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WE ARE WHAT WE EAT

Science & Spirituality

" While families feast to familial bonding and festivities, food also help foster friendship, facilitate familiarity, flank formalities and fulfill fellowships.  Yet food has forced interfaith friction and fracture due to fallacies, foolishness and fake news.  "

6 April 2019

WE ARE WHAT WE EAT

Food is one of the most important things in everyone’s life, regardless of race, language or religion. It has health, religious and social impacts and is a topic which is privy to every human, and every Singaporean, given that Singapore is known to be a food paradise. While food nourishes individuals, it is a powerful element that can bring communities together.

WE ARE WHAT WE EAT

Science & Spirituality

" Dialogues can help bridge and keep people connected, facilitate mutual respect and understanding, and incidentally, they can have misconceptions corrected. Additionally, cooperation and collaborations can help make communities more collective and hence, collected.  "

Dr Maliki Osman

Senior Minister of State,

Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Foreign Affairs

& Mayor of South East District

3 December 2018

WE ARE WHAT WE EAT

Science & Spirituality

" Perhaps we need to move beyond the religious rhetoric and engage issues of extremism and exclusivism in a subtler manner, through practical and social approaches, rather than theological.  We need to continue finding ways to strengthen ourselves.  Failing which, these ugly and dangerous issues of extremism and exclusivism, if not addressed, will haunt us and rip apart our social fabric. "

Mr Desmond Choo

Mayor of North East District

19 September 2018

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WE ARE WHAT WE EAT

Science & Spirituality

" Constantly emphasising on our commonalities can crucially help downplay differences, hence increasing appreciation for diversity, and just as importantly, reduce the risks of conflict. "

Dr Maliki Osman

Senior Minister of State,

Ministry of Defence and Ministry of Foreign Affairs

& Mayor of South East District

1 December 2017

in the news