On race, Singaporeans must open their eyes at home to thrive abroad squib

“The essence of racial privilege is that it is not recognised by the privileged themselves, since they assume that how they are treated is normal or standard for everyone, not having experienced anything different.”Thus was I instructed by my 30-something daughter, whose insights derive from being biracial (white and Chinese), dragged all over Asia by her parents growing up, but looking “mostly white” in adulthood, and living in the middle of a mostly white but increasingly diverse country, the…
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