Becoming a citizen of another country does not mean abandoning your roots

While a country may have its unique culture, practices and idiosyncrasies, and the desire to fit in with her society as a new citizen may be strong, that’s no reason for you to be throwing away what your homeland had first taught you as you were growing up.

This applies to anybody who has ever had the privilege to be granted a citizenship in another country, but in Singapore, this notion hits harder due to the make-up of our culturally diverse society.

Read more about why this is so.

Article: Cultural diversity key to strong national fabric
Author: Lily Ong

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