Do remember to tell me when you come here!
Of course. But now don't have too much time and i will visit India in the near future.
Mostly of chinese also didnt know the boudry conlict in 1962
I agree with you. Most young Chinese people do not know about it. On my many visits to China; whenever I had a chance to interact meaningfully with them.... I used to finally end up (mischievously) telling them:"look at me, I'm your enemy, since your country and mine fought a war".
Their reactions varied:
"Really, you're kidding"
"So what, I don't care"
"Ok, but you don't look like an enemy"
"Fine, now lets get back to whatever else we were talking about, or doing"
and of a similar nature...... so War Ver.02 never took place and we carried on as before.
Reading most Chinese newspaper, mostly about US, Europe, East Asia, sometimes Southeast Asia, India, frankly ,is not a common topic here. Don't get me wrong, really seldom talked about in public in China, mostly online.
That is correctly so. People want to talk about what is relevant to their lives.
But netizens here do discuss deeply about India, some websites merely target India, like this one 三泰虎 - 从这里了解印度人对中国的看法 bilingually on Indian news and lives
Now look at the kind of Indo-Pak discussions here on this forum. Most times, it looks as if the members are determined to wipe each other off the face of this earth, and create a 'nuclear desert' in the region just like that! But how many really have the guts to actually fight in a war?
@AndrewJin May I ask what's your job, seems like you travel everywhere, you really know how to enjoy life! :p:
Mostly I traveled in college, summer or winter vocations. Of course when one starts a stable job, one will get stuck