A Study on the Magazine Sino-Soviet Culture



As the official magazine of Sino-Soviet Cultural Association, magazine Sino-Soviet Culture carried out extensive and in-depth introduction to Soviet Union for cultural exchanges. It created a good pro-Soviet atmosphere among Chinese people, played a great role in promoting Sino-Soviet diplomacy, and had a great encouragement to Chinese people’s anti-Japanese mood. Meanwhile, Sino-Soviet Culture deliberately played down ideological difference, which largely removed the biggest obstacle for the second KMT-CPC cooperation.


Sino-Soviet culture; Sino-Soviet diplomacy; KMT-CPC cooperation

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