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Russian technican Anatoly Burov's panning in China

People's Daily Online)  13:42, December 11, 2012

Anatoly Burov (R) and his mother flip through photos at home in Shanghai, east China, May 6, 2012.(Xinhua/Lai Xinlin)

The 39-year-old Anatoly Burov comes from St.Petersburg of Russia. After graduation from the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2008, he founded an electronic technology company with his tutor in the United States. To negotiate business with the company's client, Anatoly came to Shanghai for the first time in the same year. This short-term experience made him love the port city.

One year later, Anatoly returned to Shanghai and got a job in an electronic enterprise located in Zhangjiang High-tech Park of Pudong District. Here, the Russian man devoted himself to the research and development of projection aligner as an engineer. He and his group received several awards for their research contribution. In October of 2011, Anatoly became an expert of a Shanghai's talent program.

Over the past two years in the city, Anatoly insisted on learning Chinese language. By now, he has been able to communicate with others in Chinese fluently. Besides the language, he was also interested in Chinese calligraphy and tea arts. In spare time, he made a large amount of friends in China. "People in the city are friendly," Anatoly said, "I like their manner."

Next month, Anatoly's wife, who is a lawyer in the U.S., will come to Shanghai for family reunion. He looks forward to her arrival. "Like me, my wife also likes the city and people there," the Russian man said.

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