Remembering Lee Kuan Yew - Thank you - The nation with you in your final journey - See u in heaven

Remembering Lee Kuan Yew - Thank you - The nation with you in your final journey - See u in heaven
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A video is made to Remember Mr Lee Kuan Yew's Life Journey - This is a Tribute to Lee Kuan Yew for being a great leader.


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Lee Kuan Yew Personal Life - Growing up

Mr Lee Kuan Yew as a baby. This photo was taken after he won first place in a baby show

Photo - Lee Kuan Yew as a baby with his father, Lee Chin Koon in the family's bungalow home at 92 Kampong Java Road 


Mr Lee, at two, on a tricycle in his Neil Road home in 1925 with his father, Mr Lee Chin Koon. 






Mr Lee Kuan Yew and Miss Kwa Geok Choo at Cambridge in 1946. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Began Law School at London School of Economics, but later moved on to Cambridge University when Kwa joined him.
They married secretly on 23 Dec, 1947 in Stratford-upon-Avon.





























Lee Kuan Yew Political Life






































































Nov 1961 with Tungku Abdul Rahman, who was Chief Minister of the Federation of Malaya from 1955 and 
the country's first Prime Minister after its independence in 1957. The Tungku initially opposed the idea of a 
merger's with Singapore; but changed his stand in 1961.






1963 Union Harbour Workers unrest (above). Mr Lee speaking to workers from the Singapore Harbour Board.
When members of the Singapore Harbour Board Staff Association decided to proceed with a strike after he
promised a $2 million award for wage claims. He deregistered the union on 22 July, 1963.




1952 Postal Strike: Mr Lee meeting postal workers at their quarters in Maxwell
Road (above). He secured for them salary increases from the colonial
government through a combination of strikes, negotiations and favourable 
press coverage. When the city's 500 postal wrokers were on strike,  trishaws 
were used to ferry mails & parcels to collection centres which residents 
had to collect their mails.




1955 Hock Lee Bus Riots (Right & far right). Mr Lee meeting unionists during the Hock Lee Bus strike. Led by leftists
Fong Swee Suan & Lim Chin Siong; the strike turned violent, leaving 4 dead and was the first in a series of incidents
that convinced Mr Lee that his partnership with Fong and Lim had to end eventually.











































































































































































































































Mr Lee Kuan Yew (in black) with his family members, comprising siblings (clockwise from left) Monica, Dennis,
Freddy and Suan Yew, as well as mother Chua Jim Neo and father Lee Chin Koon, in a family portrait
shot at Lloyd Studio. this shot was taken the night before Mr Lee left for England to further his studies.










































Mr Lee Kuan Yew in a series of interviews for the book Hard Truths To Keep Singapore Going. As Mr Lee remains
critically ill in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Singapore General Hospital, media outlets around the world have
 begun publishing profiles and commentaries of Singapore's former prime minister 


People standing several deep along Commonwealth Avenue West paying their last respects to Mr Lee as the cortege drove past. More than 100,000 people stood in pouring rain along the procession's 15.4km route, which included the NTUC Centre and Trade Union House, the Port of Singapore and his Tanjong Pagar constituency, as well as Bukit Merah, Queenstown and Commonwealth housing estates



Early birds get plum kerbside spots


A boy with a rose tucked into his poncho waiting along Jalan Bukit Merah

People watching and waiting in the rain along Jalan Bukit Merah, some with their children in tow. -- ST PHOTO: WANG HUI FEN
People watching and waiting in the rain along Jalan Bukit Merah, some with their children in tow
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Emotions run high in Clementi

A large crowd gathered near Faith Methodist Church in Commonwealth, braving the heavy rain 
in order to bid a final goodbye to Mr Lee 


The people stayed – wrapped in ponchos or under umbrellas and mats – in spite of the fickle skies. -- ST PHOTO: TIFFANY GOH
The people stayed – wrapped in ponchos or under umbrellas and mats – in spite of the fickle skies. 


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The life may have ebbed away, but the light will continue to show the way

Flowers placed along Jalan Bukit Merah for people waiting to pay tribute to Mr Lee as his cortege passed through the

area yesterday. Thousands braved the rain to travel the last mile with him, as his cortege made its way to the funeral

service on a route that was itself a tribute to him, cutting across the key sites that marked his life and career. 
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Foreign dignitaries attend Mr Lee Kuan Yew's state funeral

Many heads of state or government from other Asean countries and close partners were present at the University

Cultural Centre yesterday. These included (top row, from left) Bhutan Queen Jetsun Pema Wangchuck, Bhutan King

Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, Malaysia's Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah, Brunei's

Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, (front row, from left) Kazakhstan Prime Minister Karim Massimov, Japanese Prime Minister

Shinzo Abe, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, Australian Prime Minister Tony

Abbott, and former US president Bill Clinton. 


