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Aling’s Hakka Chinese Cuisine

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Revisiting the Sino-Indian War of 1962

As the new year approaches, we should take some time to reflect that 2012 is the 50th anniversary of the Sino-Indian war of 1962. The war has shaped and will continue to shape the attitudes of people towards each other from two global nuclear (presently or soon to be) superpowers.

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Vote for Thomas Chen in Mobisur Contest

Posted on behalf of Thomas Chen

I’m Thomas Chen, an Indian Chinese, would request all to vote for my songs.
Your support will ensure that I qualify for round2 of this online singing contest.
Voting lines open till 16TH SEPT ONLY!!

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Tangra – The Resilient Community

Few years ago, passing by the E.M. Bypass road would make Kolkatans cover their nose in disgust due to the pungent smell of the leather chemicals. But today, Kolkatans love the smell emitted from this little town called “Tangra” (China Town). Yes, it is the smell of the Chilly Chickens and the Manchurian Chickens that make them travel from all parts of the city and indulge in what they believe is the most authentic Chinese food they can get in India. Traffic would become hectic especially during the weekends as you see swarm of cars trying to enter into the small gullies where all the restaurants are situated.

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China India musical harmony

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The Tragicomedy of Errors: China, British Imperialism, and the Opium Wars

Julia Lovell, in her new book The Opium War: Drugs, Dreams and the Making of China, finds something funny in the tragedy

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Chinese Indians in Fire: Refractions of Ethnicity, Gender, Sexuality and Citizenship in Post-Colonial India’s Memories of the Sino-Indian War

Chinese Indians in Fire: Refractions  of Ethnicity, Gender, Sexuality and  Citizenship in Post-Colonial India’s  Memories of the Sino-Indian War by Payal Banerjee

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Kolkata’s vanishing Chinatown

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