‘Multiracial’ Singapore with power concentrated in Chinese hands, Malays sidelined?

malays underrepresented

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4 Responses to ‘Multiracial’ Singapore with power concentrated in Chinese hands, Malays sidelined?

  1. Ng Siew Thiam says:

    Do not touch on anything racial, dangerous

    • Phillip Ang says:

      Thanks for your concern. I am just an ordinary citizen. If the government feels that comment from an ordinary citizen could easily cause racial disharmony, then there wasn’t any to begin with.

    • Myra Lee says:

      Tells you a lot about the fake racial harmony in Singapore that such an ordinary would provoke a caution from you. When it comes to racist harmony, most of us Chinese Singapore keep mum. Any comments from a minority race Singaporean is seen as a threat to Chinese priviledge. Singapore will definitely move in future to become a Chinapore as many Malays and Indians Singaporeans friends of mine have migrated and are considering PRship in other countries.

  2. mel says:

    racism has existed since time immemorial….good governance is when those in authority mitigates / reduce / eliminate it…..yet to happen

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