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By Channel 8 Published: 09 Oct 2016 Audio: Chinese
Singapore's harmonious race relations has often been cited as one of its most remarkable achievements. But where do we really stand on race relations? Janil Puthucheary, chairperson of Onepeople.sg, the body that promotes racial harmony in Singapore, goes on a journey to find out what Singaporeans think. From conducting one of the largest nation-wide surveys, to having difficult conversations, the film sets out to pose the profound question on how we should confront our inherent biases.
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