The short but fierce border war between India and China in October 1962 had a long buildup. The main reason was their contested border. Fifty years later, the issue is still unresolved.
Brig Lakshman Singh: "The war was a failure for both sides."
The growing influence of China and India in Africa is being watched with skepticism. Many see the rising Asian economic powers as new colonial masters exploiting resource-rich Africa solely for their own benefit.
Wu Qiang: "I have learned a lot from India."
India and China: Two countries, as large as continents; each with more than a billion people and each a rising power on the world stage. Their relations will be shaping the future.
Miao Junsheng: "Thinking back, this war should have never taken place."
It's a difficult relationship, even in film. India produces more movies per year than any other country. Yet Bollywood sometimes distorts, rather than reflects, India's complicated relationship with China.
Aarti Koya: "What stood apart for me was how friendly people are in China."
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