NEW DELHI: Whatever China might do — attack neighbours, badmouth countries, sink fishermen's boats or even fly medicines across a world crippled by coronavirus — the stain of the pandemic refuses to leave Wuhan, and China.
The more China tries to defend itself, taking the support of a most undiplomatic foreign policy, the more it gets caught in its own trap. The spotlight keeps coming back to where it does not want it to be — China's treatment of people and human rights violations of minorities and ethnicities that are not Han Chinese.
Ousted from their land, Tibetans often find it difficult to get their voice heard under the oppressive might of China.
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