Dignitaries who attended the state funeral yesterday included former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (above), Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his wife Iriana, Myanmar's President Thein Sein, South Korean President Park Geun Hye and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin. -- ST PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA
Dignitaries who attended the state funeral yesterday included former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger (above), Indonesian President Joko
Widodo and his wife Iriana, Myanmar's President Thein Sein, South Korean President Park Geun Hye and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin


Dignitaries who attended the state funeral yesterday included former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his wife Iriana (above), Myanmar's President Thein Sein, South Korean President Park Geun Hye and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin. -- ST PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA
Dignitaries who attended the state funeral yesterday included former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his wife Iriana (above), Myanmar's President Thein Sein, South Korean President Park Geun Hye and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin 

Dignitaries who attended the state funeral yesterday included former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his wife Iriana, Myanmar's President Thein Sein (above), South Korean President Park Geun Hye and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin. -- ST PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA
Dignitaries who attended the state funeral yesterday included former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his wife Iriana, Myanmar's President Thein Sein (above), South Korean President Park Geun Hye and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin

Dignitaries who attended the state funeral yesterday included former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his wife Iriana, Myanmar's President Thein Sein, South Korean President Park Geun Hye (above) and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin. -- ST PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA
Dignitaries who attended the state funeral yesterday included former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his wife Iriana, Myanmar's President Thein Sein, South Korean President Park Geun Hye (above) and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin
Dignitaries who attended the state funeral yesterday included former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his wife Iriana, Myanmar's President Thein Sein, South Korean President Park Geun Hye and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin (above). -- ST PHOTO: CAROLINE
Dignitaries who attended the state funeral yesterday included former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Indonesian President Joko Widodo and his wife Iriana, Myanmar's President Thein Sein, South Korean President Park Geun Hye and Israeli President Reuven Rivlin (above)
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Thousands gather with world leaders for Lee Kuan Yew's funeral in Singapore

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The body of Singapore’s former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew is carried on
a gun carriage through Singapore on Sunday.
Mourners brave torrential rain as leaders from Indonesia, India, Japan and Australia join former leaders from the US at Sunday’s funeral


SIA pilots gather to salute Mr Lee Kuan Yew

About 200 pilots stood in the pelting rain yesterday and saluted Mr Lee Kuan Yew, in a touching send-off for the man who once had a fractious relationship with their union.

Dressed in dark blue jackets with peak caps, the pilots of Singapore Airlines (SIA), Silkair and SIA Cargo were led by Captain Tan Peng Koon, honorary secretary of the Airline Pilots Association Singapore, or Alpa-S.

Alpa-S had clashed with Mr Lee in the past as they drew his ire over wage disputes with SIA.

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Muslim groups wait at 'meaningful' spot

Staff and residents of welfare homes under Jamiyah waiting to witness Mr Lee's final journey

Unionists, bank staff say goodbyes


Unionists and their families outside the NTUC Building in Collyer Quay. They started arriving as early as 9am yesterday.
"We are doing it out of respect for Mr Lee. He's done so much for the country I want to be able to pray for him without holding anything in my hands."
- Mr Tan Chor Kiat, chief executive of Vital, a central government department that handles human resource and finance matters, who was there with about 50 of his staf
"My husband and I want all our four children to learn about Mr Lee's contributions to Singapore. That is why we have taken them to Parliament

and the Tanjong Pagar CC to pay our respects, and now we are here to say goodbye to Mr Lee as he passes by Shenton Way."

- Customer service staff Jasline Ang, 45, with her husband Albert Ang, 48, who is self-employed, and their children (from left) Zevid, seven, Jayden, five, Enilla, nine, and Alline, 12 -

"At first, I thought he was just a very famous figure everyone is talking about. But after listening to his speeches, I now know he made what seemed impossible, possible. I really feel he is a great man." - 
Secondary 1 student Kai Peh, 12 (top, with friend Thaddeus Chua, 7), who was at Shenton Way with his mother. He has been watching clips of Mr Lee's speeches and rallies on television since last Monday

Mr Lee is a great man. Being here is our way of paying our respects to him as a family."
- SIA pilot Captain Michael Goh, 41, who was with his wife Eunice, 36, son Jonathan, 10 and daughter Joyce, seven



Constituents bid farewell to their MP

The cortege passing The Pinnacle@Duxton in Cantonment Road. Mr Lee was just weeks shy of his 60th anniversary as

Tanjong Pagar’s political representative when he died on March 23. 


