Md Yasin, a Mandarin speaker, is a research scholar at the Centre for East Asian Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. He is also a recipient of Harvard Yenching Institute – Institute of Chinese Studies Multi-Year Fellowship 2018. He primarily focuses on China’s UN policy. He has previously taught at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) and Apeejay Stya University as an assistant professor (contractual). He was a recipient of MHRD/China Government Scholarship 2014-15 and one of the sponsored attendees of BRICS programme at Fudan University, Shanghai. He studied at Central China Normal University (2018-19) and Peking University (2019-20). He regularly presents at national and international conferences and seminars. His recent works include “Post Pandemic Panorama: Chinese Soft Power Through Health Diplomacy” NIICE Commentary 4051 and “China’s Twiplomacy Beyond the Great Firewall”. He has also written for Tamkang University Journal, China Daily and 环球时报。
In recent years, both India and China have become increasingly cognisant of nation branding and public diplomacy. Both nations are engaged with actively telling the story of their land and to further realise national goals.
For some time now, some people have spread all sorts of ideas and arguments for “reverence for America” and “kowtowing to it”
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