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  • Hi, Joyce
    I’m glad to answer your question. Of course, we should encouraging innovation in nowadays. why we should remain the traditional industry, because it is a large job suppiler and provide a lot of opportunities to the people who needed. To this case, I also would like to tell you that the defination of traditional industry is very wide, such the constrcution work, farm work and some manufacturing. I think it’s still enential for our life in the coming furture.

    Gao Zhan
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  • To darylgoh23 ,
    Time is different , the answer may be different. If u mean in 1990s, the population of whites is smaller than Blacks, the discrimination to Whites may happen, because of the long time history about Blacks and Whites, i think it's highly possible. But if u mean it happen in 21th century. I think it may not happen, although Blacks are treated not well or badly before, but it already passed, people always look forward, live forward, no one want to grab the past, and live in sad and hatred life. right?

    Pan Ke .T37
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  • Hi Lee Choon Ghee, for the question you post, my answer will be yes, but the rules and guidance cannot be impose immediately to the situation now, as like in Singapore, the rules and guidance wasn't implemented overnight, but through a slow process since the days when Singapore became independent or maybe earlier. Hope I have answered your question.
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  • Hi Thanks for enlightening us about the LA riots
    i have a question. For slide 28, why do we need to remain the traditional industry?
    isn't the government encouraging 'innovation and enterprise' of late?
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  • Hi.
    if the population of the white's and the black's are of vice versa. Do you think that discrimination against the blacks will in turn become the discrimination of the whites-?
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  • Hello everyone , today we will present Los Angeles for the assignment 2.
  • Before we talk about year 2061 in Singapore let’s a video first,
  • During several days rioting . 53 people diednearly 2000 people injuredaround 1 billion damage estimate
  • Events: the incident started when Soon Ja Du (a shop owner)concluded that Harlins(a girl) was stealing a bottle of orange juice ,then both two had a physical confrontation ,after Harlins run out of the shop, Du shot her from back.
  • What is not right with USA in 1990s.?
  • 1.Blacks were regard as slaves to the white before 1865 in any state of the Confederate States of America.Being slaves, the blacks were whipped by the whites if they did not obey instructions such as behaving like a dog in front of other whites in public
  • Racial profiling is the consideration of race early on in criminal investigations. If a member of a race is considered more likely to be involved in criminal behavior due to his race, he may be more often suspected of committing crimes, even when no evidence exists to justify this supposition. One of the most common cases of racial profiling is “driving while black” or DWB in America.Blacks are much more likely to be stopped and searchedPolice are more likely to use force against a black (2.7 %) or Hispanic (2.4 %) driver than a white (0.8 %) driver
  • As we all know, people from different country more or less had different culture and its religions. As they come and live in one country, when they communicate , live with each other, they may had various of lifestyle ,and different ways to think.From previous the Rodney King incident
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    1. 1. World Issues: A Singapore Perspective<br />Assignment 2<br />----Los Angeles US<br />Done by :<br />Pan Ke<br />Leng Li Chuan Brian<br />Gao Zhan<br />Qiu Yi Fan<br />BaoYun Jing <br />
    2. 2. Los Angeles 1992 Riots Video<br />
    3. 3. Death – 53<br />Injuries – 2,383<br />Arrests – 15,008<br />Damage estimate – Around 1 billion<br />
    4. 4. Events spark the riot<br />Rodney King incident <br />Events: King was brutally beaten by at least four white officers from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) after a high speed pursuit. Jury acquitted all four officers of assault and acquitted three of the four of using excessive force.<br />before<br />after<br />
    5. 5. African American being shot by an Korean American Incident<br />
    6. 6. Riot-triggering factors<br />Discrimination on blacks<br />Racial profiling<br />Misunderstanding between the ethnic groups<br />Law-enforcement<br />Economic status<br />
