In 1945 in World 201, Japan never lost World War II and Singapore remained as Syonan Island. This then resulted in them pursuing their agenda of one Japan where they introduced and imprinted the Japanese way of life, culture and values onto the locals of Syonan.
As a consequence of the tragic after effects of war, people of Syonan refused the idea in fear of losing their own cultural identity until the then dictator of Japan, Hideki Tojo, moved some of his citizens into Syonan which helped in an increased acceptance of the Japanese way of life and culture.
Peace and harmony between the Japanese and the citizens of Syonan eventually settled in, resulting in an abundance of mixed race generation from interracial marriages 80 years later.
What if …
Singapore remained Syonan Island?
inter-racial kids losing sense of identity (rising of new subculture)
This World was contributed by Yasmin Nur Dalili Binti Md Yazid, Giacinta Amaryllis Crystal, Thirza Ariance Lilingan Lodo, Ritisha Banerjee and Nadia Ryndhiani Binte Muhamad Fairoz (located in Singapore, Indonesia and India) using a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International licence which allows others to share and adapt the work in any medium and for any purpose, providing that they credit the author and share their material using the same Creative Commons licence.
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