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During the dialogue after his speech, questions on race and diversity dominated the proceedings.
Members of the audience asked whether Singapore would go the way of New York City in becoming a cultural melting pot and whether the Republic was ready for a non-Chinese Prime Minister.
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Despite their diversity, all New Yorkers love the city, he noted.
Similarly, Singaporeans must learn to embrace one another as individuals and not as categories, he said.has helped to create common ground among those of different tongues and dialects, but it also has had the effect of oversimplifying the diversity that is our social mix,” he said.“How we define people often shapes how they behave, so the less we pigeonhole people, the more chances we have for a cohesive diversity.”Mr Ho cited the example of New York City, where there is no fixed preconception of people.The bikinis show off the beauty of the gadis melayu body in all its glory.SINGAPORE: The traditional Chinese-Malay-Indian-Others (CMIO) categorisation should be dropped, so as to maintain cohesiveness in diversity, which is a challenge the Republic has to overcome in order to achieve its dreams in the next 50 years, said prominent businessman Ho Kwon Ping.For instance, the Administrative Service — the elite among public servants — should change its recruitment criteria, replacing academic pedigree with psychometric and other aptitude tests.