CHINESE-ASSAMESE: How To Stay Silent In Chinese

Assam’s Chinese can’t live down the dread of ’62: segregation, deportation, the loss of home It’s a chilly November morning in Makum, a small town in upper Assam that takes its name from the Chinese word for ‘Ëśmeeting point’. At a little roadside shanty, a gaunt, unkempt man with distinctly Mongoloid features, reeking of stale alcohol, is making coffee for customers....