Chinese actress Luna Kwok in the film ‘A Land Imagined’, which sheds light on the precarious existence of Singapore’s migrant workers. Photo: AFPChinese actress Luna Kwok in the film ‘A Land Imagined’, which sheds light on the precarious existence of Singapore’s migrant workers. Photo: AFP
Chinese actress Luna Kwok in the film ‘A Land Imagined’, which sheds light on the precarious existence of Singapore’s migrant workers. Photo: AFP
Deepa Bharathi
Opinion

Opinion

Deepa Bharathi, Anna Engblom and Melissa Alvarado

What do Asians really think of migrant workers? You might be shocked

  • Thirty per cent of Singaporeans believe migrant workers are a drain on the economy, finds study by the ILO and UN
  • And more than eight in 10 Malaysians believe migration and crime are linked

Chinese actress Luna Kwok in the film ‘A Land Imagined’, which sheds light on the precarious existence of Singapore’s migrant workers. Photo: AFPChinese actress Luna Kwok in the film ‘A Land Imagined’, which sheds light on the precarious existence of Singapore’s migrant workers. Photo: AFP
Chinese actress Luna Kwok in the film ‘A Land Imagined’, which sheds light on the precarious existence of Singapore’s migrant workers. Photo: AFP
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