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Singaporeans are a spoilt lot when it comes to food, and the people we take most for granted are hawkers.

Margaret Chan, food critic and SMU's Associate Professor

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There is no contradiction in embracing a strong Singaporean identity and yet taking pride in their own ethnic or linguistic background.

Dr Mathew Mathews, IPS Senior Research Fellow

Singapore Commentary: Taking pride in ethnic identity does not contradict Singapore identity
If there is really no candidate to become prime minister should the opposition win, then maybe for a short while I might try to take the job. But only on condition that everybody agrees.

Mahathir Mohamad, 91, former prime minister of Malaysia

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The enemy is aggressive. They will not back down if one of them has been injured

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Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike

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