1 in 5 marriages in Singapore is inter-racial, but social acceptance of such unions remains mixed.On The Red Dot profiles the stories of three couples.Norsham, 41, recalls: “It was actually quite nerve-wrecking breaking the news to my mum that I was going to marry this Chinese girl." Even though the couple now have three children, Anne, 37, said: “It has been difficult because my dad is still not really part of the picture.
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Fewer than one in four Chinese respondents were accepting of a non-Chinese marrying into the family.
And fewer than half of Indian respondents indicated acceptance of a non-Indian, according to the survey by Channel News Asia in partnership with the Institute of Policy Studies.