China Needs New Policies After Xinjiang: Official

From Reuters:

A senior Chinese official made a rare admission on Thursday that the country had to change its policies toward ethnic in light of deadly riots in far western this month.

In Xinjiang’s worst violence in decades, mainly Muslim Uighurs on July 5 attacked majority Han Chinese in Urumqi after taking to the streets to protest against attacks on Uighurs workers at a factory in the southern province of Guangdong in June which left two Uighurs dead.

Han Chinese sought revenge days later.

Wang Yang, Guangdong’s powerful Communist Party boss who has close ties to President Hu Jintao, said it was time for a rethink on ethnic policies, though he did not say specifically what was wrong or offer solutions.

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