The Return of Chen Ching Lin: A Chinese Deserter in the British Raj, 1943-46
Cao Yin is associate professor in the Department of History, Tsinghua University. He works on modern Indian history, global history, and India-China connections in the twentieth century. His first book, From Policemen to Revolutionaries: A Sikh Diaspora in Global Shanghai, 1885-1945, was published by Brill in 2018. He also published research articles in Journal of World History, Indian Historical Review, Britain and the World, and Frontiers of History in China. He is now working on a project that explores how India was turned into China’s home front during World War II.
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The India-China Conjunctures project – a collaboration between scholars based at Roskilde University, University of Copenhagen and NIAS – Nordic Institute of Asian Studies – provides a platform for bringing together current research on India and China interactions and relations.
The project is supported by S.C. Van Fonden.