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116.
Badaraev B.D., Oshchorova G.S.,Tumurova M.S. On the Mathematical Fundamentals of the 12-year Animal Cycle in China and Central Asia
 
VIII, 3
117.
Badmazhapov Ts.B. The Characteristics of the “Pure Earth” Style in the Frescos of Dunhuang (7th Century)
 
XVI, 2
118.
Badmazhapov Ts.B. The Semantic Interpretation of Buddhist Iconography
 
XX, 1
119.
Badylkin L.Ye. Chinese Poets in Traditional Biography
 
V, 1
 
120.
Badylkin L.Ye. Xie Lingyun (385–433) and the Poetry of his Time
 
VII, 1
121.
Badylkin L.Ye. Synthesis of Arts in Chinese Tradition
 
VIII, 1
122.
Badylkin L.Ye. Life Values in “Feng Liu” (the Style of Behaviour of a Chinese Artist from the 3rd to the 6th Century)
 
X, 1
123.
Bakeshova I. Political Relations of Austria-Hungary with China
 
XX, 2
124.
Bakulin Ye.V. Culturological Concepts of Traditional China and the Structure of a Bee-hive
 
XIX, 1
125.
Bakulin Ye.V. Traditional Bee-Keeping in China and Practical Culturology
 
XXI, 1
126.
Bakulin Ye.V. Zhen-jiu Therapy: Essential Problems of Theory and Practice
 
XXII, 1
127.
Bakulin Ye.V. The Numeral Six and the Bee Honeycomb. Changes in Consciousness
 
XXIII, 1
128.
Bakulin Ye.V. Changes in Consciousness in Chinese Culture
 
XXIV, 1
129.
Bakulin Ye.V. Changes in Consciousness. Reception of Culture
 
XXV
130.
Bakulin Ye.V. The Practice of Obtaining the Prediction with the Help of Zhou Yi
 
XXXVI
131.
Barahta B.P., Deev N.N. The Current Campaign of “Criticism of Lin Biao and Confucius”
 
VI, 3
132.
Barmin V.A. The Question of Organization of “National Army” of the
East-Turkestan Republic, 1944–1949
 
XXVIII, 1
133.
Bashanov M.K. Osman Turkey and Eastern Turkestan: Genesis and Evolution of Political Interrelations
 
XXIII, 2
134.
Baskakov V.Yu. The Comparison of Concepts of “Sthenicity” and “Inner Energy” in Western and Eastern Medicine
 
XX, 1
135.
Baskakov V.Yu., Sergeev V.M. Features of Mentality within Limits of Cultural Tradition: Sun-zi and Clausewitz
 
XVI, 3
136.
Baskakov V.Yu. Pair Exercises of the Taijiquan System as a Method of Psychotechniques and Psycho-correction
 
XXI, 1
137.
Baskakov V.Yu. The Phenomenon of Eastern Psycho-techniques
 
XXIII, 2
138.
Batuev D.Zh. English-Russian Rivalry in Northern China at the Beginning of the 19th Century and the Attitude of the Qing Court
 
VIII, 2
139.
Batuev D.Zh. The Assessment of American-Chinese TradeAgreement of 1903
 
XIII, 3
140.
Batuev D.Zh. The Taft-Katzura Agreement and the American Attitude to the North-Eastern Outlying Districts of Qing China (July 1905)
 
XV, 3
141.
Batuev D.Zh. The English-Japanese Agreement of 1905 and the Policy of Great Britain in China
 
XXII, 2
142.
Baturov V.A. The Agrarian Program of Gong Zizhen
 
III, 1
143.
Bazarova B. Two Sources on Mongolian History in the First Part of the 17th Century
 
IX, 2
144.
Bazarova B. The War of Galdan with Halha and Its Reflection in the Mongolian Chronicles of the 18th and the 19th Centuries
 
XI, 2
145.
Bazarova B. Status of the Mongols in Qing China prior to the Revolution of 1911
 
XXIV, 2
146.
Bazhenov G.А. “Person” as a Basic Concept of the Chinese Language Sphere of Concepts
 
