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

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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