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Mr. Borisov Dmitriy
Born in Novosibirsk, Russia, Borisov is a specialist in Oriental Studies; he is currently a doctoral researcher in the Department of Oriental Studies at Novosibirsk State University (2014 – present).Mr. Dmitriy has been working as an Assistant Lecturer at Novosibirsk State University.
Research Interests: Chinese history, Three Kingdoms history
Dr. Dryaeva Ella
Born in Moscow, Russia, Dr. Dryaeva has been awarded her Ph.D in social Philosophy in Lomonosov Moscow State University in 2016. She is currently an Assistant Professor at Lomonosov Moscow State University, and the Head of Media Office at the Faculty of Philosophy.
Research Interests: Identity, identity crisis, communication, Internet of things, cross-cultural philosophy.
Mr. Kocherov Oleg
Born in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, Kocherov is a specialist in translation and interpreting; he is currently a doctoral researcher in the Department of Philosophical Problems of Politics (2015 – present) in Institute of philosophy, Russia Academy of Science. Mr. Oleg is a senior lecturer assistant in the Philosophy Department of Russian State Academic University.
Research Interests: Chinese philosophical doctrines (Confucianism in particular), military treatises, and the game of weiqi (圍棋).
Mrs. Nechyparuk Darya
Born in Belarus, now living in Tianjin (PRC), Nechyparuk was a specialist in Chinese language and literature in the Department of philosophy, Belarusian State University. She later received her master in Nankai University of Tianjin (PRC), major in linguistics. Mrs. Darya is currently a lecturer of Chinese language at Belarusian State University and the Head of translation team of Chinese Classics from Chinese to Belarusian language (‘dialog’).
Research Interests: Chinese culture, translation of Chinese Classics, Chinese linguistics.
Dr. Rodrigues Urbano
Born in Goa, India, Dr. Urbano has received his Ph.D from Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquino in Roma, Italy. He is currently Adjunct at the University of Fairfield, CT (USA), and Adjunct at the University of Bridgeport, CT (USA).
Research Interests: Asian philosophy with emphasis on Buddhism and theories of the mind.
Mr. Rudenko Nikolai
Born in Novosibirsk, Russia, Mr. Nikolai received a master’s degree in Chinese Philosophy from Xiamen University, China (2013-2015). He is currently a doctoral student, and junior researcher in the China Department, Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Science, based in Moscow. Nikolai lectures at Russian State University of Humanities and also serves as a member of EACS (European Association for Chinese Studies) and EACP (European Association for Chinese Philosophy).
Research Interests: Chinese philosophy, neo-Confucianism, Li Zhi.
Dr. Schmaltz Marcia
Born in Brazil, Dr. Schmaltz has been awarded her Ph.D in Linguistics from University of Macao (2015); she has been a senior researcher in Translation Studies (BLCU 2005) and teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language (BNU 2001). Marcia is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Laboratory for Experimentation in Translation (LETRA) in the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil, and in the Centre for Asia Oriental Studies (2015 – present).
Research Interests: Brazil-China literature translation history, Chinese as FL (First Language), Chinese Studies.
Awards: Open Book Literature Prize, Proto Alegre City Town Acorianos Prize for Translation.
Dr. Taran Makar
Born in Kyiv, Ukraine, Dr. Makar has received his Doctoral degree from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (2015, Taiwanese Issue in the USA Foreign Policy in the 1990s). He is a specialist in Chinese language, Taiwan, and Mandarin training. Currently, Dr. Makar serves as an Associate Professor in the Department of Modern and Contemporary History of Foreign countries, Faculty of History, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (2005 – present).
Research Interests: The US-China relations, the PRC in the period of “Reforms and Opening up”, Mainland-Taiwan socio-cultural ties.
Mr. Weng Ruoyang
Born in Hunan, China, Ruoyang is a doctoral researcher in East Asian Studies at the University of Toronto (2015 – present). He has previously received his master’s in Humanities from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Research Interests: Chinese philosophy, neo-Confucianism, Korean neo-Confucianism, philosophy of emotion.
Mr. Ying Jingcai
Born in Wenzhou and raised in Shanghai, China, Jingcai has been educated in Canada and the US. He is currently a doctoral researcher in the Department of Politics, University of Virginia (USA). Mr. Ying’s dissertation focuses on Confucian democratic theory, exploring value diversity and the possibility of intercultural dialogues in Zhu Xi’s ontology and his theory of self-cultivation.
Research Interests: Western political theory, Chinese political thought (especially Zhu Xi) and criticisms of democracy.