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RT documentary club starts operating in Beijing

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RT documentary club starts operating in Beijing


02.10.2020

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The RT Documentary Film Club began operating in Beijing, according to the website of the Moscow Compatriot House. The large-scale project is organized by the Rossotrudnichestvo office in China and the RT-DOK TV channel.

The first meeting was attended by Russian compatriots living in China and Chinese residents who were studying the Russian language. They watched The Out of the Network Coverage Area documentary. Its main characters were cadets who were doing practical training on the Kruzenshtern sailing ship during their circumnavigation. Then the participants of the meeting via video link asked questions to the director of the film, Natalya Kadyrova.

The RT Documentary Film Club will meet every three weeks. The participating films will be selected from the archive of the TV channel.

Earlier, Beijing hosted the third meeting of the Book Club, a new format of monthly events for literature lovers. The topic for discussion was Victor Pelevin's novel Secret Views of Mount Fuji.

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