XXXIX
 
147.
Bazhenova E.S. The Evolution of Views on the Population Problem in the PRC in the 1950s and the 1960s
 
V, 3
148.
Beishenaliev T.O. The Kirghizes in China: Problems of Ethnogenesis and Ethic Culture
 
XVII, 2
149.
Beishenaliev T.O. The Term “Burut” in Chinese Sources of the Qing Epoch
 
XVIII, 2
150.
Beishenaliev T.O. The Eastern and Western Buruts in Chinese Sources of the Qing Period
 
XX, 2
151.
Belelyubskiy F.B. Social Origin of the Leaders of the Taiping Rebellion
 
I, 1
152.
Belelyubskiy F.B. Rong Hong and Wang Tao as Predecessors of Chinese Bourgeois Intellectuals and Their Relations with the Taipins
 
II, 1
153.
Belelyubskiy F.B. Textological Questions of Mao Zedong’s Works
 
II, 2
154.
Belelyubskiy F.B. The Unity and Diversity of Chinese Culture
 
III, 2
155.
Belelyubskiy F.B. The Taiping Ideal of Theocratic Monarchy (On the Question of Political Ideology of Medieval Peasantry)
 
VI, 2
156.
Belelyubskiy F.B. B.V. Vetrov: Scientist and His Archive
 
XXII, 3
157.
Belelyubskiy F.B. Datong” of Ancient China and “Solar Island” of Ancient Greece
 
XXIV, 1
158.
Belelyubskiy F.B., Kerimov V.I. Interpretation of the Social System
of Ancient and Medieval China in theWorks of G. Levin
 
IX, 2
159.
Belkin D.I. China in the Future in the Book “The Year 4338” by V.F. Odoyevskiy
 
XVI, 2
160.
Beloglazov G.P. The Development of Hiring Practices in Agriculture in Manchuria
 
VIII, 2
161.
Beloglazov G.P. Tenancy Relations and the Position of Peasantry in Manchuria in the 1920s
 
IX, 3
162.
Beloglazov G.P. The System of Land-use and Land-management in Manchuria in the 1920s
 
X, 3
163.
Beloglazov G.P. Agrarian Reform in North-Eastern China in 1946–1947
 
XIX, 3
164.
Beloglazov G.P. Agrarian Reform in North-Eastern China: Final Stage (1948–1949)
 
XXII, 2
165.
Beloglazov G.P. Agrarian Reform in North-Eastern China: Preparatory Measures (Late 1945 – Early 1946)
 
XXIII, 2
166.
Beloglazov G.P. The Russian Factor in Manchurian Agriculture (1910s–1920s)
 
XXVII
167.
Belogortzev V.G. The Policy of Japanese Authorities on the Occupied Territories of China (1937–1945)
 
X, 3
168.
Belogortzev V.G. Ideological Concepts of Wang Jingwei’s Puppet Government (1939–1943)
 
XI, 3
169.
Belogortzev V.G. Opium Trade as a Means of Japanese Aggression in China in the 1940s
 
XV, 3
 
170.
Belogurova A.E. The Program of the Japanese Administration on Assimilation of the Taiwan Population and Its Implementation (1937–1945)
 
XXIX
171.
Belov Ye.A. Why the Xinhai Revolution is Bourgeois, but not Bourgeois-Democratic?
 
II, 2
172.
Belov Ye.A. Misinterpretations of the Wuchang Rebellion History by Sun Yatsen
 
III, 2
173.
Belov Ye.A. The Slogan “Establishment of Republic” during the Period of the Xinhai Revolution
 
IV, 2
174.
Belov Ye.A. The Number of “Wenxueshe” and “Gongjinhui” Organizations on the Eve of the 1911–1913 Revolution
 
VI, 2
175.
Belov Ye.A. Zou Rong – Propagandist of Bourgeois Republican Ideas in China
 
VII, 2
176.
Belov Ye.A. On the Assessments of Selected Information in the “New History of China”
 
VIII, 2
177.
Belov Ye.A. The Interpretation of Sun Yatseng’s “Industrial Plan”
 
IX, 3
178.
Belov Ye.A. The Characteristics of the Wuchang Rebellion of 1911
 
X, 2
179.
Belov Ye.A. The Xinhai Revolution – Won or Lost?
 
