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Parents stayed because of Mr Lee

When the British announced their withdrawal in 1968, thousands who worked and lived at the British naval base despaired losing their jobs, accommodation, children’s education,...

Tribute or veiled sarcasm?

I was appalled by Member of Parliament Low Thia Khiang’s tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew at the special parliamentary sitting on Thursday. (“His fighting spirit helped S’pore leap...

A show of the Singapore spirit

I have seen the men and women helping out at the community tribute centres round Singapore and at the Padang and Parliament House, working tirelessly to control the crowds and...

In gratitude for all they did

Our daily difficulties in life seem almost insignificant compared with what Mr Lee Kuan Yew and the Old Guard had to deliver: Feed millions of lives.

Mr Lee had workers’ interests at heart

Like many people, I am saddened by the loss of former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew. He was a highly respected politician among world leaders, be it for his wisdom, foresight or...

Lee Kuan Yew did it his way and it worked

Without any resources but with determination, Mr Lee Kuan Yew built Singapore from scratch, from Third World to First. If there is a will, there is a way, and he did it his way.

Mourned in S’pore, admired by the world

I refer to the report, “S’pore and the world mourn Mr Lee” (March 24). Indeed, Mr Lee Kuan Yew was a colossus in Singapore and the architect of what it is today.

Lee Kuan Yew reassured, inspired

I lost my father in December 2013. It was a difficult time, as he had always been there for my family. So, I can relate to what Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is going through.

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