Its scary how recent this is, and how it still is actually happening all over the world. Yes there have been racial conflicts in the past, but haven't people moved on from that? This video shocked me to see how this man is judging and discriminating JUST based on appearance or assumption. Racism is a scary thing, as it is really hard to escape but i think what these people did on the train was right in defending the japanese guy and telling the old man off. People should speak up if they see something is wrong, because that is the only way to defeat this disgusting thing called Racism.
I have seen it with my own eyes, racism being cultivated within a young individual in school. Students these days think its alright to joke around with these things, and to form groups to terrorize another kid just because he's "different". Cases have gone to extremes when kids do not know where to draw the line, and this is daunting in our day and age. Students these days follow the by-stander effect and do not take action when they see something is wrong and even when they KNOW it is wrong. This is the first step to Racism being cultivated at a young age, as these kids do not know the severity of what they're spewing at other students.
ItIt was a single death that sparked the riot. Then the riot sparked a spouting of racist hatred that belies Singapore’s very orderly image – just as the country’s leaders were urging their multicultural populace to live in peace and harmony.
Singapore is known for being a multiracial society that practices harmonious living within citizens, but all this sugarcoats the underlying face that racism is prevalent in singapore. Many singaporeans do not like the increase of number of foreigners entering singapore. Many keep it within themselves and deal with it but there are people who voice their opinions out by giving out dirty looks, and voicing out bad remarks. Although this may seem like nothing, it could have sparked many riots for example the ones mentioned in the article.
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