Russia and China: Building As they forge closer ties, can the two countries overcome their fraught history to construct a relationship that goes beyond governmental declarations?

Russia and China: Building As they forge closer ties, can the two countries overcome their fraught history to construct a relationship that goes beyond governmental declarations?

An indicator reads ‘Milan costs for everything!’ in store screen of Central Universal emporium in Moscow Image Credit: Reuters

Lei Daijun can scarcely here believe he is. Standing in Red Square, the 74-year-old teacher that is former main Asia gazes forlornly during the Kremlin walls, the palatial faзade associated with famous arcaded department store GUM, while the gingerbread-style State Historical Museum. Over fifty percent a hundred years ago in Asia, as a Russian language pupil, Lei marvelled at these places on the pages of their textbooks. Now he has started to Russia when it comes to very first time. Continue reading