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belief in the superiority of one's own ethnic group

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Noting that the President had paid considerable attention to issues concerning people's livelihoods, Zeng Heping of Xinjiang academy of social sciences, said the instruction carried an important message, that ethnic unity and people's well-being are the key to regional stability.
We need to have the spirit of inclusion and try to understand each other so that ethnic unity, which is the lifeline of the region's peaceful development, could be further strengthened," he added.
This is an excellent example of the complexity behind an image of national or ethnic unity.
Jayaratne also told parliament on Wednesday that the government would set up a reconciliation commission to foster ethnic unity between the majority Sinhala and minority Tamil ethnic groups.
They plotted to undermine ethnic unity and stir up ethnic division,'' Meng said in a meeting with local officials, urging them to restore ''social order'' as soon as possible.
Ethnic unity implies the maintenance of ethnic distinctions.
Armoured vehicles and trucks carrying thousands of soldiers rumbled through riot-damaged streets of the regional capital Urumqi, blaring out propaganda urging ethnic unity.
This was a massive conspiracy by hostile forces at home and abroad, and their goal was precisely to sabotage ethnic unity and provoke ethnic antagonism," the Communist Party boss of Xinjiang, Wang Lequan, said in a speech.
According to the interview data, most of the Naxi students internalise the state ideology, such as ethnic unity among the 56 ethnic groups and patriotism.
African-Americans, Koreans, whites and Latinos sought to underscore an ethnic unity they hope marks a dramatic change since the 1992 riots that destroyed 2,000 Korean businesses and exposed wide rifts between Koreans and other minority groups.
The main point made in the chapter is that there was no sense of an ethnic unity in Bronze Age Greece.
On May 17, heads of the Korean residents groups in Japan jointly announced to much fanfare that they would end the hostility and confrontation that existed between them for more than half a century and cooperate with each other for ethnic unity.
Pan-Arabism, which by then had emerged as a response to Western colonial domination in the Middle East, had sought to reassert Arab power through an appeal for ethnic unity across political and territorial boundaries.