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Comparison,Contrast and Culture Impressions of a Chinese in India


□ Cui Heping

  Ivisited India at the invitation of India'sPhotographers' Association and theKarnataka state government as a mem-ber of a Chinese delegation composedof participants of the Pingyao InternationalPhotography Festival. It was December, andthe weather in Beijing was chilly, but imme-diately upon disembarking the plane at NewDelhi's Indira Gandhi International Airporta balmy blast of summer-like air greetedus. And so I noted the first of many ways inwhich India and China differ.
  
  Flying on from New Delhi to Banga-lore, we had an opportunity to survey thegeography of the South Asian nation fromthe air. The terrain is generally level, withfew mountains or hills. In accommodating anational population of 1 billion, second onlyto China, India benefits from a greater shareof arable land.
  The Indian people are typically very gra-cious. At each city, town and village we vis-ited, we were warmly received with flowersand smiles. The Pingyao International Pho-tography Festival (Asia) press conference inBangalore went off successfully, with greatemphasis placed on friendship and coopera-tion between China and India. Known as theSilicon Valley of India, Bangalore, the capi-tal of the state of Karnataka, also serves asthe center for the media and film industries.In covering the festival, the Indian press fo-cused on the cooperation between the neigh-boring nations. Newspapers, like the Timeso~ India and Hindustan Times, reported onthe press conference the following day. Ac-companied by large-format images, enrouteto visits, at the hotels and at newsstands, wesaw headlines such as "A View of Chinathrough the Lens." ......
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