Several hundred Chinese nationals remain in India even amid a surge in Covid-19 and frayed diplomatic ties between the two countries.
James Liao, one of a dwindling number of ethnic Chinese who still call the Indian city home, has dedicated himself to preserving and passing on the traditional art form.
Thousands of Indian medical students who returned home from China during the pandemic are struggling to finish their degrees amid the countries’ fraying diplomatic ties.
Uncertainty and loss linger for mainland Chinese working abroad, as the annual ritual of returning home for the holidays has been put on hold yet again.
As firms like Alibaba and Huawei pull out of India or pull back on investments, the country’s army of tech workers are being forced to hunt for new jobs.
An estimated 2,000 Chinese nationals remain stranded in the world’s third-worst hit country for coronavirus, even as China-India ties rapidly deteriorate.
As India bans WeChat and other Chinese apps, cross-national families fear being further cut off from their loved ones.
An estimated 1,000 Chinese citizens stuck in coronavirus-hit India are returning on five chartered flights this week.
The Chinese embassy in India is arranging five chartered flights to repatriate citizens, amid rising military tensions between the two countries.
Du Fengyan has been kicked out of hotels and called racial slurs as India grapples with the spread of Covid-19.