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  2. Chinese Singaporeans - Wikipedia

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    Many Chinese Singaporeans can trace their ancestry to the southeastern China such as the speakers of Hokkien, Teochews and Cantonese are the 3 largest dialect groups that Chinese Singaporeans are classified under. Contents 1 Definition 2 History 2.1 Before 1819 2.2 1819–1937 2.3 1937–1945 (World War II) 2.4 After 1945

  3. Chinese nationals in Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Population of Chinese nationals in Singapore from 1990 to 2019. [1] In 1990, according to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, among the 177,245 Chinese nationals residing in Singapore, there were a total of 150,447 from Mainland China, 15,043 from Hong Kong and 11,755 from Macau residing in Singapore. [1]

  4. China–Singapore relations - Wikipedia

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    Chinese people have immigrated to what is known as Singapore since Zheng He's voyages in the 15th century; those early immigrants integrated into the host societies, and their descendants are now known as Peranakans. Modern Chinese immigration is defined here as that occurring after Singapore's independence in 1965.

  5. Gays hail Singapore sex-ban repeal, see long way to equality

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    August 22, 2022, 10:33 AM. SINGAPORE (AP) — Singapore's gay community Monday hailed a plan to decriminalize sex between men as “a triumph of love over fear" but warned there is still a long ...

  6. Singaporean Chinese - Wikipedia

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    Singaporean Chinese may refer to: Chinese Singaporeans, the citizens or residents of Singapore who are of Chinese ancestry Singaporean Mandarin, the dialect of Mandarin Chinese spoken in Singapore Singaporean Hokkien, historically the largest vernacular of the Singapore Chinese See also [ edit] Malaysian Mandarin

  7. Singapore Chinese characters - Wikipedia

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    After 1976, Singapore fully adopted the simplified Chinese characters of the People's Republic of China. In 1977, the second attempt to simplify the characters was stopped, ending the long period of confusion associated with simplification. 1969 Table of Simplified Characters [ edit]

  8. Singapore - Wikipedia

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    Singapore - Wikipedia Singapore Coordinates: 1°17′N 103°50′E Singapore ( / ˈsɪŋ ( ɡ) əpɔːr / ( listen) ), officially the Republic of Singapore, is a sovereign island country and city-state in maritime Southeast Asia.