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The G7 and its communique about China are far more symbolic than practical, and the Chinese do not need to take them seriously, the Global Times said in a commentary, following the bloc's statement that criticized China over issues including human rights in Xinjiang, Hong Kong autonomy and Taiwan. China should concentrate on doing its own affairs well, which will be the most powerful response against G7 interventions, although tactically it needs to pay some attention to them to protect China's global standing, the newspaper said. China must ensure that global affairs not be determined by a small number of Western powers, which can sacrifice other nations' interests, the Times said.