PM Modi: People of China consider PM Modi to be the most special leader of the world, nicknamed ‘Modi the Immortal’
‘Modi the Immortal’: According to an article published in American magazine “Diplomat”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is very popular among netizens in China and is fondly called ‘Modi the Laotian’ , Which means “Modi is immortal”. This is a rare dignified quote from an international leader despite the border dispute between the two countries.
Journalist Mu Chunshan wrote for the strategic affairs magazine ‘Diplomat’, ‘How is India seen in China?’ The headline article also said that most Chinese believe that under Modi’s leadership, India can maintain the balance among the world’s leading countries. Chunshan is famous for analyzing Chinese social media, especially Sina Weibo. Sina Weibo is a Twitter-like social media platform in China and has over 582 million users.
what does laotian mean
According to the article “Prime Minister Modi has an unusual nickname on the Chinese Internet: Modi the Laotian. Laotian Refers to an old immortal being with some special abilities. The nickname means that Internet users in China think Modi is better than other leaders. are different.
He wrote that the Chinese people point to both Modi’s dress and body language and consider some of his policies to be different from India’s previous policies. Some Chinese citizens believe that India can have friendly relations with many big countries including Russia, America. He said that ‘Laotian ‘ The term reflects the complex perception of the Chinese people towards Modi, which includes curiosity, wonder, etc.