Honouring his Pinnacle achievement

For businessman Laurence Ooi, 59, Mr Lee Kuan Yew was the reason he moved to Tanjong Pagar.
Mr Ooi moved from Jurong West five years ago, buying a unit in the iconic public housing development, The Pinnacle@Duxton.

The 50-storey complex has won design awards, and made headlines in January when a five-room unit sold for more than $1 million.

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He was my own special father and more: Mr Lee Hsien Yang

Mr Lee Hsien Yang and his wife Lim Suet Fern with their sons Li Huanwu (back row, left), Li Shaowu (second from right),

holding Mr Lee's portrait with Li Haoyi, PM Lee's son


Mr Lee Kuan Yew's casket arrives at Mandai Crematorium on March 29, 2015. -- ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
Mr Lee Kuan Yew's casket arrives at Mandai Crematorium on March 29, 2015 
The pallbearers folding the Singapore flag after laying the casket of Mr Lee Kuan Yew in the ceremonial hall at the Mandai Crematorium for the private family funeral on March 29, 2015. -- ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
The pallbearers folding the Singapore flag after laying the casket of Mr Lee Kuan Yew in the ceremonial
hall at the Mandai Crematorium for the private family funeral on March 29, 2015
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his wife Ho Ching paying their final respects to Mr Lee Kuan Yew at the Mandai Crematorium on March 29, 2015. -- ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his wife Ho Ching paying their final respects to
Mr Lee Kuan Yew at the Mandai Crematorium on March 29, 2015 
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Honour Mr Lee Kuan Yew by making Singapore a great city: PM Lee Hsien Loong







At PM Lee Hsien Loong's constituency, tears and a standing ovation

ANG MO KIO: More than 1,400 people gathered to watch a live feed of the funeral service, observe the national minute

of silence and mourn together in the GRC where Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is an MP

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Rain brings back memories of 1968 National Day Parade

Among those who waited in the heavy rain yesterday were Mr Philip Cheng, 63, who remembers marching in the 1968

NDP during a downpour, and Mr David Hong (above, left), 58, with his wife Malee 
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Mr Lee Kuan Yew 'gave our families the life we have today'

Mr Lee's cortege making its way along Jalan Bukit Merah. From the kerbside and the flats above, people
leaned forward eagerly to catch their last glimpse of Singapore's founding father
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National grief: Why such an outpouring?

RAFFLES PLACE: The crowd held in rapt attention watching the live telecast of Mr Lee's funeral service. One could
discern group solidarity later on, with the cheers of the crowd along the route of the funeral procession and the shouts of
"Lee Kuan Yew, Lee Kuan Yew!" evoking a National Day Parade or post-election victory parade, rather than a state

funeral.

Happy to learn three languages

Senior research engineer Krishnamoorthy Baskaran and his son Sree Harin Baskaran waiting in Clementi
Road yesterday. Sree Harin knows English and Tamil and started picking up Chinese this year.
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Singaporeans do us proud with kind, caring deeds

It is the place that has witnessed it all in the last few days, from snaking queues of tens of thousands of people, to yesterday's 21-gun salute in honour of the nation's first Prime Minister.

As Singapore mourned the death of Mr Lee Kuan Yew, the Padang was also the place where Singaporeans showed the best of themselves.

As Mr Lee lay in state at Parliament House from last Wednesday to Saturday, more than 450,000 people turned up to pay their respects. Never mind the queues of up to 10 hours through the Padang, or the scorching sun. Not a complaint was heard.

