1Lakh, R
1Master’s degreeThe Ivan Franko National University of Lviv,the Chair of Modern and Contemporary History of Foreign Countries1 Universytetska Str., Lviv, 79000, Ukraine, roman11lah@gmail.com
Kitaêznavčì doslìdžennâ 2018, 2:35-51
https://doi.org/10.15407/chinesest2018.02.035
Section: History, Philosophy, Science and Culture of China
Language: Ukrainian
Abstract: 

The proposed study is highlighted the history of the public policy periodical “Far East”, which came out three times a month in Harbin. The main editors were Yuriy Roy and Roman Fedoriv-Korda in 1938 and Petro Marchishin in 1939. The magazine positioned itself as radical with a well-defined national idea. There were 27 issues in total. The main task was the national consolidation of Ukrainians in the Far East. In virtually every issue of the newspaper there were pages devoted to the history, culture, and philosophy of China. Special emphasis was placed on international politics in the Far East. Separate pages were devoted to the history of the Japanese-Chinese war. The most notable articles of the Ukrainian Orientalist of Vasily Aksentyevich Odinets were the following: “The oldest population of Manchuria”, “Manchu people. Emperor Nurhaci (from the history of Manchuria)”, “Manchu dynasty in China”, “Formation of a state of Manchuria (Manchukuo)”, “Balhae, Khitan people, Jurchen people”, “Manchurian emperor Nurhaci”, “Emperor of Kangxi era”.

Keywords: Chinese studies, Harbin, history of China, Japanese-Chinese relations, Vasyl Odinets

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