We have several country or location tags - e.g. india, russia - as an attempt to get questions to specify what culture they're from, because cultural norms are inherently relevant to interpersonal issues.
But we also encourage using these tags when it's not taking place in, e.g., India, but those involved in the situation described in the question are of that culture.
So the point of these tags is not the location, but culture.
Would it make sense to rename these tags to focus on the cultural influence at play, rather than the location? Knowing that all people involved are Chinese is going to be much more helpful than the fact that it's taking place in New York... although that's certainly relevant as well.
So instead of tagging a question india, the question would be tagged indian-culture.
Would this be less ambiguous and more reflective of how these tags are supposed to be used?