24 Apr '15, 8am

PAP candidate Ong Ye Kung tackles the contentious CMIO model:

PAP candidate Ong Ye Kung tackles the contentious CMIO model:

Potential People’s Action Party (PAP) candidate Ong Ye Kung, who has been making the rounds in Sembawang GRC , addressed the issue of Singapore identity and the contentious CMIO (Chinese-Malay-Indian-Others) model in a commentary in Chinese daily Lianhe Zaobao today. The current Director of Group Strategy and Development at Keppel Corporation observed the somber SG50 mood, following the passing of founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, and noted that many Singaporeans have become more reflective, asking what defines us as a people. Below are four key points that the 44-year-old made in his Chinese commentary: 1. A limit to the CMIO blunt categorization: Ong said that CMIO does not capture the numerous heterogenous sub communities in Singapore and the diversity that resulted from immigration and inter-community marriages. 2. NRIC provides broad strokes on one’s identity but ...

Full article: http://mothership.sg/2015/04/pap-candidate-ong-ye-kung-ta...

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