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In an editorial today, the Chinese-language Global Times, a spin-off of China's official People's Daily, writes that it is wrong and worrisome to see young teens participating in political actions that seen recently in Sichuan, where thousands of residents of Shifang city turned out to protests the building of a molybdenum-cooper plant. The paper wrote: "Middle school students are not yet adults and their ideas are not yet fully mature. They are very emotional and highly sensitive . . . [They] can be easily swayed by adults, either toward a correct social mentality or in the wrong direction." "In every normal household," the paper continued, "the correct duty of middle school students is to study, and not to be encouraged to join events of a political nature." To this, journalist and CMP fellow Xiao Shu (笑蜀) responded: "For this purpose, all Party organizations must exit our schools, and no political events should be allowed. What does [GT editor] Hu Xijin think about this?"