STRAITS Times Press has published a commemorative album of former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.
LKY: A Pictorial Memoir features private and public pictures of Mr Lee, and is an abridged version of Lee Kuan Yew: A Life In Pictures, which was published two years ago.
The 192-page book also includes some new photos.
They were chosen by The Straits Times' picture editor Stephanie Yeow for their strength and quality. "In putting together this keepsake photo album, I hope to recapture the greatest moments of LKY, the public and private man," she said.
"Most of all, I hope it will bring you much joy, as it has me."
The book's cover features a portrait of Mr Lee, overlaid with close to 1,200 smaller photographs of him, put together by Straits Times Press creative director Lock Hong Liang.
The 188 photos in the book are captioned in English and Chinese. It is on sale at bookstores for $26.75 (after GST).
The Straits Times / Top of The News Published on Thursday, 26 Mar 2015
Where we are right now is nothing by chance, it has to have a team of great leaders to bring us to where we are, From a fishing village to a 1st world urban city nation. All Singaporean owe it to Mr Lee Kuan Yew and his team. Even though not all policies are likable by all, but we can see the results with our own eyes. Mr Lee had dedicated his entire life to the building of Singapore. Let's do our best to pay tribute to our founding father Mr Lee Kuan Yew. Let's focus on reading all the positive news rather than negative news. Let's do our best to salute our great leader. He deserve our respect.
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