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Singapore PM's surprise China visit hints at warming relations - Asia Times

Lee Hsien Loong's recent unexpected trip to China and especially the way Singapore's prime minister was received by Chinese leaders suggests that Beijing may have adopted a new approach in dealing with not only the city-state but also its other smaller ...and more »

Singapore PM's pat for Malayali community - The Hindu

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. | Photo Credit: ROSLAN RAHMAN · PRESS TRUST OF INDIA. Singapore, September 30, 2017 23:43 IST. Updated: September 30, 2017 23:43 IST. more-in. 'They have shown how to turn diversity into strength'. Singapore ...and more »

Malayalee community contributed significantly to Singapore: PM Lee - The Indian Express

"The Malayalee community has shown how we can turn diversity into our strength. Singapore needs to do the same on a national level, with our different races and religions," Channel News Asia quoted Lee as saying. 4. Shares. Share. By: PTI | Singapore ...and more »

PM Lee spells out why he pushed for reserved election [The Straits Times] - (press release)

He knew it'd be unpopular and cost votes, but sees it as necessary for multiracialism. 30 Sep 2017 30 Sep 2017. Listen. PMLee_PAKopiTalk. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has made it plain that he knew the reserved presidential election would be ...and more »

Race, multiracialism and Singapore's place in the world - The Straits Times

At a People's Association Kopitalk dialogue last Saturday, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong spoke for the first time about public unhappiness over the reserved presidential election. It is not a step backwards to racial politics, he said, but a necessary ...and more »

Amos Yee's Release Raises Question Of Continued Singaporean Authoritarianism - New Bloom (blog)

THE RELEASE OF Amos Yee and the acceptance of his bid for asylum in the United States should be celebrated, seeing as this means that the eighteen year old political dissident has escaped political persecution in his native Singapore. Nevertheless ...and more »

Make minorities feel welcome, PM Lee Hsien Loong reminds Chinese Singaporeans - The Straits Times

On the day Singapore became independent in 1965, founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew declared that "everybody will have a place in Singapore". He also stressed that Singapore is "not a Malay nation, not a Chinese nation, not an Indian nation". His ...and more »

Post-China visit commentary on PM Lee & LKY highly popular on Chinese version of Quora -

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Malayalees 'show how diversity can be a strength' - The Straits Times

Malayalees have long embraced and celebrated diversity, and shown how it can be turned into a strength, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said yesterday. The community, which includes Hindus, Muslims, Syrian Christians and Roman Catholics, is also an ...and more »

PM: We must constantly work at multiracialism - The New Paper

Having a reserved presidential election was an unpopular move that would cost the ruling People's Action Party votes in the next general election. "But I did it because I strongly believe... that this is the right thing to do," Prime Minister Lee Hsien ...and more »