Tag Archives: Lee Kuan Yew

You Lift Us Up Mr Lee

Was most captivated and pleasantly surprised by an image of Lee Kuan Yew on a building at Rangoon Road. The words “You lift us up Mr Lee”, I’m sure drew the sentiments of everyone who looked up and spotted it. … Continue reading

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Painting: Lee Kuan Yew

Captivating images at Ode to Art spotted at Raffles City that made everyone passing by turn their heads. I read that it’s by an artist from China, Ren Zhenyu and the one in the window, oil on canvas, is marked as … Continue reading

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Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s Diet, Exercise & Daily Routine

I am beyond fascinated by Lee Kuan Yew’s diet, exercise and daily routine as I am keen to learn from someone who had a long life and paid keen attention to his health, with much diligence. I had no clue … Continue reading

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Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Back to The Coffee Daily for Rainbow cake. I’ve always found the song ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ to be very sad. I associate it with losing someone but perhaps there is a bright side and you can find them at … Continue reading

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This Week

It’s been an emotionally draining week. I have been more touched than I ever thought I would be. Even now after the national week of mourning is over, you somehow don’t feel the same. I have a greater sense of … Continue reading

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Singapore Today: People Paying Respects to Mr Lee Kuan Yew

Saw the Singapore flag at half mast at a mosque at Jalan Eunos. Moving scenes on TV. I think Mr Chiam See Tong is a class act. It was heartwarming to see PM Lee greeting him. Scenes reflecting the importance … Continue reading

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The Day After

You can feel the presence of our first PM, Mr Lee Kuan Yew ( I see him more as Singapore’s founder and leader than Sir Stamford Raffles) everywhere. I saw these flyers when we were at Little India. You can … Continue reading

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23rd March 2015

Singaporeans won’t forget the day we lost a giant – an immeasurably brilliant leader. Can’t think of Singapore without thinking of Lee Kuan Yew. Even if we didn’t agree with the methods we can’t help, but admire what he has … Continue reading

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The Singapore Flag, the Pinnacle at Duxton and Palm Trees

I always think of the Pinnacle at Duxton as Lee Kuan Yew’s flat as it’s touted as his idea to develop the area. Although I may not agree with the man and take offense at some of his comments pertaining … Continue reading

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Survival of the Fittest

I know there are many people against any kind of Welfare System, but I am not one of them. This was a question and answer between MM Lee and the union during the downturn. The part that disturbed me the … Continue reading

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