24 Mar '13, 1pm

Asking the government not to allow white collar foreigners to displace Singaporeans is not xenophobia, neither is...

Asking the government not to allow white collar foreigners to displace Singaporeans is not xenophobia, neither is...

Xenophobia and the national identity March 24, 2013 by admin Filed under: Current Affairs and Politics (EDITORIAL POLICY: This article may NOT be reproduced on any blog or website, but link-backs or SNIPPETS with FULL attribution to this site are welcome and appreciated.) Written by Ng E-Jay 24 March 2013 When a young man held up a placard that read “Singapore for Singaporeans ” at last month’s protest against the population white paper at Hong Lim Park, some people denounced it as bordering on xenophobia, and others even compared it to right-wing nationalist punk subcultures in Europe. More recently, questions about the national identity were also raised, with Jolovan Wham questioning whether the fear of an erosion of the national identity will lead to a cultural slippery slope, as identities and cultures are not stable or static entities but are always in the process of ...

Full article: http://www.sgpolitics.net/?p=8222

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