Russian-Chinese explanatory dictionary of Orthodox terminology prepared for publication

A workshop on preparing for publication a Russian-Chinese explanatory dictionary of Orthodox terminology was held at the Institute of Sino-Christian Studies in Hong Kong.

The meeting was attended by Prof. Daniel Yeung, Director of the Institute, representatives of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, specialists from Beijing, Hong Kong and Macau. The dictionary's publication is planned for 2014 in Beijing.

Orthodox.cn

1/29/2014

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