Lord Rama slaying the Chinese Dragon image goes viral among Hong Kong democracy supporters and Taiwanese
While the Indian media is dissecting India vs China border skirmish, a strange thing is happening in Hong Kong and Taiwan. An image of Lord Rama slaying the Chinese dragon has gone viral among the pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong and in Taiwan.
The Indian Army and the Chinese PLA fought each other on the night of 15th June at a disputed post in Galwan River Valley during a meeting to implement the pullback signed a few days back by the COs of both sides. Without doubt, the news of the skirmish is dominating headlines in India but a strange thing is happening across the Bay of Bengal as an image depicting Lord Rama, the seventh avatar of the preserver of worlds’ Lord Vishnu, drawing a bow and preparing to shoot an arrow into a Chinese dragon. The image also has the words “We Conquer. We kill.”
This image was first posted on the Hong Kong social media site LIHKG by a Hong Kong pro-democracy activist. It went viral on LIHKG and was soon shared by Hong Kong activist HoSaiLei on Twitter.
— HoSaiLei🇺🇸🇬🇧🇧🇪🇯🇵🇮🇳 (@hkbhkese) June 16, 2020
HoSaiLei has captioned it “An Indian friend has already finished this exquisite Sino-Indian war poster.” The tweet has since gone viral among Hong Kong and Taiwanese netizens. It is not known who made the posted as it was first shared on the Chinese language LIHKG website.
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