Tạp chí Khoa học Trường Đại học Vinh, Vol. 48, 2B, 2019

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THE CHINESE COMMUNITY DURING THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OF SINGAPORE

Tôn Nữ Hải Yến

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The Chinese community in Singapore was formed from the 1820s after the British colonialists occupied Temaseck in 1819. As of 2019, 74% of the Singaporean population is Chinese origin. The Chinese community has developed inside a sovereign state with a multi-ethnic cooperation environment, developed economy and comprehensive international integration from the 1960s. However, Chinese cultural identity in the Chinese community has been preserved with a rather specific nuance, and they increasingly play a greater role in the country’s economic, social and cultural life. From a historical perspective, by exploiting government statistics as well as inheriting the results of previous scientists’ research, the article discusses the foundation and changes of the Chinese community in Singapore in the context of the development process of this country

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