Chinese Singaporeans

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Chinese Singaporeans (simplified Chinese: 新加坡华人/华裔新加坡人; traditional Chinese: 新加坡華人/華裔新加坡人; pinyin: Xīnjiāpō Huárén / Huáyì Xīnjiāpōrén) are a local ethnic group in Singapore, defined as Singaporeans of Chinese descent. Chinese Singaporeans constitute 76.2% of the Singaporean population, making them the largest ethnic group[a] in Singapore.[1]

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  1. Or racial group as opposed to Malay, Indian and others, under the CMIO model.

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  1. "Population Trends 2011" (PDF). Singapore Department of Statistics, Social Statistics Section. Archived from the original (PDF) on 13 November 2011. Retrieved 7 May 2012.