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One important description that China needs to get right domestically is "Chinese" represents "Chinese Han" and "Chinese Uighurs". In many foreign media, they describe Chinese and/versus Uighurs, as if Uighurs aren't Chinese. Uighurs is part of the 56 official ethnics recognized in China, hence by not describing "Chinese Han" and "Chinese Uighurs" correctly when referring to ethnicity, foreign media misquotes and give a wrong perception of things - as if Uighurs aren't part of China.|
Thus Chinese Uighurs form part of the entire Chinese population and are citizens of the Chinese land measuring 9.6 million km sq together with the Chinese Han. As such their home is not confined to just Xinjiang which is the way how it is frequently reported distortedly by foreign media as if they cannot dwell in Shanghai, Beijing or any part East of China. Correctly their home is any place on that 9.6 million km sq. Likewise the Chinese Han's home is also any place on the 9.6 km sq including each and every inch in Xinjiang. With such a big land why should Chinese Uighurs secede? Then that will be denying the other 55 ethnics' rights to dwell in Xinjiang - totally against democratic values. Yet the foreign media does not point out this injustice towards the other 55 ethnics. Even though the Chinese Uighurs don't have a right to secede, the other 55 ethnics should slowly inculcate the right thinking into the Chinese Uighurs sensitive to them and their ego.
Concepts must be right. Only with the right concepts can practical acts follow. For example, one can say where the majority Chinese Uighur dwells - that is in Xinjiang. Its not like there aren't any Uighurs at all in other parts of China. So if they can be in other provinces why can't then the other 55 ethnics be in Xinjiang? Next logic then of course is where the majority Chinese Uighurs dwell. Xinjiang of course. It follows then Chinese authorities should allow certain unique designs to cater for the Uighurs' lifestyle in Xinjiang where their majority is found but this doesn't mean such uniqueness cannot be made available in other provinces - which backs up the argument that Chinese Uighurs can choose to dwell in any part of China just as the other 55 ethnics.
As Chinese Han move from East to West in Xinjiang, there are bound to be brushes of culture, religion and way of life. Authorities need to bridge this with good intelligent media prowess. Social education and engineering - designed not for elimination but fusion for greater prowess. Encourage the Chinese Han to accommodate the Chinese Uighur's culture which translate to greater Turk culture. On religion, the authorities has their own version. There must be justification why it is coming from a on-religious administrative authority. To this the authorities will need to recruit more scholars (ideally there is a department that deals with major religions to show impartiality and preserve freedom of choice) and demonstrate that their methodology is the correct way allowing greater connectivity between believers and their Supreme being. Entertainment is an important outlet than can bridge people, sports is another, cultural celebrations and games, fashion, architecture etc. Need to bring the people's focus to daily livelihood even though they cherish freedom of time and time for religion practices. When explaining religion do not point to one specific. Generally for any religion, if one believer becomes to obsessed with it, the believer becomes an extremist. Extremists don't choose religion it cuts across all. Use such reasonings to discourage extremism.