Marrying out : Singapore's mixed future.
Loh, Edwin Yan Wen.
Yeo, Eve YuPing.
Foo, Kenneth Chi Loong.
Date of Issue2013
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
Singapore’s population is getting all mixed up and there is no stopping it. While the mixed marriage trend is not new, the uptick in the last decade has been significant. This rising trend throws up a spread of issues, most of which have no straight¬forward solutions. But one thing is clear: we must change the way we perceive race and national identity. As these marriages slowly blur out the lines on issues of race and nationality, Singaporeans have to reconsider what makes a Singaporean. Marrying Out: Singapore’s Mixed Future is a shared account of voices from mixed marriage couples on the ground to top-level academics and policymakers seeking to chronicle the current changing demographic landscape and chart the future of the place we all call home.
DRNTU::Social sciences::Journalism::Reporting on public affairs and politics
Final Year Project (FYP)
Nanyang Technological University