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Lee Kuan Yew's siblings are: He described his schoolmates at Telok Kurau as generally poor and not very bright. He then attended Raffles Institution in , where he had difficulties keeping up because he met the top students from all over Singapore.

Lee joined the Scouts for three years, played cricket , tennis , and chess , and debated for the school. He obtained several scholarships, and came top in the School Certificate examinations in , gaining the John Anderson scholarship to attend Raffles College now Raffles Institution Junior College.

Lee's future wife, Kwa Geok Choo , was his classmate and the only girl at Raffles Institution at that time. Kwa, who was a brilliant student herself, was the only one to beat his scores in the English and Economics subjects.

After the war, Lee went on to study in England. He briefly attended London School of Economics as enrollment at University of Cambridge had already closed. He related that London overwhelmed him and he sought the more pleasant surroundings of Cambridge, where he read law at Fitzwilliam College. Thatcher, who admitted him for the Lent term. He matriculated in January Lee graduated First Class in both parts of the Tripos with an exceptional Starred-First perfect score for Part II Law in ; this placed him at the very top of his cohort, and he was awarded the Fitzwilliam's Whitlock Prize.

The college said he was placed above two contemporaries who later became Professors of Law in Cambridge. Lee was called to the Bar at the Middle Temple in In , he was elected an honorary fellow of Fitzwilliam College and was the most senior of the College's Honorary Fellows for many years.

However, a liftboy in his office told him his file had been taken out by the security department, and he realised he was being followed by Japanese security personnel which continued for three months , so he abandoned those plans as he knew if he went ahead, he would be in trouble. Lee set up private small enterprises during the war to survive; among which was one that manufactured stationery glue, branded as "Stikfas". The Japanese army was rounding up Chinese men for questioning and Lee was told to fall in and join the segregated Chinese men.

Sensing that something was amiss, he asked for permission to return home to collect his clothes first, and the Japanese guard agreed. It turned out that those who were segregated were taken to the beach to be shot as part of the Sook Ching massacre. He and other young Singaporeans "emerged determined that no one—neither Japanese nor British—had the right to push and kick us around He drove Widdicombe around in a lorry and delivered several speeches on his behalf.

Widdicombe lost the election in , but went on to become members of the Inner Temple with Lee. He returned to Singapore in Early political career — [ edit ] In his memoirs, Lee recounted that he had intended to return to Singapore to work as a lawyer.

He also worked as a legal advisor to the trade and students' unions. One story is that it was Lee who invited the lead counsel D. Pritt to defend the students, although this was denied by Club members. Lee gained a widespread reputation through the victory of the trial, the first sedition trial in post-war Malaysia and Singapore. The Straits Times on 26 August proclaimed this a "tremendous victory for freedom of speech". At the same time, Lee was accepted by most Singaporeans as the "hero of high".

Furthermore, the cooperation between Lee and the Club members strengthened their relationship which was significant for Lee's future political career and the founding of the PAP. The student arrests gave rise to Lee's reputation as a "left-wing lawyer" [40] which provided a path for Lee into Singaporean politics through the Communist Party of Malaya. This alliance was described by Lee as a marriage of convenience, since his English-speaking group needed the Chinese-speaking majority's mass support base.

An inaugural conference was held at the Victoria Memorial Hall , attended by over 1, supporters and trade unionists. Lee became secretary-general , a post he held until , save for a brief period in He became the opposition leader against David Saul Marshall 's Labour Front -led coalition government.

He was also one of PAP's representatives to the two constitutional discussions held in London over the future status of Singapore, the first led by Marshall and the second by Lim Yew Hock , Marshall's hardline successor. It was during this period that Lee had to contend with rivals from both within and outside the PAP.

After the communist "scare", Lee subsequently received a new, stronger mandate from his Tanjong Pagar constituents in a by-election in Singapore gained self-government with autonomy in all state matters except defence and foreign affairs, and Lee became the first Prime Minister of Singapore on 3 June , taking over from Chief Minister Lim Yew Hock.

Together with six prominent left-leaning leaders from trade unions, the breakaway members established a new party, the Barisan Sosialis. After Malayan Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman proposed the formation of a federation which would include Malaya , Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak in , Lee began to campaign for a merger to end British colonial rule. However, the union was short-lived. The race riots in Singapore followed, such as that on 21 July , near Kallang Gasworks, in which 23 people were killed and hundreds injured as Chinese and Malays attacked each other.