XI, 2
180.
Belov Ye.A. Policy of “Self-reinforcement” of the Qing Government from the View of Modern Historians of the PRC
 
XIII, 3
181.
Belov Ye.A. Western Bourgeois Scientists on the Wuchang Rebellion
 
XIV, 3
182.
Belov Ye.A. The Wuchang Rebellion of 1911 as Viewed by the PRC Historians
 
XV, 3
183.
Belov Ye.A. The Wuchang Rebellion in Soviet Historiography of the 1920s– 1950s
 
XVI, 3
184.
Belov Ye.A. Why Russia Joined the Bank Consortium of the USA, Great Britain, France and Germany in 1912
 
XX, 2
185.
Belov Ye.A. The Revolution of 1911–1913 in the Book by G.I. Safarov “Essays on the History of China”
 
XXI, 3
186.
Belov Ye.A. The Position of Russia and China towards Mongolia after Its Declaration of Independence (1911–1912)
 
XXII, 2
187.
Belov Ye.A. The Barga Question in Russian-Chinese Relations
 
XXIII, 2
188.
Belov Ye.A. The History of Russian-Chinese Relations during the 1911–1913 Revolution in China
 
XXIV, 2
189.
Belov Ye.A. The Russian Mission in Beijing and “100 Days of Reforms” (1898)
 
XXV
190.
Belov Ye.A. Russian Support of the Altai and Kobdos Kazakhs in 1913 (according to the Unpublished Documents from Russian Archives)
 
XXVI
191.
Belov Ye.A. Antichinese Rebellion under the Guidance of Togtokh in the Inner Mongolia in 1907–1910
 
XXXIII
192.
Belozerova V.G. The Sociological Functions of Furniture in Traditional Chinese Interior
 
IX, 2
193.
Belozerova V.G. The Image of Chinese Calligraphers and the European Equivalents
 
X, 2
194.
Belozerova V.G. Rock Calligraphy Muo-Yai
 
XXXI
195.
Belozyorova V.G. Yin fu jing Scroll from the Calligraphy Heritage of Dong Qichang
 
XXXII
196.
Belozyorova V.G. Works of Deng Shiru: Conflict of Orthodoxes and Reformers in the Chinese Calligraphy of the Qing Dynasty Period
 
XXXIII
197.
Belyaev S.A. The Local CCP Organizations and the Soviets (1931–1934)
 
X, 3
198.
Belyaev S.A. The Character of Social Composition of Local Soviets in the Chinese Soviet Republic
 
XI, 3
199.
Belyaev S.A. Methods of Solving the Food Problem in the Soviet Regions of China (1913–1934)
 
XII, 3
200.
Belyaev S.A. Role of the Chinese Red Army in the Organization of the System of Local Soviets in the PRC (1931–1934)
 
XIV, 3
201.
Bem K.Yu. Penetration of German Imperialism into China in 1933–1937
 
XVI, 3
202.
Bem K.Yu. Aspects of Soviet-Chinese Relations in an Article by D. Heinzig
 
XXVII
203.
Bem K.Yu. The Question of Prospects of the Youth Movement in China (According to the German magazine Spiegel)
 
XXXII
204.
Berezny L.A. Characteristics of the Xinhai Revolution
 
II, 2
205.
Berezny L.A. Characteristics of the 1925–1927 Revolution in China
 
IV, 2
206.
Berezny L.A. Features of Chinese History in the 19th Century as Interpreted by American Scientists of Chinese Origin
 
V, 2
207.
Berezny L.A. China: Traditions and the Present Times (The Posing of a Question)
 
VI, 1
208.
Berezny L.A. The Struggle between Democratic and Antidemocratic Tendencies in the Chinese Revolution of 1925–1927
 
VII, 2
209.
Berezny L.A. Soviet Historiography on the Character of Chinese Soviets
 
VIII, 3
210.
Berezny L.A. More on the Chronological Boundary between the Revolution of 1925–1927 and the Subsequent Period of Chinese History
 
IX, 3
211.
Berezny L.A. The Revolution of 1925–1927: National? National-Democratic?
 
