Since a new citizenship law was passed by the Indian parliament last December, the Chinese print and electronic media has been extensively reporting on the unrelenting angry public protests erupting across India. Like the media reporting of the escalating public anger against the controversial Citizens Amendment Act (CAA) in the international press, in China too, the media is filled with its own analyses and commentaries on why the public anguish is not showing signs of abating. Juxtaposing the public opinion as well as the official government reactions both in China and in the rest of the world, can be an interesting exercise to examine if we, in India, view the way Beijing looks at us as an adversary propaganda.
About the Speaker
Hemant Adlakha is professor of Chinese, Centre for Chinese & Southeast Asian Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and Honorary Fellow, Institute of Chinese Studies, Delhi. At JNU, the Postgraduate Courses he teaches include Reading and Analysing the Chinese Newspapers with focus on the international affairs in general and on India in particular.
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