6 Ağustos 2013 tarihli aşağıdaki makale alıntısından Rusya’nın Uzak Doğu nüfus probleminin özeti ortaya çıkmaktadır- İnsan Ağaçları Modeli’ne göre, sağlıklı insan hiyerarşileri kurulduktan sonra, 6 milyonluk Rusya bölge nüfusu da 110-150 milyon Çin nüfusu baskısına dayanabilecektir:
in seeking to develop its Far East, Russia is fighting the trend of the two decades since the collapse of the Soviet Union. The Primorsky region currently loses 15,000 residents per year, officially, and likely much more than that in reality. An area of 6.2 million square kilometers is now home to 6.2 million people, with 110 million Chinese on the other side of the border.
And all those Chinese across the border make Moscow nervous, notes Aleksandr Gabuyev in China’s “Global Times:”
Since the middle of the 2000s, the Russian central government has taken several measures to limit Chinese presence in the Far East, and tried to replace foreign investment with large infrastructure projects like [the] APEC summit.The attitude of locals in the Far East and Siberia toward Chinese is very mixed.Younger and more competitive people would welcome more Chinese participation in the local economy. But large parts of the population fear a significant Chinese presence.