Shaun Lee, nephew of the late former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, takes a photo of a portrait made up of 4877 rubbers that have the Singaporean flag printed on them. Photo: ReutersShaun Lee, nephew of the late former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, takes a photo of a portrait made up of 4877 rubbers that have the Singaporean flag printed on them. Photo: Reuters
Shaun Lee, nephew of the late former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, takes a photo of a portrait made up of 4877 rubbers that have the Singaporean flag printed on them. Photo: Reuters

Reflecting on Lee Kuan Yew’s legacy

The anniversary of the death of Singapore’s founder is being marked with high-profile commemorations in the city state, but critics question whether the former premier’s record should be revised to include controversial practices that are often overlooked

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Shaun Lee, nephew of the late former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, takes a photo of a portrait made up of 4877 rubbers that have the Singaporean flag printed on them. Photo: ReutersShaun Lee, nephew of the late former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, takes a photo of a portrait made up of 4877 rubbers that have the Singaporean flag printed on them. Photo: Reuters
Shaun Lee, nephew of the late former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, takes a photo of a portrait made up of 4877 rubbers that have the Singaporean flag printed on them. Photo: Reuters
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