The border dispute between China and India in the Himalayas has led to a derogatory video being released by Chinese media.
State-run Xinhua news agency published a video to its website called "7 Sins of India," which ridicules India's involvement in the standoff between the two countries.
The video features a Chinese actor wearing a turban and fake beard speaking in a mocking Indian accent.
It criticised decisions made by Indian officials over the conflict and accuses India of trespassing and breaking international law.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the minority Sikh community were targets of the video.
Mr Modi's government was criticised for a "hijack" of Bhutan that started in June.
The conflict started when the Indian military moved in to defend a road that Chinese officials said was theirs and Indian officials said belonged to Bhutan.
The stalemate between the two countries has continued with no resolution over how or when military forces would remove themselves.