This paper reviews the development of Chinese studies at Kazan University in the first half of the 19th century. The article presents an evaluation of the role and the main scientific results accomplished by V.P. Vasiliev in China as a member of the Beijing Ecclesiastical Mission. The authors conclude that academic criticism, reflections on the commonness of the East and the West, criticism of European colonial policy, humanism and believing in the future of Asian peoples including China, evaluations of economical, political and spiritual progress of the Chinese people, the humanism of the Chinese culture, criticizing conservatism and dogmatism of the Imperial China, etc. were typical for Vasilyev as a scholar and thinker.
history of Oriental studies, Chinese studies, V.P. Vasilyev, Beijing Ecclesiastical Mission, history of Kazan University.
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