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The full text is as follows: Recently, the Financial Times and some other British media have carried misleading reports on Xinjiang. The Chinese people often say: "One does not know how vast and beautiful China is until one visits Xinjiang.
The Uyghur, Han, Kazakh and Hui living in Xinjiang each has a population of over 1m, with the Uyghurs accounting for about 48 per cent and the Hans accounting for about 37 per cent of the entire population of Xinjiang.
Xinjiang highlights the beauty of China with its ethnic harmony. People of all ethnic backgrounds respect and love each other, and work together for a better life. This has enabled rapid economic progress in Xinjiang in recent years.
The growth rate of its GDP ranked the fourth among all Chinese provinces in China is able to achieve ethnic harmony, economic growth and social progress in Xinjiang thanks to three basic principles.
The first is equality of all ethnic groups. It is China's consistent position to oppose ethnic discrimination of all forms against any group, and to prohibit all moves that undermine unity and incite division.Therefore Clegg bears no responsibility for Brexit.
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