India and China are too quantumly entangled to separate


The ancien Chinese believed an invisible thread connect you with all people you are destined to meet

Ancient Chinese believed “an invisible (red) thread connects those who are
destined to meet, regardless of time, place, and circumstance. The thread may stretch or tangle, but it will never break.”

Ancient Chinese clearly knew about quantum entanglement.

Even if Chinese president Xi Jinping rebuffed India by not attending the G20 summit held in New Delhi, I firmly believe that India and China are deeply connected culturally and spiritually — even if we disagree on geopolitics and compete in the global economy.

The spiritual read thread that deeply connects India and China — woven by pioneers like Bodhidharma and Hsuan-Tsang (Xuanzang)— is way too strong to break (or be broken by Western powers envious of Asia’s rise).



Navi Radjou

Indian-French-American Scholar in Frugal Innovation + Wise Leadership. TED Speaker. Based in France. Visit: