Interviewed by The Economist, 15 December 2016

Updated: Dec 24, 2020

"Kenneth Paul Tan of the National University of Singapore sees a simpler explanation: the bleak realism of Singapore's government, which believes that 'racial feelings are such that you have to design things around them, rather than trying to transform them.' Singapore's government may trust its citizens to analyse racial stereotypes in the comfort of a theatre, but the ballot box is another story."


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