Lee Kuan Yew’s passing earlier this year was met with sadness and reverence from the Singaporean public. Over five decades, the island state has been shaped by the late premier’s vision and aspirations for a country coping after a post-Malaya split. We explore the very personal aspects of Lee Kuan Yew through the eyes of an author whose book is banned on Singaporean shores.
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This program was produced by Aziff Azuddin, Aisyah Tajuddin, Sharyl Kaur, and Muhammad Haniff Baharudin.