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Center for the Study of Orthodox Culture opened in Shanghai

The Patriarchal Council for Culture and the Shanghai University of Foreign Languages ​​signed an agreement on the establishment of the Center for the Study of Orthodox Culture at the university, the press service of the Synodal information department of the Moscow Patriarchate said on Friday.

"The tasks of the Shanghai Center for the Study of Orthodox Culture include acquaintance with traditional Russian culture, the organization of scientific work, the publication of books, in particular, the Chinese-Russian biblical dictionary and the dictionary of Orthodox terms, the exchange of students and postgraduates, seminars and conferences, as well as lecture courses for undergraduate and postgraduate students in China and in Russia ", - said in a press release.

In his welcoming speech, Rector Cao De Ming noted that Orthodox culture is an important component of Russian culture, it "has, is and will continue to exert a broad and far-reaching influence on the language and writing in Russia, on national identity, spiritual life, culture and traditions of Russian people ".

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