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‘Racial Discrimination’ Archives

Foreigner encourages Singaporeans to fight against discriminatory hiring practices

Foreigner encourages Singaporeans to fight against discriminatory hiring practices

This a very interesting post. I am a foreigner, an Ang Moh, as many in Singapore like to say. Discrimination certainly abounds at just about every turn in this country and it is highly reflective [...]

Racial discrimination: We need to be understood not labeled!

Racial discrimination: We need to be understood not labeled!

  It was an incident a few days before a Christmas party that it  dawned on me the simplistic, if not ignorant, view certain groups of people have of other groups and thus in turn  has [...]

Response of Malay PMET to recent racial discrimination cases

Response of Malay PMET to recent racial discrimination cases

Thanks FDL for completing this hastily-arranged online interview with regard to the three recent racial discrimination cases:- What is your opinion of the recent three cases of racial [...]

Malays – Second Biggest Majority in Singapore!

Malays – Second Biggest Majority in Singapore!

Editor's Note: In the wake of the latest saga involving a racist post written by YPAP member Mr Jason Neo, Transitioning.org wants to remind all that comments posted here that may contain a hint of [...]

Racial discrimination is well and alive in Singapore!

Racial discrimination is well and alive in Singapore!

Thanks FDL  for having the courage to answer the following questionaire about racial discrimination in Singapore:- First of all, tell us a bit more about yourself e.g. your age, educational [...]

FACTBOX – Key political risks to watch in Singapore

FACTBOX – Key political risks to watch in Singapore

01 Nov 2011 04:57 Source: Reuters // Reuters By Kevin Lim SINGAPORE, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Rich and orderly Singapore, a regional base for many multinationals and fund managers, is one of Asia's [...]

29-Year-Old Malay Engineer: 5 Reasons Why I Decided To Look For Work Abroad

29-Year-Old Malay Engineer: 5 Reasons Why I Decided To Look For Work Abroad

Each year, thousands of well qualified Singaporeans move abroad to look for work and a large majority of them stay on with many becoming citizens of that adoption country. Today, we feature Fadil, a [...]

Malay Lady With Engineering Master Degree Prefers Living Abroad

Malay Lady With Engineering Master Degree Prefers Living Abroad

Thank you Asha for allowing Transitioning.Org to interview you online:- Describe abit about yourself e.g. personal particulars, educational qualification,  work experience. I have a Master of [...]

Narrowing racial divide in S’pore due to ‘foreign threat’?

Narrowing racial divide in S’pore due to ‘foreign threat’?

Narrowing racial divide in S’pore due to ‘foreign threat’? By Seah Chiang Nee | SingaporeScene – Mon, Jun 27, 2011   The racial divide may be narrowing in Singapore. [...]

Malay Singaporean Graduate Left for Melbourne in Search of Jobs

Malay Singaporean Graduate Left for Melbourne in Search of Jobs

We did an online interview with a Malay Singaporean – Nazryn -  who is currently residing in Melbourne. Below is his reply:- Describe abit about yourself e.g. personal particulars, educational [...]

Open Letter To PM From A Malay Reporter

Open Letter To PM From A Malay Reporter

A Reporter’s Memoir: NO HARD FEELINGS An irreverent look at life, faith and politics… Open letter to PM with 6 comments Open letter to PM: Make the Singapore Pledge a living [...]

Malay Engineer Works in Australia Due to Racial Discrimination in Singapore

Malay Engineer Works in Australia Due to Racial Discrimination in Singapore

This article first appeared here on 2 Dec 2010. We have recently posted a few articles on race-bias  discriminatory hiring and a Malay reader, Suzanna,  is kind enough to provide us with the [...]

Social integration – Is It Happening Here Yet?

Social integration – Is It Happening Here Yet?

Almost one and a half month later, Minister Mentor Mr Lee Kuan Yew has finally apologized for the   offensive remarks he made on the sensitive topic of  social integration  of  Singaporean [...]

Malay Talent Living in London Concerned About Racial Discrimination

Malay Talent Living in London Concerned About Racial Discrimination

Hi Gilbert, Been seeing your posts floated around facebook and I think what you’re doing is amazing. I love to see Singaporeans stand up for what’s right and what they believe in, and thought [...]

Singapore Muslims & Lowly Educated Marginalised

Singapore Muslims & Lowly Educated Marginalised

Abdillah Zamzuri Would you be willing to sacrifice your religious beliefs for the sake of national integration? I bet not. But that’s exactly what Singapore’s Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew [...]

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