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In today's China Youth Daily commentator Chen Fang (陈方) argues that social tensions in China cannot be resolved by spurring economic growth alone. Chen writes: "The point of economic development is to make the people more prosperous. Unfortunately, in our development model up to now, a number of local officials have placed more emphasis on the importance of development, always believing that issues of public welfare can be set to one side, that perhaps with development these public welfare issues will resolve themselves. In fact, once social tensions have gathered to a certain extent they will erupt again and again. Not only will public welfare issues be left unaddressed, but development will also be impacted."