How do Chinese treat Indians in China?
Honestly they dont care!!!!! this may felt bad, its true, chinese are the most practical people o face of earth, so they dont bother you are from Yintu (India) or Pachistan(Pakistan) or Indonesia,. They cant differentiate between those (Its like Indian cant differentiate between Nepali, korean, Japanese and chinese) so all Dark skeen people are like same for them.
sometime they are curious about You if they come to know that you are Indian and like to know the India and its culture.
yes they like Indian Movies like Three Idiot and Dangal.
but overall in China Indian or India dont have any presence mostly Ingonorance (may be they consider India a submissive than them and dont felt any need of noticing).
Answered Feb 22, 2013
Going by the general statistics from the 2010 census there are around 36,000 Indians in China (both mainland and Hong Kong).
And the Chinese community in India is estimated to be around 200,000.
So there clearly are more Chinese people living in India
But some other important statistics include a very volatile topic in Sino-Indian politics and relations.
The main issue comes from the border conflicts. South Tib, Aksai Chin and Arunachal Pradesh are claimed by both the nations. And both India and China issue passports of their respective nations to people of Arunachal Pradesh.
So these people come under a gray area and it is depends on whether we consider them citizens of India staying in China or citizens of China staying in India.
Andy Lee Chaisiri, actually not from India
Answered Jun 25, 2014
I'm not really sure why, but every Indian man I've met that lives in China has a blonde girlfriend. Those guys also studied in the west (US and Britain) though. So it seems many Indians in China came there after studying in the west, and hang out mostly with western immigrants.
Answered Dec 28
Originally Answered: What is it like to be an Indian in China?
I visited China somewhere in 1994 and I found the Chinese to be a very hospitable race and community. It seems to be extremely proud to be an Indian in China.
There is an old Gujarati saying that where there is an Indian there is India. We carry our Indian tag and Indian-ness wherever we go.
My experience of being an Indian in China was extremely proud and good
S. J. Das
Answered Aug 29, 2016
I want to live in China. Invite us please.
Answered Jun 22, 2016
What it is to Live in Shanghai with 4000 rmb as a basic pay with accommodation free??
Vibhor Sharma, I live here
Updated Oct 5, 2015
Hell safe, big, developing quite faster!!
Studying and living in China has been one of my best experiences in life. I have always been in awe with the sheer size of China and its populace. Though it is no different than in India. That's why when my Chinese friends ask me about my opinion about the large population of China, my single answer it's same as in India!
But on the other side, it's safer, a lot safer! I can go about at 2 am outside to satiate my midnight cravings that too alone and nothing to worry about. I can see girls walking on the roads at midnight and that makes me introspect where India is lacking? I have never heard that any of my friend (international friend) has been a victim of any crime. Though I heard they made some Chinese as victims in the local club.
Kirtikumar Sonawane, Software engineer , lived in shanghai for 2 months.
Answered Jan 4, 2016
I lived in Shanghai for 2 months.
Here are few things , I can highlight.
1. Transportation is very suitable here. You will get Bus, Metro, Taxi at cheaper rate.
But you will find heavy rush in peak hours. Avoid Metro in peak hours, or be prepared :)
2. Food : If you are non vegetarian , then you will not have trouble finding food.
Lots of options are available and you will get chance to eat delicious Chinese food (I heard it , but will never get a chance cause I am vegetarian)
3. Cost of living : I realized prices are around 3-4 times costlier than India.
Dairy products are costliest , following fruits and vegetables. meat is comparatively cheaper.
House rents are very high.
4. Shopping : Shanghai is shopping paradise , shopping should not be missed here. Lots of options available, quality wise, and price wise. Few places are must visit.
5. Peoples are kind and always help when you ask for any help.
Only problem is English. Adults don't know English but kids can easily speak English.
without knowing English , this guys helped me buying stuff from supermarket.
Such a kind peoples, I will never forget them.
All public places are well maintained and precious area wise.
Indians shops in Shanghai : I found very few Indian restaurants in Shanghai , and found only one Indian grocery store in Shanghai.