Pedestrians in the Orchard Road district of Singapore. Photo: ReutersPedestrians in the Orchard Road district of Singapore. Photo: Reuters
Pedestrians in the Orchard Road district of Singapore. Photo: Reuters

Young Singaporeans are ready to talk about race. Are their parents?

  • In a land where racial harmony has long been closely managed by the government, a social media generation seeks a more open debate
  • Older people may share their aspirations, but they say idealism should be tempered with education, and openness doesn’t mean no boundaries

Topic |   Singapore
Pedestrians in the Orchard Road district of Singapore. Photo: ReutersPedestrians in the Orchard Road district of Singapore. Photo: Reuters
Pedestrians in the Orchard Road district of Singapore. Photo: Reuters
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