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Article Lee Kuan Yew had 'very deep influence' on me: PM Lee
By: LEE U-WEN,   The Business Times  (TOP STORIES)  24/07/2015
space to guide the country in their own way. "It was a different world and he knew that. He was very good at preparing for Singapore to move on and not be stuck in the 'Lee Kuan Yew mode'," said PM Lee. He also said that his late father, who died at the age of 91, believed in strong leadership succession and in allowing his successors the room to   (525 words)
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The Business Times  (VIEWS FROM THE TOP)  30/03/2015
airport . As Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said: "To many Singaporeans, and indeed others too, Lee Kuan Yew was Singapore." I can't come up with a better tribute than for returning Singaporeans and overseas visitors to land at the Changi Lee Kuan Yew Airport, expected to serve over 130 million passengers annually with T5. It will be a fitting honour   (2891 words)
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Article Remembering Lee Kuan Yew
By: JUDITH TAN,   The New Paper  (NEWS)  23/03/2016
of Mr Lee's favourites and he planted one in 1973 as part of the third National Tree Planting Day. 4. Up Close With Lee Kuan Yew: A new book that provides insights into the late Mr Lee's life. Called Up Close With Lee Kuan Yew, it is a compilation of essays written by Mr Lee's former colleagues and friends. They include Hong Kong's Kerry Group   (538 words)
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The Business Times  (VIEWS FROM THE TOP)  30/03/2015
meaningfully. These are my recommendations: 1. Set up a Lee Kuan Yew museum to house "mementos" of his life's work and achievements, including all the tributes from world leaders and Singaporeans received at his passing. 2. Rename Changi Airport, Lee Kuan Yew Airport. 3. Set up Lee Kuan Yew scholarships for every course of study in our four universities   (3283 words)
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Article Lee Kuan Yew's legacy
The Straits Times  (HOME)  23/03/2016
well in the post-Lee Kuan Yew era. He has laid strong foundations that have served us well. The two prime ministers who succeeded him have ensured that Singapore can thrive without Lee Kuan Yew at the helm, although one must acknowledge that his influence was very much felt right throughout. Singapore will outlive Lee Kuan Yew, and from what I can   (1148 words)
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The Straits Times  (IN)  01/06/2015
years and is succeeded by Mr Goh Chok Tong. He is appointed Senior Minister on Nov 28. 1998: Mr Lee publishes his first volume of memoirs The Singapore Story: Memoirs Of Lee Kuan Yew. The second volume, From Third World To First: The Singapore Story, is launched in 2000. 2004: He assumes the post of Minister Mentor after his son, Hsien Loong, becomes   (499 words)
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Article Sculpture inspired by Lee Kuan Yew
By: LEONG WENG KAM,   The Straits Times  (LIFE)  22/10/2015
sculpture of Singapore's late founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew holding an umbrella stands out among artist Lim Leong Seng's 30 works at his exhibition now on at the Fullerton Hotel. Lim, 65, says he was inspired to create the work based on a photograph in the pictorial biograpy, Lee Kuan Yew: A Life In Pictures, published two years ago. The   (638 words)
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Article Nation remembers Lee Kuan Yew
The Straits Times  (IN)  04/04/2016
SINGAPORE Singapore pulled out all the stops to remember Mr Lee Kuan Yew (LKY) last week as memorials and activities were planned all over the island, a year after he died on March 23 last year. No one will likely forget how the nation came together in deep grief when he died last year – with snaking queues forming outside the Parliament House   (431 words)
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Article Farewell: Mrs Lee Kuan Yew
The New Paper  (NEWS)  09/08/2015
A 50-year flashback 2010 As a student at Raffles College, Madam Kwa Geok Choo found a rival in Mr Lee Kuan Yew. They competed in economics and English, and Madam Kwa beat him in both subjects. By December 1947, they were secretly married while studying in England. She was an important figure in the PAP's first years and drafted the party's   (145 words)
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Article Singapore and Lee Kuan Yew's Worldview
By: ANG CHENG GUAN,   RSIS Commentaries  30/03/2015
Singapore and Lee Kuan Yew's Worldview By Ang Cheng Guan Synopsis The thinking of Singapore's first prime minister has profoundly shaped the country's foreign policy. It is an embodiment of his worldview. Commentary INDEPENDENT SINGAPORE'S foreign policy was shaped principally by founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, with foreign minister S Rajaratnam  
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