The British Empire in India began selling Malwa opium to China where the British Indian government forced the opium on the Chinese people resulting later in what is called the Opium War of 1839-1842 with China. Soviet Union was prone to debunk the peasant struggle, the Chinese revolution essentially having been manned by the rural populace. The Chinese presence in terms of financial investment as well as labor resource in managing various projects in the African countries has been stated to be substantial. While seeking a large-scale people-to-people contact with the Chinese people, it is important to remember these facts, as analysed earlier, including the racial profile of the Chinese nation. The Chinese academics are overwhelmingly alert to any role India may have in supporting separatism in China. Race and ethnicity form inalienable part of Chinese psyche and identity: Even the overseas Chinese feel enormous pride in Chinas rise.