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Recognising migrant workers as husbands, fathers and sons

The Singaporean community can do more to make migrant workers feel appreciated

The pandemic has already led to more public concern about the welfare of migrant workers.ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH

Mr Asit Kumar's hand trembled when he showed me a picture of his son, Abrito.

The baby boy - all of eight months old then - lived in Mr Asit's home town of Barisal, Bangladesh, and had met his father only through a smartphone screen.

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