Orchids are placed on the seat belonging to the late Lee Kuan Yew at the former Parliament House during a remembrance ceremony held last year to mark the first anniversary of the death of Singapore's founding prime minister. Singapore proves that clean government and rule of law work. It took more than a single leader to make this happen, but Lee was their guide. Photo: AP

Singapore must preserve Lee Kuan Yew’s home, as a monument to his ideas

Robert Boxwell says Singapore’s founding prime minister was proof, at a time when proof was needed, that Asians could govern democratically and without corruption. For this and other achievements, his legacy ought to be remembered

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Orchids are placed on the seat belonging to the late Lee Kuan Yew at the former Parliament House during a remembrance ceremony held last year to mark the first anniversary of the death of Singapore's founding prime minister. Singapore proves that clean government and rule of law work. It took more than a single leader to make this happen, but Lee was their guide. Photo: AP
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