The recent widely concerned NDMA poisoning case in the Fudan University has aroused social discussion. Preliminary investigation identified that, the killer had arguments with his roommate Lin (the victim died because of poisoning) on daily life issues.
In response to this, xinli001.com (a website about psychology) provides several suggestions on how to avoid being positioned by building up good social network in China, a country in which private space is sometimes minimized due to the large population (the suspect and killed student in the Fudan case were roommates).
Suggestion No.1: Do not treat others in such a way that you do not want to be treated (己所不欲,勿施于人);
Suggestion No.2: Before giving out any hurt to others, took a deep breath and think about the possible consequence;
Suggestion No.3: Do not argue at everything and try to make anything crystal clear which is not possible;
Suggestion No.4: The best is to be a lovable person, try to avoid auguring with people and making an enemy;