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Racism, discrimination, and the race card have no place in S'pore

An attack on an Indian woman in Choa Chu Kang (left) and an Indian expatriate family being told to go home are just some racist incidents that have occurred in Singapore recently. PHOTOS: HINDOCHA NITA VISHNUBHAI, SCREENGRAB FROM YOUTUBE
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SINGAPORE - Racial slurs, kicking a woman in the chest, and shouting at an Indian expatriate family to go home.

These are not scenes from the streets of an American city, where anti-Asian sentiments have run high amid fears of catching Covid-19, but racist attacks recently reported in Singapore.

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