X, 3
212.
Berezny L.A. The Formation and Development of National Self-consciousness of the Hans
 
XI, 2
213.
Berezny L.A. Concept of “Culturalism” and Problem of Formation of National Consciousness of the Chinese (Hans)
 
XII, 2
214.
Berezny L.A. A Further Note on the Results of the Xinhai Revolution
 
XIII, 3
215.
Berezny L.A. The Concept of “National-Liberation Revolution” and the Revolutionary Process in China
 
XIV, 3
216.
Berezny L.A. The Social Nature of the Guomindang Regime during the Period of the “Nanking Decade”
 
XV, 3
217.
Berezny L.A. The Problem of National and Social Aspects in Chinese Revolution
 
XVI, 3
218.
Berezny L.A. The Characteristics of the Revolutionary Process in China: A Problem in Soviet Historiography
 
XVII, 3
219.
Berezny L.A. The Formation of New State System in China in the First Part of the 20th Century: A Problem in Soviet Historiography
 
XVIII, 3
220.
Berezny L.A. The History of Working Out the Concept of “Public Democratic Culture” for China
 
XIX, 3
221.
Berezny L.A. It Was the New-Democratic Revolution in China, Wasn’t It? A Problem in Soviet Historiography
 
XX, 2
222.
Berezny L.A. More on the Theory of New Democracy
 
XXI, 2
223.
Berezny L.A. The Revolution of Missed Opportunities
 
XXII, 2
 
224.
Berezny L.A. Republican China: Was Reformation theAlternative to Revolution?
XXIII, 2
225.
Berezny L.A. Reformation Tradition in Chinese History
 
XXIV, 2
226.
Berezny L.A. The Process of China Modernization (Short Novels)
 
XXV
227.
Berezny L.A. Local Elite in the System of Chinese Despotism (A Problem in Western Historiography)
 
XXVI
228.
Berezny L.A. Chronological Outlines of the New History of China. A Problem in Historiography
 
XXVII
229.
Berezny L.A. China in the 20th Century: Alternatives, Historiographic Notes
 
XXVIII, 1
230.
Berezny L.A. The Paradoxes of Gu Jiegang. The American Journal on Chinese Historiography of the 1930s
 
XXIX
231.
Berezny L.A. Revolution as a Historical Phenomenon. Meditations of the Western Sinologist
 
XXX
232.
Berezny L.A. Postmodernism and the Problem of Fact in History. On the Discussion in Western Sinology
 
XXXI
233.
Berger Ya.M. The Question of Social-Class Differentiation in the Chinese Village after Agrarian Reform
 
VI, 2
234.
Berger Ya.M. State and Village inModern China
 
VII, 3
235.
Berger Ya.M. Modernization in the PRC: Aspects of Theory and Practice
 
XXVI, 2
236.
Berger Ya.M. The Status of Woman in Modern China
 
XXV
237.
Berger Ya.M. Global Strategy of China and the Place of Russia in this Strategy
 
XXXVI
238.
Berzinya U.А. Traditional Chinese Discourse in the Modern Political Discourse of the PRC (Posing of the Problem)
 
XXXIX
 
239.
Berzinya U.А. Traditional Political Language in theModern PRC
 
XL
 
240.
Biryulin E. The Division into Periods of the Economic Relations between the PRC and Japan
 
IV, 3
241.
Blagonravova U.L. The Existence of Linguistic Contact of Late Ancient Chinese Language with Tai Languages
 
XV, 1
242.
Blinova E.A. “Bright Throne” (Ming Tang) as a Spatial-dministrative (Land Planning) Scheme
 
