East Siberia State University of Technology and Management);
chief editor of the "Eurasia: statum et legem" international scientific journal;
docent, creator of special classes about East Asian countries’ law and regime.
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