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No need to sweat over minor unrest (2)

(Global Times)

13:44, February 02, 2012

The future improvement of China's ethnic minority policy should take the predicament of globalization into consideration.

Society should also have a new attitude toward maintaining stability. It should be more open-minded and accept the fact that a little disorder is inevitable in an era of globalization.

The unrest that the world usually sees hides the firm foundation of stability in Chinese society.

About 80 percent of urban households own their houses, and the social security system is expanding to rural areas. All these are foundations for national stability.

The frequent mass incidents in inland areas influence ethnic minority areas, and also the stability of the inland.

As long as China remains stable as a whole, the specific problems in the border areas can be kept under control. We should have faith in this.

We should also avoid being impatient. It is not us, but people like the aging Dalai Lama who should worry.

As long as we accept the reality that some incidents are inevitable in parts of Chinese society, including Tibet and Xinjiang, much of the air attached to Dalai Lama's political power will be squeezed out.

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