China in its own interest should join forces with different nationalities like the Assamese, Tamils, and Kashmiris and support the latter in establishing independent nation-States of their own, out of India. An article has appeared in China captioned 'If China takes a little action, the so-called Great Indian Federation can be broken up says that the ULFA (United Liberation Front of Asom) in Assam, a territory neighbouring China, can be helped by China so that Assam realises its national independence, rediff news reports. The article has also felt that for Bangladesh, the biggest threat is from India, which wants to develop a great Indian Federation extending from Afghanistan to Myanmar. India is also targeting China with support to Vietnams efforts to occupy Nansha (Spratly) group of islands in South China Sea. Hence the need for Chinas consolidation of its alliance with Bangladesh. It has pointed out that China can give political support to Bangladesh enabling the latter to encourage ethnic Bengalis in India to get rid of Indian control and unite with Bangladesh as one Bengali nation; if the same is not possible, creation of at least another free Bengali nation state as a friendly neighbour of Bangladesh, would be desirable, for the purpose of weakening Indias expansion and threat aimed at forming a 'unified South Asia. Claiming that Beijings 'China-Centric Asian strategy, provides for splitting India, the writer of the article, Zhan Lue (strategy), has found that New Delhis corresponding 'India-Centric policy in Asia, is in reality a 'Hindustan centric one. Stating that on the other hand 'local centres exist in several of the countrys provinces (excepting for the UP and certain northern regions), Zhan Lue has felt that in the face of such local characteristics, the 'so-called Indian nation cannot e considered as one having existed in history. The punch line in the article has been that to split India, China can bring into its fold countries like Pakistan, Nepal and Bhutan, support ULFA in attaining its goal for Assams independence, back aspirations of Indian nationalities like the Tamils and Nagas, encourage Bangladesh to give a push to the independence of West Bengal and lastly recover the 90,000 sq km territory in southern Tibet. Wishing for Indias break-up into 20 to 30 nation-States like in Europe, the article has concluded by saying that if the consciousness of nationalities in India could be aroused, social reforms in South Asia can be achieved, the caste system can be eradicated and the region can march along the road of prosperity.