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and please, don’t tell me Singapore needs a different kind of government here. All gov’s role should be the same today, tomorrow and forever. That is “for the people, by the people, from the people”.
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What's really striking about the paintings is that for all the invasions and ethnic mixing that's gone on in the past 2000 years in this part of the world, the portraits look remarkably similar to the inhabitants of the eastern Mediterranean today. You wouldn't have a tough time finding people who looked like the ones on the coffins on the streets of Athens, Naples, Istanbul or Beirut.