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Air China Advisory To People: Avoid Areas Populated By Indians, Pakistanis
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September 8 , 2016 , 09:56 IST
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Following the racism way, Chinese airline Air China has issued advisory, asking passengers to exercise caution when visiting areas of London "mainly populated by Indians, Pakistanis and black people".
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"London is generally a safe place to travel, however precautions are needed when entering areas mainly populated by Indians, Pakistanis and black people," Air China says in its in-flight magazine.
The article was brought into light on Wednesday, by a Chinese journalist Haze Fan.
Haze tweeted a photograph of the 'warning' to London mayor Sadiq Khan.
The BBC reports that a London member of Parliament has contacted the Chinese ambassador to the UK, demanding an apology. Another has asked for the magazine to be taken out of circulation immediately, stating that the multi-cultural areas of London are “of great value for those visiting London to see.”