It is still disputed how the riots started, and theories include a bottle being thrown into a Muslim rally by a Chinese, while others have argued that it was started by a Malay.

More riots broke out in September , as rioters looted cars and shops, forcing both Tunku Abdul Rahman and Lee to make public appearances to calm the situation.

Unable to resolve the crisis, Tunku Abdul Rahman decided to expel Singapore from Malaysia, choosing to "sever all ties with a State Government that showed no measure of loyalty to its Central Government". Lee refused and tried to work out a compromise, but without success. He was later convinced by Goh Keng Swee that the secession was inevitable. In a televised press conference that day, he fought back tears [49] and briefly stopped to regain his composure as he formally announced the separation and the full independence of Singapore to an anxious population: For me it is a moment of anguish because all my life I have believed in Malaysian merger and the unity of these two territories.

You know, it's a people connected by geography, economics, and ties of kinship Singapore's lack of natural resources, a water supply that was derived primarily from Malaysia and a very limited defensive capability were the major challenges which Lee and the nascent Singaporean government faced. Without giving further instructions on who should act in his absence, he went into isolation for six weeks, unreachable by phone, on a Singapore island.

According to Dr Toh Chin Chye , the parliament hung in suspended animation until the sitting in December that year. My colleagues and I are sane, rational people even in our moments of anguish. We will weigh all possible consequences before we make any move on the political chessboard Lee made his first official visit to Indonesia on 25 May , just a few years after the Indonesia—Malaysia confrontation under Sukarno 's regime.

Relations between Singapore and Indonesia substantially improved as subsequent visits were made between the two countries. Singapore has never had a dominant culture to which immigrants could assimilate even though Malay was the dominant language at that time.

Lee and his government stressed the importance of maintaining religious tolerance and racial harmony, and they were ready to use the law to counter any threat that might incite ethnic and religious violence. For example, Lee warned against "insensitive evangelisation", by which he referred to instances of Christian proselytising directed at Malays.

In the government advised the Bible Society of Singapore to stop publishing religious material in Malay. As Singapore gained admission to the United Nations, Lee quickly sought international recognition of Singapore's independence. By , Singapore had 17 national service battalions 16, men with 14 battalions 11, men in the reserves.

Tourism helped but did not completely resolve the unemployment problem. Together with his economic aide, Economic Development Board chairman Hon Sui Sen , and in consultation with Dutch economist Albert Winsemius , Lee set up factories and initially focused on the manufacturing industry. Before the British completely withdrew from Singapore in , Lee also persuaded the British not to destroy their dock and had the British naval dockyard later converted for civilian use.

After years of trial and error, Lee and his cabinet decided the best way to boost Singapore's economy was to attract foreign investments from multinational corporations MNCs. By establishing First World infrastructure and standards in Singapore, the new nation could woo American, Japanese and European entrepreneurs and professionals to set up base there.

By the s, the arrival of MNCs like Texas Instruments , Hewlett-Packard and General Electric laid the foundations, turning Singapore into a major electronics exporter the following decade.

The government also started several new industries, such as steel mills under 'National Iron and Steel Mills', service industries like Neptune Orient Lines , and the Singapore Airlines. Foreign bankers were assured of the reliability of Singapore's social conditions, with top-class infrastructure and skilled professionals, and investors were made to understand that the Singapore government would pursue sound macroeconomic policies, with budget surpluses , leading to a stable valued Singapore dollar.

Anti-corruption measures[ edit ] Singapore had problems with political corruption. Lee introduced legislation giving the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau CPIB greater power to conduct arrests, search, call up witnesses, and investigate bank accounts and income-tax returns of suspected persons and their families.

Couples were urged to undergo sterilisation after their second child. Third or fourth children were given lower priorities in education and such families received fewer economic rebates. By the late s, the birth rate had fallen so low that Lee's successor Goh Chok Tong extended these incentives to all married women, and gave even more incentives, such as the "baby bonus" scheme. Caning in Singapore One of Lee's abiding beliefs was in the efficacy of corporal punishment in the form of caning.

I did not think he lightened his strokes. I have never understood why Western educationists are so much against corporal punishment. It did my fellow students and me no harm. Under the British, it had been used as a penalty for offences involving personal violence, amounting to a handful of caning sentences per year.

