ZHANG WEI, CAO BAIYING, NING YANHONG. Chinese Emigrants in Russia at the 6th Congress of the Communist Party of China

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15688/jvolsu4.2015.6.1

Zhang Wei

Lecturer,

Heihe University

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Xueyuanlu St., 1, 164300 Heihe town, China

Cao Baiying

Doctor of Sciences (History), Professor,

Heihe University

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Xueyuanlu St., 1, 164300 Heihe town, China

Ning Yanhong

Lecturer,

Heihe University

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Xueyuanlu St., 1, 164300 Heihe town, China


Abstract. In the history of Chinese people staying on Russian territory there is still a lot of questions and areas for investigation and clarification. It is clear that the interaction between the Russians and the Chinese had a direct impact on the further development of Russian- Chinese relations. One of the unique event in the history of Russian-Chinese relations was the 6th Congress of the Communist Party of China, held in Moscow region in the Pervomayskoe village. It was the only Congress of the CPC held abroad and the Congress, where Marxism was adopted by the Chinese Communists, and later it was spread to China. In fact, the Congress was the starting point of the process of Marxism Sinification. The delegates of the 6th Congress included the Chinese immigrants who worked and studied in the USSR. They are directly influenced by the October Revolution which changed their way of thinking, these were people who perceived the ideas of Marxism-Leninism early, they organized the holding of this congress, where examined in detail the possible ways of the Chinese revolution. By adopting Marxism- Leninism and starting its propaganda, they have made a significant contribution to its spread in China in the form of Sinificated Marxism. The further destiny and life of overseas Chinese were different, but almost all of them were closely linked to the Chinese revolution and the transformation process in the Chinese society in the middle of the 20th century. The authors described in detail the composition of the participants and organizers of the Congress, analyzed the content of speeches and reports of the head of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China at the congress, considered the further destiny of the participants and delegates.

Key words: 6th Congress of the Communist Party of China, Chinese emigrants, Sinificated Marxism, the Communist International, Chinese revolution.

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