It's more than just a collection of friendly faces, but our collective desire to offer our guests a positive, unique and unforgettable Singapore experienceSingapore to put on financial smiley-face Jun 12, 2006
Look at the numbers and quality of the engineers and scientists they produce, and you know that this is where the R&D will be done. The Chinese have a space program, they are going to put a man on the moon, and nobody sold them that technologyNo need to fear China, says Lee Kuan Yew Sep 07, 2005
You can already see that in the shipping volumes of Chinese portsNo need to fear China, says Lee Kuan Yew Sep 07, 2005
Strategic Framework Agreement Between the United States of America and the Republic of Singapore for a Closer Cooperation Partnership in Defense and SecuritBush, Singapore P.M. agree on pact Jul 12, 2005
There are one or two issues left outstanding, not yet resolved, but I discussed these with Manmohan Singh and we did not see any reason why we should allow these issues to hold matters upSingapore, India fast-track economic pact Apr 24, 2005
Lee Hsien Loong (simplified Chinese: 李显龙; traditional Chinese: 李顯龍; pinyin: Lǐ Xiǎnlóng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Li Hian-liong; born 10 February 1952) is the third and current Prime Minister of Singapore. Lee Hsien Loong is married to Ho Ching, who is the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the government-owned Temasek Holdings. He is the eldest son of former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.
The eldest child of former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and Kwa Geok Choo, Lee was born in Singapore on 10 February 1952. His grandmother Chua Jim Neo was a Hokkien Nyonya, and his mother Kwa Geok Choo has ancestry from Tong'an District, Xiamen. In Lee Kuan Yew's biography, the young Lee had learned Jawi script since he was five, and has always been interested in the affairs of Singapore, often following his father to the rally grounds since 1963.
Lee studied at Nanyang Primary School, received his secondary education at Catholic High School and subsequently studied at National Junior College, where he learned the clarinet under the tutelage of Adjunct Associate Professor Ho Hwee Long. He studied mathematics at Trinity College, Cambridge University, where he graduated in 1974 with First Class Honours in Mathematics and a Diploma in Computer Science (with distinction). He subsequently obtained a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government in 1980.