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Illustration for news: Olympiad Victory Takes Student from Vietnam to HSE

Olympiad Victory Takes Student from Vietnam to HSE

Thuy Tien Huynh, a 21-year-old from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, has long been interested in Russian language and culture, classic Russian literary works, movies, and music from the Soviet era. While searching for opportunities to study abroad in Russia as a student in the faculty of Russian Linguistics and Literature at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Vietnam, she came across information on the HSE International Olympiad and decided to give it a shot.

Illustration for news: ‘The Programme Immerses its Students in the Reality of Asia’

‘The Programme Immerses its Students in the Reality of Asia’

Olga Volosyuk, Academic Supervisor of the master’s programme ‘Socioeconomic and Political Development of Modern Asia’, and the programme graduates, share their insights on what the programme teaches and why its alumni are in demand on the job market.

HSE Students Became Winners of Interuniversity Olympiad in Arabic Language

Three HSE students of the educational programme in Asian and African Studies became winners of the 10th Interuniversity Olympiad in Arabic language.

Illustration for news: Calligraphy Workshop Participants Take a Trip Through Chinese History

Calligraphy Workshop Participants Take a Trip Through Chinese History

‘Calligraphy and painting are two arts that have different names, but are one and the same,’ wrote Chinese art historian Zhang Yanyuan. Participants of the School of Asian Studies’ lecture and workshop ‘The Magic of Chinese Characters and the Secret of Calligraphy,’ which took place at the State Museum of Oriental Art as part of the Open University project, were able to witness this firsthand.

Illustration for news: HSE Winter School: The Whole World in Miniature

HSE Winter School: The Whole World in Miniature

From January 24 to February 4, HSE's Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs hosted an international winter school. Sixty students from across the globe (Korea, Japan, China, Germany, Italy, Poland, Egypt, Morocco, to name but a few) came together for 12 days and were plunged into the hustle and bustle of daily life in Russia.

HSE Hosts Conference for Junior Japan Experts

The sixth ‘New View’ conference for junior Japan experts has come to an end. The conference was organized by HSE’s School of Asian Studies together with the Japanese culture division of the Margarita Rudomino All-Russia State Library for Foreign Literature (Japan Foundation) and the Association of Japanese Studies.

The West Must Accept Eastern Values without Losing its Own

Western countries must be prepared to take in not only a large number of migrants from Eastern countries, but also the values they carry with them. In addition, one must not forget that the Eastern mentality is more stable and persistent with respect to one's own values ​​than the Western mentality. This topic was discussed during a lecture at Moscow’s Gorky Park given by famous orientalist Aleksey Maslov, who is also the Head of HSE's School of Asian Studies.

HSE Winter Schools Started

From January 27 – February 5, 2014, the HSE Winter Schools for prospective master’s students are once again taking place in the Moscow region.

Russia Is Emerging as a True Eurasian Power

Russia's collaboration with the countries of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), and Asia in general, was the central theme of the session ‘Integration Processes as a Resource for Internal and External Development’.

‘We’ve Suggested Some New Hypotheses on Medieval History’

This year two volumes of the new six-volume academic publication ‘World History’ have come out. Pavel Uvarov, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of the HSE Department of Social History and chief editor of the second volume, which is dedicated to the history of Western and Eastern peoples in the Middle Ages, spoke to us about the book.

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