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Russian Center meets future Russian language specialists

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Russian Center meets future Russian language specialists


Russian Center of Beijing International Studies University welcomed new guests on September, 12. 17 nine-graders from the middle school at Beijing University came for the first lesson dedicated to Russia.

The Russian Center professor Dai Guiju organised weekly lections on history and geography of Russia. She made a video presentation for the future russianists showing geografical and time zones, rivers and lakes.

The lecture called a success. Young Russian language specialists asked many follow-up questions. Weekly lectures will certainly motivate students to learn Russian language, and serve as a base for raising future russianists.

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