Actor Peter Yu in a scene for the movie “A Land Imagined” in Singapore.
AFP PHOTO/AKANGA FILM ASIA/Philipp Aldrup
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A world away from the opulence showcased in hit rom-com "Crazy Rich Asians," a critically acclaimed film noir is shedding light on a less well-known side of Singapore the precarious existence of its migrant workers."A Land Imagined" follows the life of Chinese migrant laborer Wang Bi Cheng, who works for a land-reclamation company about a quarter of Singapore sits on reclaimed land.Singapore's Manpower Ministry, however, insists that surveys it has commissioned show the vast majority of foreign workers are satisfied with working in the city and even consider it "an attractive destination country".
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