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Chinese under the pressure (3)

(People's Daily Online)

08:08, December 28, 2012

Where does our pressure come from?

"With china's fast transformation in the social structure, the incompatibility of the eco-environment, living environment, working environment and social relations occurs, causing the negative emotion of people shown in the form of stress, anxiety, frustration," said Li Yingsheng with School of Sociology under Renmin University.

"It is because the people-first concept has not been well implemented, and people's rights for development are not duly appreciated," Li said.

Where can people find the reducing valve of the pressure?

Li thinks that only the modern life-style could help relieve the nationals' pressure and the anxiety of the society.
The relief of the group pressure will not do without the government's improving the welfare system, people's lowering the evaluation criteria of success and benefits and encouraging and respecting the diversified development. Only in doing this could the Chinese-style anxiety be eased fundamentally.

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