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Not so long ago Russkiy Mir Foundation has published news about the grave of the first wave emigrant Georgy Gorchakov in Tunisia. The grave is situated at the local Gammarth cemetery located near Tunis. Our compatriot Natalia Kupcha lives for 40 years in this country, was a good friend of Georgy Nikolaevich. Here's what she told us about him: He was my neighbor. Since I was a touristic guide, I was talking about Russian diaspora in Tunisia, and always conveyed good sentiments to him. It's been a while, about 35 years ago. Gorchakov died by natural causes, of old age. He...

16.04.2018
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Array

Yulia Goryacheva  Yury Miloslavsky, a Russian writer and publicist living in US talked to our reporter about ways to save his language legacy in emigration, about the Russian Church abroad and his vision of the modern Russian world. – Yury Georgievich, you have been living abroad for a long time and, at this, you started writing prose away from Russia. Why? How has your emigration experience influenced your personality and your work? – Being outside of the Russian cultural, or, as the great linguist Nikolay Trubetskoy put it, friendly...

12.03.2018
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Diaspora

Igor Gashkov Russian-speaking community is one of the largest communities in the world. Emigrants, bound by the church parishes and cultural centres used to live peacefully and stay away of the politics. However, after the sanctions were introduced in 2014, life of Russian communities changed a lot. Our ex-compatriots complain that the informational pressure of global mass media is growing. They acknowledge that despite this, the Russians still sympathize with the current Russian government. The Immortal Regiment invades Paris There have been several emigration...

28.02.2018
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Diaspora

Svetlana Smetanina Russian compatriots from all over Australia carried flags and banners supporting Russian Olympians at the People's Friendship parade inn Adelaide on January 26th. The march organizer, director of House of Russian Culture Vladimir Yezhov recounts how such unusual action was made possible. - How did you have that idea – to parade in support of our Olympians? - In early December IOC has announced under which conditions Russian athletes could not take part in Winter Olympics-2018: no flag at the Olympics opening, no possibility to play Russian anthem in case of victory. These...

30.01.2018
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Diaspora

Julia Goriacheva Ludmila Rostislavovna Selinsky (USA) is a member of the Congress of Russian Americans, the Russian Nobility Association in America, and the Council of Directors for the Otrada association for cultural education and aid. She spoke with Russkiy Mir about the fates of several generations of her forebears after leaving Russia, as well as her own work to preserve Russia’s cultural heritage. – My father, Rostislav Vladimirovich Polchaninov, is working on the third volume of his memoirs, where he elaborates on this subject with examples from the lives of his family and contemporaries. The previous book, We...

18.10.2017
Rubric: Interview
Subject: Diaspora

Natalia Naumova It was an unusual summer evening last Saturday at the Russian Community Centre in Brisbane. Two hundred people became not just spectators and guests but participants in a long-awaited concert by the male chorus DustyEsky. The chorus is made up primarily of native Australians but they perform Russian songs. The male chorus DustyEsky—who are famous all across Australia, and have recently become quite well-known in Russia as well—doesn’t fit the classical image of an academic chorus: they don’t wear formal costumes or ties, they don’t stand in even formations or have strained expressions. Very much the...

08.09.2017
Rubric: Articles
Subject: Diaspora

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