    7. 7. Discrimination on blacks<br />--Blacks were abducted and sold as slaves between 1620 and 1860s.They were treated as a way: bought, sold, and worked, sometimes to death.<br />--Even after 1865, Blacks were still not treated fairly before 1960s although they are not slaves anymore .<br />--By 1960s, the emergence of the Black Power Movement, which lasted roughly from 1966 to 1975, enlarged the aims of the Civil Rights Movement to include racial dignity, economic and political self-sufficiency, and freedom from oppression by whites.<br />
    8. 8. Racial profiling<br />---- Racial profiling is the consideration of race early on in criminal investigations.<br />White criminals - 55%<br />Black criminals – 70%<br />90% of false recognitions are blacks<br />
    9. 9. Misunderstanding between the ethnic groups<br />People had different religions and culture.<br />Law-enforcement<br />Police abuse of the power.<br />Unfair treatment towards non-Whites<br />
    10. 10. Economic status<br />1.Extremely high unemployment among the residents of South Central Los Angeles(table given)<br />2.Black men were less likely to be hired for jobs that did not require a college degree<br />
    11. 11. 3.Often last hired and first fired when the economy was unstable.<br />4.high jobless percentage in young Blacks in 1980-1999.(table given)<br />Conclusion: A survey made by the US Federal Reserve indicated that in 1992 the average net wealth of a middle-income family of Latin Americans, African Americans, or other minorities stood at just 17.23% of that of a white family.<br />
    12. 12. Contrast between Singapore and L.A.<br />
    13. 13. Population<br />
    14. 14. Economics<br />In Los Angeles 1992,high unemployment rates due to nation-wide recession, and the African American has the highest jobless percentage.<br />In Singapore, during recent recession, many were affected, either by retrenchment or pay-cut.<br />
    15. 15. Law Enforcement<br />L.A 1992 - racial profiling and abusing of their authorities. Not enough punishment or none was followed.<br />Singapore - Strict rules and guidance on the roles of police officers, s punishment impose on abuse of authority.<br />
    16. 16. Residential Area<br />L.A 1992 – Residential Segregation Problems, residential are separated based on ethnic groups.<br />Singapore – Encourage different ethnic group to stay close to each other and HDB do not allows a single block of flats to be occupied by only one race.<br />
    17. 17. Social Community<br />L.A. 1992 – Individual ethnic group’s community.<br />Singapore – People’s Association to promote racial harmony and social cohesion with activities at Community Centers.<br />
    18. 18. Singapore 2061 and its Prevention measures <br />
    19. 19. Current situation of Singapore 2061 :<br />Foreign-born citizens population had reached almost 50% of the population of Singapore.<br />The unemployment rate of local citizens reached a unhealthy level .<br />A local unemployed man was killed accidentally by an over-zealous police officer . The unemployment citizens started to protest against the lack of jobs.<br />
    20. 20. <ul><li>unequal right of Employment
    21. 21. Lose job
    22. 22. financial crisis
    23. 23. faces tough competition
    24. 24. Salary may not reasonable </li></ul>Equal right of Employment<br />
    25. 25. Racial Inosculate<br /><ul><li>Various of Life style
    26. 26. Different of language
    27. 27. Multiple racial
    28. 28. Way of different thinking</li></li></ul><li>Racial Inosculate<br />Smaller territory, easier to control<br />Balance the right of different racial and religion<br />Institution of living together <br />
    29. 29. Different religions <br /><ul><li>Understanding
    30. 30. Respect
    31. 31. Exchange different culture</li></li></ul><li>Solutions<br />
    32. 32. For foreigners:<br /> Legislate to protect deserved rights of the foreigners.<br />
    33. 33. For education<br />Encourage well-educated people to come to Singapore<br />Give chances to the not well-educated people, but the amount should be controlled. <br />Also let them continue to study to get educated.<br />
    34. 34. Job prospect<br />Developing rising and hi-tech industries to create more jobs.<br />Remain the traditional industry.<br />
    35. 35. High quality immigrants <br />Control the number of immigrants<br />
    36. 36. High quality of immigrants<br />Attains human source in a without any investment<br />Save a mass of education outlay<br />Affect country development a lot in the future.<br />
    37. 37. Control the number of immigrants<br />Enhance the condition for immigrations <br />Ability <br />Education<br />Working experience<br />Age<br />
    38. 38. Challenges<br />Illegal immigrants <br />Difficult to attract overseas investor<br />The local may complain about the law<br />The foreign talent’s may not attract to Singapore<br />
    39. 39. reference<br /><br /><br /><br /><br />