Pfizer made a study of cancer in Asia in 2008. Good news: We are nowhere (not even close) as cancerous as the US.
It's mostly good news. We do quite well compared to other Asian countries, and are vastly better than the US.
But Singapore is significantly more cancerous than Malaysia. We both suffer from the same sorts of cancer in the same order of prevalence (for men, it's lung first, then colon & rectum, then stomach). But the rate per 100 000 of the population for each cancer is higher in SG. Since I do not smoke and am male, I am interested in the colon and stomach cancers for males only. Singaporean males have a 82% higher incidence of colon & rectum cancer than Malaysians. So the risk is almost double. With stomach cancer, Singaporean males run a 69% higher risk.
Look at the numbers for India. Cancer there is rare.