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u/CasualParticipant · 1 pointr/IndiaSpeaks

Yeah, there's a book written by Matthew W. Mosca which explained how in the Qing dynasty, Chinese tried to woo the Indians to band together to fight against the British but eventually gave up and came to view Indians with contempt as they are no different than "load-carrying donkeys" as the 红头阿三 ah-sans let themselves be enslaved and be so subservient to the British without wanting to put up a fight.

Similar stories happened with the Malays and other South East Asian natives like the Burmese in how they tried to form an alliance with the Indians and eventually failing because of their loyalty to their White British colonizers ended up contributing a lot to that Anti-Indian dehumanization and Indians/South Asians being viewed as "pariahs that don't belong" post World War 2 for many decades up to this day.

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