Singapore is a multi-cultural country. Singaporean Chinese form the majority. Singaporean Malays, including many Malay ethnic groups from other parts of the Malay Archipelago - the Javanese, Bugis, Baweans and Minangkabau are the indigenous native group of the country. Indian Singaporeans are the third largest ethnic group consisting of several groups- Indian Tamils, Sri Lankan Tamils and others such as Malayalees, Punjabis and Bengalis. The rest are made up of smaller groups such as Arab Singaporeans, Jews, Thais, Japanese, European and the Eurasian Singaporean community.
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|Chinese Heritage Centre|
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As foreign firms are found in almost all sectors of the economy, Singapore is home to many expatriates. These expatriates are mostly American, British, Canadian, French, and German citizens who come to reside in Singapore for setting up business ventures. As Singapore provides ample business opportunities and has a unique culture, many expatriates become permanent residents.
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