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Remembering Lee Kuan Yew

  • Mr Lee Kuan Yew was committed to a cause greater than himself: President Tony Tan: TODAY
  • LKY: The economic pragmatist; He was a man unafraid to challenge the popular ideologies of the day; he had no truck with dogma. Right up to the end of his life, LKY believed in constantly adapting to the hard realities of a changing world: TODAY
  • Singapore After Lee Kuan Yew: Future Is Uncertain For The Utilitarian Paradise He Created: Forbes
  • Lee Kuan Yew: China watcher who offered Beijing a model: FT
  • The great persuader: He did not crave to be popular; rather, Mr Lee Kuan Yew sought to persuade people to see his point of view. TODAY
  • After Lee, Singapore Needs a Rethink: Bloomberg
  • An Expat Ponders Lee Kuan Yew’s Legacy & Asks: Is the Singapore Model Scalable?: WSJ

Life

  • Dyson invests £12m to create new engineering school; The Dyson School of Design Engineering, based in South Kensington, has been set up to address the ‘dearth’ of UK engineers: Telegraph
  • Stop waiting for the muse to arrive and make something new; Creativity tips from tech entrepreneur Kevin Ashton: FT
  • Goethe’s Aphorisms: Farnam
  • Speeches – Ten Rules to Utilize: Farnam

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