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​News | Slight rise in Malays, Indians who feel discriminated at work

Published on: 31-Jul-2019

The Straits Times, page A6

While there were improvements in relations between the different groups, researchers found an area of concern - almost 60 per cent of Malays and 56 per cent of Indians perceived discriminatory treatment at work. NTU Assoc Provost and sociologist Prof Kwok Kian Woon noted that members of the Chinese majority tend to have fewer chances of experiencing discrimination. He said, "Chinese Singaporeans should not take for granted their majority status and should consciously and constantly make an effort to reach out to fellow citizens."
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