Monday, March 30, 2015

Tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew

After seeing Claire off at the Causeway Link bus station in Jurong East, i walk over to the Community Tribute Pavilion which is set up near JCube to pay Tribute to Mr Lee Kuan Yew who passed away on 23rd March 2015 at 3.18am at the age of 91 years old.


There are signs around to inform us of the location


The entrance


There are numbers on the floor and the ushers will usher us to the available slots for us to pay tribute.


Taken from the side


There's a big screen showing our Prime Minister Mr Lee Hsien Loong being interviewed about the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew.


On the side, there are pictures showing about Mr Lee Kuan Yew during the earlier years.


For the public to pen down what they have for Mr Lee Kuan Yew


A booklet was given

24 comments:

  1. Yeah, saw a lot of news in FB too.. He was a great man who has done great things..

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    1. And also the past week, newspapers also a lot of news...

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  2. Did you go to the funeral? HEAVY rain!

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    1. Yes, Heavy rain yesterday, i was at Bt. Merah...

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  3. I was watching live yesterday and it was raining so heavily!! the sky was crying for the demise of a great person of the era.. I enjoyed listening to the eulogy by your PM..

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    1. Even the rain was so heavy, there's many people waiting at various locations where the cortege will past by to pay their last respect to him...

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  4. Mr Lee Kuan Yew was a great man and he dedicated his life to make Singapore what it is today. I admire him and was sad at his passing. May he rest in peace.

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  5. he was a good leader. Can see from so many people willing to queue up for 8-10 hours just to pay him last visit

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    1. Actually at first, Parliament House was opened from 10am to 8pm for public to pay him last visit, but so many people turned up, they opened round the round...

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  6. He was a great man, may him rest in peace

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    1. Without him, there won't be Singapore today...

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  7. I watched on TV and read Yahoo news...so very touched and moved to tears.

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    1. News of Mr Lee was on TV, newspaper, radio, over the web last few days...

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  8. 我们都有关注,他是少数华人之光!

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    1. Thank you for the compliment about Mr LKY...

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  9. Farewell to the great man! Glad I also managed to pay respect to him at the parliament house.
    Ok... on the other hand, glad the mourning is over as I am sort of 'overdose' with his stories on tv, radio and facebook. Don't get me wrong , I respect him but sometimes too much sadness is no good for us too.

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    1. Let's healing began in SG now.. :)

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    2. I like your "Overdose" description. Yes, we must move on.

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    3. I have the same thinking as you, on the radio, switch on the TV, open facebook, newspaper, all the news on him...

      I find should have some "break" in between...

      Even my friend was mentioning, the daughter wanted to watch her usual cartoon, but on the tv, it's about Mr LKY...

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  10. You are a grateful citizen and went to queue up twice! Salutes!

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    1. 50 years for Mr Lee, me only twice and a few hours, that's the least i can do...

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  11. LKY's passing really moved and saddened many Malaysians. We respect him a lot and wished he could turn my country to become like your republic.

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