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All over Singapore, a minute of silence for a lifetime of dedication

CHANGI: Time stood still for staff, passengers and visitors at Changi Airport. -- PHOTO: CHANGI AIRPORT GROUP 
TOA PAYOH: Mr Wincent Das, who lost one leg to diabetes last year, stood when observing a minute of silence during the live broadcast at Toa Payoh Hub. He wanted to go to Parliament House to pay his respects to Mr Lee. No one could take him there, so he caught the telecast of the funeral service at Toa Payoh instead. -- ST PHOTO: WANG HUI FEN
TOA PAYOH: Mr Wincent Das, who lost one leg to diabetes last year, stood when observing a minute of silence during
the live broadcast at Toa Payoh Hub. He wanted to go to Parliament House to pay his respects to Mr Lee. No one could
take him there, so he caught the telecast of the funeral service at Toa Payoh instead 

BISHAN: A woman became emotional during the live telecast of the state funeral service. At the Junction 8 mall, many came to a halt in front of a big screen outside the Bishan MRT exit. -- ST PHOTO: DANIEL NE
BISHAN: A woman became emotional during the live telecast of the state funeral service. At the
Junction 8 mall, many came to a halt in front of a big screen outside the Bishan MRT exit.
TRANSPORT STAFF: At Braddell, MRT station managers stopped work to observe a minute of silence (above). Over at Toa Payoh bus interchange, SBS Transit staff did the same thing. All over Singapore, buses were held back at interchanges, and trains pulled to a stop at stations during that moment of silence too. -- PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI FOR THE STRAITS TIMES
TRANSPORT STAFF: At Braddell, MRT station managers stopped work to observe a minute of silence (above). Over at Toa Payoh bus interchange, SBS Transit staff did the same thing. All over Singapore, buses were held back at interchanges, and trains pulled to a stop at stations during that moment of silence too. 
TRANSPORT STAFF: At Braddell, MRT station managers stopped work to observe a minute of silence. Over at Toa Payoh bus interchange, SBS Transit staff did the same thing (above). All over Singapore, buses were held back at interchanges, and trains pulled to a stop at stations during that moment of silence too. -- PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
TRANSPORT STAFF: At Braddell, MRT station managers stopped work to observe a minute of silence.
Over at Toa Payoh bus interchange, SBS Transit staff did the same thing (above). All over Singapore,
buses were held back at interchanges, and trains pulled to a stop at stations during that moment of silence too 
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All over Singapore, a minute of silence for a lifetime of dedication
Softer side of Mr Lee Kuan Yew unveiled

Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his wife Ho Ching bowing to thank the 2,200 mourners and guests near
the end of the funeral service for Mr Lee Kuan Yew at the University Cultural Centre yesterday 

A coming of age for 'good life kids'





A young girl holding a candle during a candle vigil dedicated to the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew, during a community event on March 27, 2015 

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Crowds line streets to witness start of Mr Lee Kuan Yew's final journey

The scene for unprecedented crowds for the lying in state. Parliament House still
saw scores turn up yesterday to witness the start of the end of Mr Lee Kuan Yew's
final journey.

The family of Mr Lee Kuan Yew following the ceremonial gun carriage carrying the casket as it left Parliament House for the University Cultural Centre at the National University of Singapore yesterday afternoon. -- PHOTOS: KEVIN LIM, NEO XIAOBIN, JAMIE KOH, ALPHONSUS CHERN, MINDEF
The family of Mr Lee Kuan Yew following the ceremonial gun carriage carrying the casket as it left Parliament House 
for the University Cultural Centre at the National University of Singapore yesterday afternoon


Despite the torrential downpour, members of the public, some huddling under umbrellas, lined the streets, waiting to pay their final respects as the cortege went past. -- PHOTOS: KEVIN LIM, NEO XIAOBIN, JAMIE KOH, ALPHONSUS CHERN, MINDEF
Despite the torrential downpour, members of the public, some huddling under umbrellas, lined the
streets, waiting to pay their final respects as the cortege went past. 

Despite the torrential downpour, members of the public, some huddling under umbrellas, lined the streets, waiting to pay their final respects as the cortege went past. -- PHOTOS: KEVIN LIM, NEO XIAOBIN, JAMIE KOH, ALPHONSUS CHERN, MINDEF
Despite the torrential downpour, members of the public, some huddling under umbrellas, lined
the streets, waiting to pay their final respects as the cortege went past

To honour Mr Lee, gunners from the 21st Battalion Singapore Artillery executed a 21-gun salute at the Padang. -- PHOTOS: KEVIN LIM, NEO XIAOBIN, JAMIE KOH, ALPHONSUS CHERN, MINDEF
To honour Mr Lee, gunners from the 21st Battalion Singapore Artillery executed a 21-gun salute at the Padang 
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In this final hour, Papa is with family: PM Lee Hsien Loong at private farewell

First, the Singapore flag draping the coffin was removed, folded ceremoniously, and handed over to the elder son.

Then the coffin lid was lifted, revealing an open casket.

Inside, the body of Mr Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's first Prime Minister who died last Monday aged 91, lay in repose.

