How best to bridge divides and strengthen a common national identity?

SINGAPORE – At a time when people are rediscovering their “tribes” and reasserting different facets of their identities, it feels harder than ever to forge a common Singapore identity everyone feels they have a share in.

This is especially the case when friction arises between groups with different lived experiences, which can lead to people turning inwards and doubling down on their positions, rather than reaching out in reciprocity and compromise.

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