XIX, 1
243.
Blinova E.A. Spatial Land-Planning Structures in “Yu Gong” and “Ming Tang Wei” Texts
 
XX, 1
244.
Blinova E.A. Yu Gong” as a Spatial-Administrative Scheme
 
XXII, 1
245.
Blitstein P.A. Max Weber et les rites chinois: une critique methodologique
 
XL
246.
Blyumkhen S.I. Features of Trigrams’ Distribution in the Hexagrams of the “Book of Changes”
 
XVIII, 1
247.
Blyumkhen S.I. Experience of Semantic Reconstruction of the “Book of Changes”
 
XIX, 1
248.
Blyumkhen S.I. Philosophic-Religious Ideas of the Zhou Epoch: from Totem to Heavens Cult
 
XIX, 2
249.
Blyumkhen S.I. The Phenomenon of Dualism in Ancient Chinese Culture
 
XX, 1
250.
Blyumkhen S.I. Localization of the “Realm of the Dead” in Ancient China
 
XXIV, 1
251.
Blyumkhen S.I. Zonal and Vector Analysis of Tao-te Images
 
XXXIV
252.
Blyumkhen S.I. Paired Images in the Light of Ideas of the Ancient Chinese on the Sacral Space
 
XXXVI
253.
Bogachikhin M.M. Early Chinese Ceramics. Advances in Technology
 
III, 1
254.
Bogachikhin M.M. Black Glaze during the Song Dynasty and Tea Ceremony
 
V, 1
255.
Bogachikhin M.M. Two Routes of Ceramics during the Song Dynasty
 
VI, 1
256.
Bogachikhin M.M. The First Ceramic Paints in China
 
VII, 1
257.
Bogachikhin M.M. Principles of Taoist Bioenergetics
 
XVI, 1
258.
Bogachikhin M.M. Mathematical Model of Hexagrams
 
XIX, 1
259.
Bogoslovsky V.A. Theocracy in the State Structure
of Tibet
 
I, 1
260.
Bogoslovsky V.A. Agrarian Reforms in Tibet
 
VI, 2
261.
Bogoslovsky V.A. School Education in Tibet
 
VII, 3
262.
Bogoslovsky V.A. Interpretation of Tibetan History (before 1949) in Chinese Historiography from 1980 to 1986
 
XIX, 2
263.
Bokshchanin A.A. The Social Base of the “Jingnan” War in China (1399–1402)
 
I, 1
264.
Bokshchanin A.A. Chinese Strategy and Tactics of War – an Example of the “Jingnan” War (1399–1402)
 
II, 1
265.
Bokshchanin A.A. The Policy of Chinese Imperial Government towards Independent Sovereigns (Wang) at the Beginning of the 15th Century
 
IV, 2
266.
Bokshchanin A.A. The Policy of First Emperors of the Ming Dynasty towards Buddhism and Taoism
 
VIII, 1
267.
Bokshchanin A.A. Apanages in China from the End of the 14th to the Beginning of the 15th Century
 
X, 1
268.
Bokshchanin A.A. The Territory of Apanages and Land Properties of their Sovereigns at the Beginning of the Ming Period
 
XIII, 1
269.
Bokshchanin A.A. The History of Conflict between Apanages and Central Government during the Ming Period – Relations between the Court and Ning Apanage
 
XVII, 1
 
270.
Bokshchanin A.A. Struggle of Zhu Yuanzhang with “Insidious Dignitaries” as Shown in the Text of His “Behests”
 
XVIII, 1
271.
Bokshchanin A.A. “Honoured Dignitaries” and Their Role in Socio-Political System of the Ming Empire
 
XIX, 2
272.
Bokshchanin A.A. Unusual Government Bodies in the History of the Chinese State
 
XXII, 1
273.
Bokshchanin A.A. Concealed Historical Realities in Chinese History
 
XXIV, 1
274.
Bokshchanin A.A. Warnings to Honoured Dignitaries in the Beginning of the Ming Period
 
XXVI
 
275.
Bokshchanin A.A. Conflict Relations between Imperial Power and Honoured Dignitaries in the EarlyMing Period
 
XXVII
276.
Bokshchanin A.A. The Chinese Embassy to the Country of Red Land at the Beginning of the 7th Century
 
XXIX
277.
Bokshchanin A.A. The History of the Three Government Chambers in Ancient and Medieval China
 
XXX
278.
Bokshchanin A.A. What did Christophor Columbus, his Contemporaries and Followers Hope to Find Over theWestern Ocean?
 