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30 members, 3 generations, one family, one purpose

Some of the group of over 30 members of the Chua family at Bukit Merah with a banner they rushed to get printed. They gathered from about 8.30am, over four hours before the procession was due to pass through. 
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Mr Lee Kuan Yew's politeness stood out

A 1976 photo of Ms Sharon Chong (far right), who served Mr Lee his lunch during a 1977 flight to Bali, Indonesia 



A very Singaporean send-off for Mr Lee Kuan Yew

Despite the heavy downpour, members of the public along Commonwealth Avenue did not let up on shouting “Lee Kuan

Yew” while waiting for the cortege to pass by 
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Thank you, Mr Lee. Goodbye, Mr Lee

The state funeral procession leaving Parliament House early yesterday afternoon amid a torrential downpour. More than

100,000 people lined the 15.4km route of Singapore's founding father and first Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew's journey to

the University Cultural Centre for the state funeral service 




Dedicated leader not afraid to implement unpopular policies: Ong Pang Boon

Mr Lee spent every moment thinking of how he could improve Singapore and

Singaporeans' lives, says Mr Ong Pang Boon
Restaurant gives 100kg of flowers to crowds for Mr Lee Kuan Yew's funeral procession

Managing director S. Veera of restaurant Brinda’s says in Indian custom, throwing petals is a

sign of showing respect and gratitude



'Unite with a new spirit' in post-LKY era

At Esplanade Bridge, students braved the rain in ponchos to say goodbye to Singapore's first Prime Minister. The funeral

procession from Parliament House to the University Cultural Centre passed significant landmarks including City Hall and

the Padang as well as heartland areas 
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On behalf of young S'poreans everywhere, thank you

We don't have everything, but we have more than most, because of Mr Lee's lifelong labour, says Ms Chew, who got to

meet Singapore's first Prime Minister during two assignments as a journalist


Because he never wavered, we didn't falter. Because he fought, we took courage and fought with him: PM Lee Hsien Loong

Singapore’s prime minister, Lee Hsien Loong, holds back his tears as he delivers his eulogy for his predecessor and father, Lee Kuan Yew
Singapore’s prime minister, Lee Hsien Loong, holds back his tears as he delivers his eulogy for his predecessor and father, Lee Kuan Yew
Because he never wavered, we didn't falter. Because he fought, we took courage and
fought with him: PM Lee Hsien Loong- Eulogy for late Mr Lee Kuan Yew

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Singapore’s prime minister, Lee Hsien Loong, and his wife Ho Ching thank attendees
Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong and his wife Ho Ching thank attendees.


A minute's silence is observed during the state funeral of Lee Kuan Yew.
A minute’s silence is observed

Pallbearers carry the coffin at the state funeral
Pallbearers carry the coffin at the state funeral

The guns boom, the skies weep

PHOTO TAKEN FROM SWISSOTEL THE STAMFORD - Funeral journey for the Late Mr Lee Kuan Yew
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Archbishop Goh: Mr Lee Kuan Yew did what he thought was best for the country


Archbishop William Goh celebrated mass at Victoria Street's St Joseph's Church in tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew. -- ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN
Archbishop William Goh celebrated mass at Victoria Street's St Joseph's Church in tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew. 

People who attended mass at St Joseph's Church in tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew. -- ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN
People who attended mass at St Joseph's Church in tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew 



Spillover crowd that turned up to celebrate mass with Archbishop Willam Goh at Victoria Street's St Joseph's Church in tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew. -- ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN
Spillover crowd that turned up to celebrate mass with Archbishop Willam Goh at
Victoria Street's St Joseph's Church in tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew. 
The Catholic Church had arranged for a special memorial mass for the late Mr Lee who died on Monday morning at the age of 91. During the mass, they prayed for his soul and for his family. Worshippers also penned about 1,000 condolence messages and notes in his memory. -- ST PHOTO: MELODY ZACCHEUS
The Catholic Church had arranged for a special memorial mass for the late Mr Lee who died on Monday morning at the age of 91. During the mass, they prayed for his soul and for his family. Worshippers also penned about 1,000 condolence messages and notes in his memory 
Crowd outside St Joseph's Church on Victoria Street for a mass led by Archbishop William Goh to pray Mr Lee and his family. -- ST PHOTO: MELODY ZACCHEUS
Crowd outside St Joseph's Church on Victoria Street for a mass led by
Archbishop William Goh to pray Mr Lee and his family. 




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