Indians Take The Fight To China On Twitter
Social media hits back as boycott calls get louder
The recent standoff between India and China in Ladakh that led to the death of 20 Indian soldiers had the netizens up in arms. Here, we take a look at some videos and memes that went viral on Twitter:
This low-budget favourite Indian–Chinese food is an easier target than COVID-19.
Do you know #gobimanchurian is India’s greatest revenge on China? 😂😂 Well, what we are saying is that Indian Chinese food is completely made sold by an Indian and In Indian style. So why ban that, Also #gocoronago #meme #boycottchineseproducts #china #india #memeoftheday #funny pic.twitter.com/OAbzH1CRSA— LForiginals (@LF_Originals) June 19, 2020
Breaking news from China:There's no dish called Gobi Manchurian or Chow mein.— Nim Ajji (@vayyaari) March 11, 2019
How India took over China
India's hotels and restaurants have always been willing to take the fight to the Chinese—and how!
China absorbed as part of India. pic.twitter.com/Zqym8TpcZv— Kaushik Basu (@kaushikcbasu) August 8, 2018
Explaining China's push, Munnabhai style
When a film monologue makes more sense than border politics:
Will the real President of China please stand up?
A case of mistaken identity: Who do you protest against—Kim Jong Un or Xi Jinping?
Meanwhile, Our pro Modi supporters are busy burning statues of Kim Jong Un of North Korea because they are angry at China? Why? pic.twitter.com/AGORbEFeSb— (@CNPakWW) June 19, 2020