European Forum of graduates of Russian and Soviet universities is held online1
30.10.2020 The forum coincides with the 75th anniversary of the nuclear industry.
European Forum of graduates of Russian and Soviet universities is held online
Russians bring flowers to French embassy after attack in Nice2
29.10.2020 Tunisian attacker killed 3 believers at a church in Nice.
Russians bring flowers to French embassy after attack in Nice
Participants of "Friends, Our Union is Wonderful" Festival gather online3
29.10.2020 The forum has been traditionally held in Bulgaria but this year it was canceled due to the pandemic.
Participants of "Friends, Our Union is Wonderful" Festival gather online
Largest theaters in Russia and abroad celebrate World Ballet Day4
29.10.2020 Live broadcasts of ballet performances will be avialable for viewers all over the world.
Largest theaters in Russia and abroad celebrate World Ballet Day
Participants of school for young journalists master modern media technologies5
29.10.2020 They discussed multimedia journalism and social networks.
Participants of school for young journalists master modern media technologies
Dozens of poems, stories and essays have participated in the Russian-Speaking Oceania contest, organized by Unification Russian weekly from Sydney. There were such contests in Australia and New Zealand, but for the first time such a big territory was covered. There are not so much Russian compatriots “from the islands” yet but they are being noticed.
150 years ago, on October 22, 1870, Ivan Bunin was born. He was a Russian poet and prose writer, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, honorary member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, emigrant and one of the most sophisticated and unbiased witnesses of his turbulent time.
Foreigners put blind trust in stories about Russian bears, nuclear threat and ubiquarian KGB agents. However, the list of the most convincing myths about Russia is topped by the one of Russian drinking. It turned out to be so strong and persistent that even the Russians have believed it. It is not a mere coincidence that our fellow citizens think Russian people have always drunk, and a holiday feast is considered to be a national tradition. Who made the whole world believe the banal stereotypes? Why do all historians claim the opposite and who benefits from the myth of Russian drinking?
Our compatriot community includes a lot of dynamic female members that have managed to realize their potential in another countries and provide assistance to those who have faced difficulties. Elizaveta Donnery, a solicitor from Ireland, Natalia Zhukova, a family psychologist from Finland, and Anastasia Tikhonova, a member of the Russian Women Association in Malaysia and a volunteer helping women who face domestic violence, tell us about their activities.
Mikhail Illarionovich Golenishchev-Kutuzov, an outstanding Russian military leader and diplomat, was born 275 years ago. Everyone knows about his achievements in the wars with the Turks and Napoleon. Let us look into a little less known, but incredibly remarkable facts from our great compatriot’s life.
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