Inequities Faced by Singaporean Migrant Workers Amplified by Group Polarization

Photo by Hu Chen on Unsplash

How did the culture in Singapore develop to reject these transient workers?

What can we do to fight group polarization?

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I write about the relationship between food and culture in the places I visit as well as general musings about living a better life. | nataliemhawley.com

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