Hema Narang is a doctoral candidate at the Centre for East Asian Studies, School of International Studies (SIS), Jawaharlal Nehru University. Her M.Phil dissertation was titled “Mapping Chinese and Indian Political and Economic Footprints in Africa: 2000-2013” where she delineated broad contours of the Chinese and Indian engagements in Africa. She has also worked as a Legislative Assistant for Member of Parliament(s). Passionate about China-India comparative studies, she has published research articles in different journals and presented papers at conferences. She also visited China (Beijing and Shanghai) as a part of her field trip in June 2018 and visited Lhasa, Tibet as a part of the Indian Youth Delegation in November 2018.
The visit to Tibet, China’s most politically sensitive region and widely focused upon by the international community is a memorable experience. The region, in the past decade, has seen impre... Read more