Hei hi in lo chhiar ve tawh em? A hot khawp mai. Tunah pawh comment 600 chuang a awm tawh. India tan chuan thil zahthlak tak a ni leh ta. Vai mipa zawng zawng chu an ni vek kher lova, mahse thenkhat ho hi chu engtikah mah an changkang dawnlo a nih hi…
Hman ni lawk khan China in Indian youths ho an ram tlawh turin a sawm a (Youth Exchange Program), chuan India lam atangin tleirawl 100 an thlang ta a, hmun hran hran (NSS, Nehru Yuva Kendra, University campus etc) atangin. Mahse China an han thleng chiah chu Vai mipa thenkhat ho an che tenawm hle a, Chinese nula te chu langsar deuhvin “chinki chinki” ti in an chhaih mai bakah an mahni group zinga mi ngei North East hmeichhiate pawh an chhaih tel a ni. Chu mai bakah an group a mi vek Vai nula ho pawh an chhaih nasa hle a ni.
Indian organizer lam ten bus hranah hmeichhe ho zawng zawng chu an khung hial a ni. Chuan an zinga vai mipa ho te pawn heng tlangvalte chu an zahpui hle a, an inpawh lo bawk a ni. Mahse an tam zawk avangin an ngamlo deuh ti mai ang, China an tour chhung zawng chuan an tuar ta ringawt ani.
Tunah chuan heng tlangvalte hi an hming tarlan a hrem mipuiten an phut nasa hle a ni. Khawvel pum news a India hming a chhe leh ta hi chu a pawi hle mai. A hnuaiah hian news chu ka rawn copy-paste e….
BEIJING: Indian officials managing a youth delegation found themselves struggling to curb rampant harassment of girls by a section of the boys during their week-long tour of China. Desperate officials were forced to separate men and women in separate buses to avoid an untoward incident, according to some of the delegations members.
“I wonder if the youth affairs ministry chose some of the boys on the basis of their ability to use abusive language and harass girls,” one of the women in the delegation told TNN. The 100-member team returned to India Saturday after spending 10 days at the invitation of the Chinese government.
Ministry secretary Nita Chowdhury told reporters in Beijing delegation members were chosen on the basis of their community service and certain special qualities out of different organizations like the government-backed National Social Service and the Nehru Yuva Kendra besides different political parties and university outfits.
Women members complained to both Chaudhury and the ministry in New Delhi before officials stepped in and asked some of the boys to behave, TNN was told. At one stage, a section of the troublemakers were ordered to keep out of a sightseeing tour and stay in their hotel rooms.
“Some of us were feeling ashamed being seen with these boys. We were hoping officials from the Nehru Kendra and the ministry were more strict. But they seemed helpless as well,” a male member of the delegation said.
Officials talked about punishing and blacklisting the trouble makers, but it was a pointless threat because no one is hardly ever picked up on a youth exchange program a second time.
Some of the youth delegation, which is supposed to represent the best qualities of Indian youth, made lewd remarks on the dressing style of some Chinese girls and called them “chinkis”.
They also nagged at girls in the delegation from the northeast. By the time the delegation moved to Inner Mongolia as part of the tour, the misbehaving boys began commenting on some north Indian girls as well, sources in the delegation said.