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Ethics b. Government and scientist role in science c. Rely too much on technology? d. Nuclear technology e. Genetic modification f. Right tech for wrong reasons 3. Arts/Culture a. Arts have a future in Singapore? b. Why pursue Arts? c. Arts and technology d. Uniquely Singapore: Culture 4. Environment a. Developed vs.
“Back in 1950s, my mother used to tell us that we couldn’t speak in Mayangna out loud, because people would call us ‘el sumito,’ ‘el indito.’ If we thought and spoke as Mayangnas, we could be locked up (that is what she told us). But now with the struggle of Indigenous Peoples, now with publications about Indigenous Peoples, we can speak in public in our language. We now confront, however, new threats: we can lose our identity, losing our land, our traditional medicines with the introduction of
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