Tag Archive: malay

Alfian Sa’at: “If There Is A Committee To Certify The ‘Chineseness’ Of Candidates, What Kinds Of Criteria Should We Expect?”

I have so many questions. Is a biologically Chinese person adopted into an Indian family still Chinese? But what do we mean by ‘biologically’? You can adopt a child of a different race in Singapore. But can the child ‘adopt’…
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Commentary: PE2017 Experience Leaves One With A Bitter Aftertaste. What A Shame She Wasn’t Allowed To Fight A Fair Fight

As Halimah Yaacob thanked her supporters for waiting for her under the hot sun, someone yelled something I couldn’t catch and she laughed. It wasn’t forced or rehearsed. It was one of the few times I saw a Singaporean politician…
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Do Indians Regard Newly Elected President As A Traitor For Disowning Her Indian Race?

Some people still don’t get it as to why Singapore’s 2017 Presidential Election is a discrimination to the Malay community. Some questioned where got anymore pure breed Malays in Singapore? Actually, to measure how Malay you are, it is tightly…
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Commentary: Why Did Malay Candidates Who Qualified Refused To Challenge Halimah Yacob?

Dear Editors, Everyone is now visibly upset with the Presidential walkover but I am more upset with the passive nature of our malay candidates. Apart from Salleh Marican and Farid Khan who did not make the cut, there were high…
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Introducing The PAP’s New Singlish Dictionary: Something Every Singaporeans Must Know

In the name of PAP redefined words for self-serving political expediency, the following definitions, meanings and logics apply:- – Meritocracy is not the best man for the job but means selective choice based on political affinity. – Multi-racialism means 70%…
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