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Shimla: What people of Chinese-descent feel about India-China tension

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Shimla: What people of Chinese-descent feel about India-China tension

Shimla: What people of Chinese-descent feel about India-China tension

A trader of Chinese descent in Shimla said that he feels more Indian than Chinese and that is also the sentiment of people in the city.

He was commenting on the ongoing tension between India and China which deteriorated into deadly physical clashes between soldiers in Ladakh's Galwan Valley on June 15.

Others supported the call for boycott of Chinese goods but sought adequate preparation to fill the gap, and also said that Chinese products already in the market should be allowed to be sold.

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