Students in Chennai, India, wear masks of China’s President Xi Jinping as others wave the national flags of India and China, ahead of his informal summit with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on October 10 last year. Photo: Reuters Students in Chennai, India, wear masks of China’s President Xi Jinping as others wave the national flags of India and China, ahead of his informal summit with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on October 10 last year. Photo: Reuters
Students in Chennai, India, wear masks of China’s President Xi Jinping as others wave the national flags of India and China, ahead of his informal summit with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on October 10 last year. Photo: Reuters
Lin Minwang
Opinion

Opinion

Lin Minwang

Vitriol in Indian media can only poison relations with China, at a time when cooperation is needed in coronavirus fight

  • Though public opinion in India has never been friendly towards Beijing, the voices raised now in concert blaming China for the spread of Covid-19 and questioning its motives in extending help to other countries are disconcerting

Students in Chennai, India, wear masks of China’s President Xi Jinping as others wave the national flags of India and China, ahead of his informal summit with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on October 10 last year. Photo: Reuters Students in Chennai, India, wear masks of China’s President Xi Jinping as others wave the national flags of India and China, ahead of his informal summit with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on October 10 last year. Photo: Reuters
Students in Chennai, India, wear masks of China’s President Xi Jinping as others wave the national flags of India and China, ahead of his informal summit with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on October 10 last year. Photo: Reuters
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