Is "ant tribe" a pseudo concept? (2)

10:43, March 23, 2010      

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Inevitably, we should also be alert of the negative effects caused by the rapid growth of the "ant tribe." Relevant government departments are expected to resort to specific measures to help young people get rid of the anxiety of living. For example, relevant policies need to be strengthened in order to guide more graduates to small and medium-sized cities and the countryside, easing the tension of employment brought about by the gathering of university graduates in big cities. Also, the contradiction between academic programs and social needs calls for readjustments in major design and teaching methods in higher education institutions. Going even further to think about the realistic problems of urban housing for youths, relevant departments should build more houses with cheaper rent for those stepping into society for the first time, and provide the minimum space required for living and development.

Moreover, we need to be alarmed by the creation and the hype of new concepts. The young generation is independent, tough, persistent, and working hard to achieve their dreams, and are actually much stronger than many people imagine. Media and the public should treat the realistic problems objectively and rationally instead of ignoring their obligations to hype ambiguous concepts and exaggerate problems.

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