A small village holds the fort for China on the Arunachal border

Chinese President Xi Jinping has lauded a Tibetan family residing in the Lhunze County — on the border with Arunachal Pradesh — for its decision not to vacate its village.

The President’s remarks signal China’s opposition — at least for now — to any change in the status quo of the border alignment in the area. It comes on the heels of the Doklam standoff on the border in the Sikkim sector.

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