Since independence from Malaysia in 1965, Singapore has enjoyed a high degree of racial and religious harmony carefully nurtured by the government. However, Singaporeans risk being lulled into a false sense of complacency about the state of inter-ethnic relations, cautions Eugene Tan, law professor at the Singapore Management University, in his research paper, “Keeping God in Place: The Management of Religion in Singapore”.
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“Keeping God in Place”: How Religion is Managed in Singapore. (2008). Knowledge@SMU.
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