There are reports in the Moscow press that half the population of Blagoveshchensk is Chinese or that there are dozens of Chinese villages in Russia that don't appear on any map.
"I've heard that the streets in Blagoveshchensk are named after Chinese generals or that there are Chinese people on the city council here," Nikolai Kukharenko, the head of the Chinese-government-run Confucius Institute, told me.
Tatiana now favors rice as a staple food, instead of Russian black bread.
Guo Jinchang, who has worked in a local farm for a dozen years, noticed some of his Chinese friends married Russian wives.
There are a couple of so-called "Chinese markets," where Chinese vendors sell cheap clothes and electronics, but you can find these all over Russia and the former Eastern bloc.
There are tens of thousands of such marriages in Russia's Primorye region in the Far East.
Chinese men are hard-working, they don't abuse in alcohol drinking and bring their wages home.
In a word, they have lots of advantages by contrast with Russian men." It is sad, but the researches don't mention for whom Russian men suit wonderfully.
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