Chinese national Luo Sang was accused of using WeChat to transfer money to Buddhist monks living in the Indian capital in exchange for spying on the Dalai Lama. Photo: Handout Chinese national Luo Sang was accused of using WeChat to transfer money to Buddhist monks living in the Indian capital in exchange for spying on the Dalai Lama. Photo: Handout
Chinese national Luo Sang was accused of using WeChat to transfer money to Buddhist monks living in the Indian capital in exchange for spying on the Dalai Lama. Photo: Handout
India

New Delhi’s ‘Chinese hawala scam’ and Dalai Lama spying case – is there more than meets the eye?

  • Chinese national Luo Sang, alias Charlie Peng, was arrested for running a remittance system and using WeChat to pay monks to spy on the Tibetan spiritual leader
  • This comes as ties between India and China have deteriorated amid a border stand-off, with India banning Chinese technology and restricting imports

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Chinese national Luo Sang was accused of using WeChat to transfer money to Buddhist monks living in the Indian capital in exchange for spying on the Dalai Lama. Photo: Handout Chinese national Luo Sang was accused of using WeChat to transfer money to Buddhist monks living in the Indian capital in exchange for spying on the Dalai Lama. Photo: Handout
Chinese national Luo Sang was accused of using WeChat to transfer money to Buddhist monks living in the Indian capital in exchange for spying on the Dalai Lama. Photo: Handout
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