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Can we expect more from the PAP on race?

Lawrence Wong's speech on racism has been lauded online. But that just shows how low the bar is.

Kirsten Han
Kirsten Han
4 min read
Can we expect more from the PAP on race?

I've been thinking about Lawrence Wong's keynote at the IPS-RSIS Forum on Race and Racism, and the positive reviews its since received. Is it enough? How should citizens evaluate comments, promises, and commitments made by our political leaders?

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