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The Big Read: To stamp out everyday racism or microaggression, treat it as anything but casual

SINGAPORE — After all these years, Mr Asyraf still remembers how some of his close friends who are Chinese called him a "black monkey" in his teens. A remark made by one of them  — “If I turn off the lights, we won’t be able to see you.” — also remains firmly etched in his mind.

By Daryl Choo

25/06/2022

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