XXXI
279.
Bokshchanin A.A. Sedition and the Means of Its Prevention as Interpreted by the Founder of the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644)
 
XXXII
280.
Bokshchanin A.A. Names-Appeals in the “Testaments” of Zhu Yuanzhang, the Founder of theMing Dynasty
 
XXXIII
281.
Bokshchanin A.A. Empress Feng: Uncrowned Ruler of China
 
XXXIV
282.
Bokshchanin A.A. Emperor’s Duties, His Personal Skills and Private Life as Interpreted by Zhu Yuanzhang, the Founder of the Ming Dynasty
 
XXXV
283.
Bokshchanin A.A. Estimation of the Founder of the Ming Dynasty in China
 
XXXVI
284.
Bokshchanin A.A. The History of China in the Ming Period (1368–1644) as Presented in the Russian Historiography
 
XXXVII
285.
Bokshchanin A.A. Founder of the Ming Dynasty Zhu Yuanzhang on the Rights and Duties of the Heir to the Throne and the Monarch Sons Vested with Apanages
 
XXXVIII
286.
Bokshchanin A.A. Chinese Emperors of the Ming
Period (1368–1644)
 
XXXIX
287.
Bokshchanin A.A. Women – Rulers of China
 
XL
288.
Bolotina O.P. The Influence of the National-Liberation War of 1937–1945 in China to the Outlook and Creative Work of Lao She
 
VII, 2
289.
Bolotina O.P. Lao She and “Al-Chinese Association of Workers of Literature and Art against the Enemy”
 
VIII, 2
290.
Bolotina O.P. Artistic Concept of Person in the Novel “My Life” by Lao She
IX, 3
291.
Bolotina O.P. Lao She’s Position in the Struggle for the Rapprochement of Literature and theMasses (1937–1945)
 
X, 3
292.
Bolotina O.P. The Problem of Chinese Society in Lao She’s Trilogy “Four Generations of One Family”
 
XI, 3
293.
Bolotina O.P. The World of Images and Image of the World in the Works of Wu Zuxiang
 
XIV, 3
 
294.
Bolsokhoeva N.D. Tibetan Treatises on Medicine in the National Archive of Katmandu
 
XVI, 2
295.
Bolsokhoeva N.D. Chinese Translations as a Part of the Tibetan Buddhist Canon
 
XVII, 2
296.
Bolsokhoeva N.D. Tibetan Treatise “The Essence of Medical Science”: Brief Characteristics
 
XVIII, 2
297.
Bolsokhoeva N.D. Tibetan Written Sources from the Expedition to Mustang in the Collection of National Archive in Nepal
 
XX, 2
298.
Bolsokhoeva N.D. The Tibetan Scientist and Interpreter Rinchen Zangpo (958–1055)
 
XXI, 2
299.
Bolsokhoeva N.D. The Indian Buddhist-Scholar Atisha (982–1054) and His Contribution into Creation of the Tibetan Buddhist Canon
 
XXII, 1
300.
Bolsokhoeva N.D. “Lhan Thab”: A Key to the Studying of Clinics and Therapy of Tibetan Medicine in manba dazans (sman grwa tshang) of the Central Asia
 
XXXIX
301.
Borisov A. Facts and Dates of Wang Chong’s Life
 
XXVI
302.
Borisov A. Dong Zhongshu – Philosopher of Empire
 
XXVI
303.
Borisov A. Difang Zhi in Modern Sinological Historiography
 
XXVIII, 1
304.
Borodich V.F. Data on the Waged Workers in Chinese Industries in the Second Part of the 19th Century
 
V, 2
305.
Borodich V.F. The Question of Proletariat and Semiproletariat in Rural China at the 6th Congress of the CCP
 
VI, 2
306.
Borodich V.F. Unsettled Questions of the History of the Hailufeng Soviets in China
 
VII, 2
307.
Borodich V.F. Comparative Analysis of Political Transformation in China and Russia
 
XXXII
308.
Borokh L.N. When Did the Principle of “Min Sheng” Appear in Sun Yatseng’s Program?
 
