Twitteratis have started trending #Taiwan on the social media platform after one of Taiwan’s media websites posted an article with a graphics where Lord Rama is fighting with a dragon.
Amid the ongoing border flare-up between India and China, the graphic is a tribute to the 20 Indian brave hearts who lost their lives in the line of duty.
Taiwanese news website “Taiwan News” has published an article titled, “Photo of the Day: India’s Rama takes on China’s dragon” with the graphic.
The image is culturally significant as Rama represents India whereas the dragon represents China.
In the photo, Lord Rama is drawing a bow and preparing to shoot a huge arrow into a Chinese dragon beside the words “We Conquer. We kill.”
The poster was not made by the news website, rather was picked-up from Twitter.
It was first shared on Hong kong social media site LIHKG, and later shared on Twitter by a user named HoSaiLei. HoSaiLei wrote: “An Indian friend has already finished this exquisite Sino-Indian war poster.”
Within 21 hours, the post had gained 861 likes, 300 retweets, and 34 comments, which then was picked-by the journalists at the Taiwan News.