The PAP government under Lee extended its use to an ever-expanding range of crimes. From canings in , the figure rose to 3, in [74] and to 6, in

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Lee Kuan Yew's siblings are: He described his schoolmates at Telok Kurau as generally poor and not very bright. He then attended Raffles Institution in , where he had difficulties keeping up because he met the top students from all over Singapore.

Lee joined the Scouts for three years, played cricket , tennis , and chess , and debated for the school. He obtained several scholarships, and came top in the School Certificate examinations in , gaining the John Anderson scholarship to attend Raffles College now Raffles Institution Junior College.

Lee's future wife, Kwa Geok Choo , was his classmate and the only girl at Raffles Institution at that time. Kwa, who was a brilliant student herself, was the only one to beat his scores in the English and Economics subjects.

After the war, Lee went on to study in England. He briefly attended London School of Economics as enrollment at University of Cambridge had already closed. He related that London overwhelmed him and he sought the more pleasant surroundings of Cambridge, where he read law at Fitzwilliam College. Thatcher, who admitted him for the Lent term. He matriculated in January Lee graduated First Class in both parts of the Tripos with an exceptional Starred-First perfect score for Part II Law in ; this placed him at the very top of his cohort, and he was awarded the Fitzwilliam's Whitlock Prize.

The college said he was placed above two contemporaries who later became Professors of Law in Cambridge. Lee was called to the Bar at the Middle Temple in In , he was elected an honorary fellow of Fitzwilliam College and was the most senior of the College's Honorary Fellows for many years.

However, a liftboy in his office told him his file had been taken out by the security department, and he realised he was being followed by Japanese security personnel which continued for three months , so he abandoned those plans as he knew if he went ahead, he would be in trouble.

Lee set up private small enterprises during the war to survive; among which was one that manufactured stationery glue, branded as "Stikfas". The Japanese army was rounding up Chinese men for questioning and Lee was told to fall in and join the segregated Chinese men.

Sensing that something was amiss, he asked for permission to return home to collect his clothes first, and the Japanese guard agreed. It turned out that those who were segregated were taken to the beach to be shot as part of the Sook Ching massacre. He and other young Singaporeans "emerged determined that no one—neither Japanese nor British—had the right to push and kick us around He drove Widdicombe around in a lorry and delivered several speeches on his behalf.

Widdicombe lost the election in , but went on to become members of the Inner Temple with Lee. He returned to Singapore in Early political career — [ edit ] In his memoirs, Lee recounted that he had intended to return to Singapore to work as a lawyer. He also worked as a legal advisor to the trade and students' unions.

One story is that it was Lee who invited the lead counsel D. Pritt to defend the students, although this was denied by Club members. Lee gained a widespread reputation through the victory of the trial, the first sedition trial in post-war Malaysia and Singapore. The Straits Times on 26 August proclaimed this a "tremendous victory for freedom of speech". At the same time, Lee was accepted by most Singaporeans as the "hero of high". Furthermore, the cooperation between Lee and the Club members strengthened their relationship which was significant for Lee's future political career and the founding of the PAP.

The student arrests gave rise to Lee's reputation as a "left-wing lawyer" [40] which provided a path for Lee into Singaporean politics through the Communist Party of Malaya. This alliance was described by Lee as a marriage of convenience, since his English-speaking group needed the Chinese-speaking majority's mass support base. An inaugural conference was held at the Victoria Memorial Hall , attended by over 1, supporters and trade unionists. Lee became secretary-general , a post he held until , save for a brief period in He became the opposition leader against David Saul Marshall 's Labour Front -led coalition government.

He was also one of PAP's representatives to the two constitutional discussions held in London over the future status of Singapore, the first led by Marshall and the second by Lim Yew Hock , Marshall's hardline successor.

It was during this period that Lee had to contend with rivals from both within and outside the PAP. After the communist "scare", Lee subsequently received a new, stronger mandate from his Tanjong Pagar constituents in a by-election in Singapore gained self-government with autonomy in all state matters except defence and foreign affairs, and Lee became the first Prime Minister of Singapore on 3 June , taking over from Chief Minister Lim Yew Hock.

Together with six prominent left-leaning leaders from trade unions, the breakaway members established a new party, the Barisan Sosialis. After Malayan Prime Minister Tunku Abdul Rahman proposed the formation of a federation which would include Malaya , Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak in , Lee began to campaign for a merger to end British colonial rule. However, the union was short-lived. The race riots in Singapore followed, such as that on 21 July , near Kallang Gasworks, in which 23 people were killed and hundreds injured as Chinese and Malays attacked each other.

