Prominent Russian sinologist Aleksandr Pantsov, Professor, History Department, Capital University, U.S.
1955 - Born in Moscow region
1978 - Graduates, Institute of Asian and African Studies, Moscow State University
1978 - Joins Institute of International Labour Movement, USSR Academy of Sciences
1991 - Joins Institute of Comparative Political Science and Problems of Labour Movement, Russian Academy of Sciences
1993 - Senior research fellow, Institute of Latin America, Russian Academy of Sciences
1993 - Invited professor, Youngstown State University, Ohio
1994 - Professor, Depaul University, Chicago
1998 - Deputy director, Institute of Asian and African Studies, Moscow State University
1999 - Professor, Capital University, Ohio
Today we will talk about China. On the 1st of October, the People’s Republic of China will be celebrating its 60th anniversary. Earlier this year, world media commemorated the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, while this date went mostly unnoticed in China itself. How do the Chinese see their recent history and how does it affect their present time? We’ll be talking about this with prominent Russian sinologist, Aleksandr Pantsov.