IV, 2
309.
Borokh L.N. Sun Yatseng on the Two Ways of Social Development
 
VI, 2
310.
Borokh L.N. Liang Qichao – Propagandist and Interpreter of Western Economical Theories
 
XIII, 3
311.
Borokh L.N. Western and Traditional Sources of Liang Qichao’s Article “Chinese Socialism”
 
XV, 3
312.
Borokh L.N. Liang Qichao’s Ideas of Liberty
 
XIX, 3
313.
Borokh L.N. Concept of “Young China”
 
XXII, 2
314.
Borokh L.N. European Law and Confucian Ethics
 
XXIV, 2
315.
Borokh L.N. Category of Li and European Utilitarianism
 
XXVI
316.
Borokh L.N. Principle of Destruction and Confucian Ethics
 
XXVII
317.
Borokh L.N. “Independence” (Duli) as Understood by Liang Qichao
 
XXVIII, 2
318.
Borokh L.N. Liang Qichao on the Principles of Party Building
 
XXIX
319.
Borokh L.N. Influence of the Buddhist Philosophy onto the Utopia of Kang Youwei
 
XXXIV
320.
Borokh O.N. Discussion over the Problem of Privatization in the PRC
 
XXIII, 2
321.
Borokh O.N. Traditional Images of the Death as Interpreted by Liang Qichao
 
XXXIII
322.
Borokh O.N. Chinese Emigrants in Japan on the Brink of the XIX–XX Centuries (the Problem of Perception of Buddhism)
 
XXXVI
323.
Borokh O.N. Ideas of the European Utilitarianism as Interpreted by Liang Qichao
 
XXXVII
324.
Borokh O.N. Liang Qichao Thoughts on the Political Role of Buddhism
 
XXXIX
 
325.
Bakonina S.N. Russian Orthodox Church in Manchuria and Local Chinese Authorities (Some Pages of the Biography of Nestor [Anisimov], Bishop for Kamchatka, 1923–1928)
 
XXXIX
326.
Boronina I.A. The Intercommunication of Classic Japanese and Chinese Literatures
 
IX, 1
327.
Borovkova L.A. The Historic Role of Confucianism
 
II, 1
328.
Borovkova L.A. Education during the Reign of Zhu Yuanzhang
 
IV, 2
329.
Borovkova L.A. The Quantity of Bureaucracy in the Ming Empire and the Role of  State Examination in Its Staffing
 
XII, 1
330.
Borovkova L.A. The Foreign Policy Program of the Ming Empire (1368–1644)
 
XIII, 2
331.
Borovkova L.A. The Establishing of Political Relations of Han China with the States of Central Asia (the 2nd Century BC)
 
XIV, 2
332.
Borovkova L.A. Two Cheshi Domains in Eastern Turkestan (from the 3rd Century BC to the 3rd CenturyAD)
 
XV, 2
333.
Borovkova L.A. An Inaccurate Historical- Geographical Identification
 
XVI, 2
334.
Borovkova L.A. Chinese Sources about the Homeland of Early-Turkic Tribe Headed by the Ashins Family
 
XIX, 2
335.
Borovkova L.A. Where and When the Xiongnu
Emerged onto the Historical Arena
 
XXI, 2
336.
Borovkova L.A. When Did Laoshang-shanyu Die?
 
XXII, 2
337.
Borovkova L.A. The Time of Organization of the Wusun and the Big Yuezhi Kingdoms
 
XXIII, 1
 
338. Borovkova L.A. The Location of Qilianshan
Mountains (The Question of the
Yuezhis’Homeland)
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