31 Mar '13, 12am

Mixed marriages becoming more common in Singapore - Straits Times

"We wanted them to be raised the Singapore way." ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR PAULIN STRAUGHAN, 49, on sending her two sons to Singapore schools "People try to figure out if we're a family or not. They turn back and look again... if people don't stare at us, I think we'll feel funny." MR PAULSON YUEN “We tried to teach her proper English, but what was taught was undone in school.” MS ONG MEOW CHENG, on her daughter speaking Singlish “She came back very happy and told us she ate nasi lemak, or mee siam, so we stopped worrying.” MR PATHORR RAHMAN SAINI, who was worried about his daughter fitting in at primary school as she usually ate Japanese food at home “Being in the national team is a huge part of what made me realise how much I love it here. There is a sense of pride... when you are standing with your team singing the national anthem.”

Full article: http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/singapore/story...

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