What would an area of Manchuria and the Far East be called as an independent nation?

Not sure if the Chinese there would accept a state called Manchuria, after the Japanese puppet of Manchukuo.
Neither would the name reflect the majority Han, nor the minority Russian population.

It could be that the Chinese both within and in China would view this Manchuria just like the "Empire of Great Manchuria", now just with Russian instead of Japanese masters.
 
Already exists: the short-lived Zheltuga Republic or prospectors, baby!

 
If not a Manchuria likely too tainted by Japanese colonialism to be viable, then a place name like "Amuria" drawing on the geography of the territory is likely.

I would note, with others, the sheer size of the Chinese population. Even if you halt all immigration from the 1940s on, you would have a Chinese population on the order of 30 million. None but the most massive population shifts, of Slavs and of Chinese, could really sent this local supermajority. (I also question whether Manchuria would be able to draw large numbers of voluntary migrants; the richest area of China still lagged.)
 
Already exists: the short-lived Zheltuga Republic or prospectors, baby!

also the Zheltorossiya plan, which had the OP's prompt been in the Imperial era that *probably* woulda been the name
 
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