It is still disputed how the riots started, and theories include a bottle being thrown into a Muslim rally by a Chinese, while others have argued that it was started by a Malay. More riots broke out in September , as rioters looted cars and shops, forcing both Tunku Abdul Rahman and Lee to make public appearances to calm the situation. Unable to resolve the crisis, Tunku Abdul Rahman decided to expel Singapore from Malaysia, choosing to "sever all ties with a State Government that showed no measure of loyalty to its Central Government".

Lee refused and tried to work out a compromise, but without success. He was later convinced by Goh Keng Swee that the secession was inevitable. In a televised press conference that day, he fought back tears [49] and briefly stopped to regain his composure as he formally announced the separation and the full independence of Singapore to an anxious population: For me it is a moment of anguish because all my life I have believed in Malaysian merger and the unity of these two territories.

You know, it's a people connected by geography, economics, and ties of kinship Singapore's lack of natural resources, a water supply that was derived primarily from Malaysia and a very limited defensive capability were the major challenges which Lee and the nascent Singaporean government faced. Without giving further instructions on who should act in his absence, he went into isolation for six weeks, unreachable by phone, on a Singapore island.

According to Dr Toh Chin Chye , the parliament hung in suspended animation until the sitting in December that year. My colleagues and I are sane, rational people even in our moments of anguish. We will weigh all possible consequences before we make any move on the political chessboard Lee made his first official visit to Indonesia on 25 May , just a few years after the Indonesia—Malaysia confrontation under Sukarno 's regime. Relations between Singapore and Indonesia substantially improved as subsequent visits were made between the two countries.

Singapore has never had a dominant culture to which immigrants could assimilate even though Malay was the dominant language at that time. Lee and his government stressed the importance of maintaining religious tolerance and racial harmony, and they were ready to use the law to counter any threat that might incite ethnic and religious violence.

For example, Lee warned against "insensitive evangelisation", by which he referred to instances of Christian proselytising directed at Malays. In the government advised the Bible Society of Singapore to stop publishing religious material in Malay. As Singapore gained admission to the United Nations, Lee quickly sought international recognition of Singapore's independence.

By , Singapore had 17 national service battalions 16, men with 14 battalions 11, men in the reserves. Tourism helped but did not completely resolve the unemployment problem. Together with his economic aide, Economic Development Board chairman Hon Sui Sen , and in consultation with Dutch economist Albert Winsemius , Lee set up factories and initially focused on the manufacturing industry.

Before the British completely withdrew from Singapore in , Lee also persuaded the British not to destroy their dock and had the British naval dockyard later converted for civilian use. After years of trial and error, Lee and his cabinet decided the best way to boost Singapore's economy was to attract foreign investments from multinational corporations MNCs. By establishing First World infrastructure and standards in Singapore, the new nation could woo American, Japanese and European entrepreneurs and professionals to set up base there.

By the s, the arrival of MNCs like Texas Instruments , Hewlett-Packard and General Electric laid the foundations, turning Singapore into a major electronics exporter the following decade. The government also started several new industries, such as steel mills under 'National Iron and Steel Mills', service industries like Neptune Orient Lines , and the Singapore Airlines. Foreign bankers were assured of the reliability of Singapore's social conditions, with top-class infrastructure and skilled professionals, and investors were made to understand that the Singapore government would pursue sound macroeconomic policies, with budget surpluses , leading to a stable valued Singapore dollar.

Anti-corruption measures[ edit ] Singapore had problems with political corruption. Lee introduced legislation giving the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau CPIB greater power to conduct arrests, search, call up witnesses, and investigate bank accounts and income-tax returns of suspected persons and their families.

Couples were urged to undergo sterilisation after their second child. Third or fourth children were given lower priorities in education and such families received fewer economic rebates. By the late s, the birth rate had fallen so low that Lee's successor Goh Chok Tong extended these incentives to all married women, and gave even more incentives, such as the "baby bonus" scheme.

Caning in Singapore One of Lee's abiding beliefs was in the efficacy of corporal punishment in the form of caning. I did not think he lightened his strokes. I have never understood why Western educationists are so much against corporal punishment. It did my fellow students and me no harm. Under the British, it had been used as a penalty for offences involving personal violence, amounting to a handful of caning sentences per year.

The PAP government under Lee extended its use to an ever-expanding range of crimes. From canings in , the figure rose to 3, in [74] and to 6, in

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