A glimpse into the lives of India’s Chinese community.
by Vidura Jang BahadurMay 05, 2012
I returned to India in December 2005 after
spending over three years in China. My initial interest in the Chinese
community here was a personal desire to interact with them, a way to bridge my
years in China and subsequent return to India. Over time, I began to document
their lives to better understand the community.
Even though they had a presence in India for over 200 years, they
started settling permanently after the Communists came to power in China, in
1949. In 1962, during the
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