What began as a quarrel over the pungent aromas wafting from one family's kitchen has bubbled up into Singapore's spiciest protest movement, with 40,000 people set to express their national pride this weekend by cooking curry.
I am surprised that racism can occur in Singapore due to such small matter. I think the family from mainland should try to accept the smell. If the smell is really unbearable to them, they can actually close their doors and windows or even spray some perfume in their house. Since Singapore is a multi-racial country, it is understood that we should all respect each other race and religion. Beside, I think it is very rude for the family from mainland to be making such remarks on a Singapore's national dish. I really hope that such small matter will not happen in Singapore again so that we can continue to live in peace and harmony.
After reading this article, I was shocked by how Khadeja was treated in school because she wore a headscarf. Although she might be a different race compared to the majority, she was still a student who wanted to learn and make friends just as much as her classmates. I think her classmates who mistreated her are losers who cannot accept someone from a different race. Also, I agree that parents play an important role in educating their children from young that certain behaviour are unacceptable so that their children will change for the better. It is also very important for schools to have anti-racism workshops to prevent future conflicts.
I think it Muslims in China's Xinjiang region working as civil servants, students and teachers have been banned from fasting during the holy month of Ramadan on Wednesday. The move has sparked condemnation from an exile ...
I think it is really ridiculous to ban Muslims from fasting. If we ban them from fasting, we are sort of implying that we do not like their culture. I also realised that fasting would not caused any harm to the country so why are they stopping them? I think stopping them from fasting is a very disrespectful act towards their religion. Although there is no big conflict happening now, it does not ensure that peace will be everlasting in Xinjiang if they continue to take such measures.
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