Can I bring ashes into Singapore?
There is no requirement for a permit to bring human ashes back to Singapore. To bring the ashes home, you will have to: place the ashes in a covered urn or container during travel. make sure that a copy of the death certificate and cremation certificate (both in English) is accompanying the urn during travel.
Does Singapore have free media?
The government has restricted freedom of speech and freedom of the press and has limited other civil and political rights. The right to freedom of speech and association guaranteed by Article 14(1) of the Constitution of Singapore is restricted by the subsequent subsection (2) of the same Article.
What are some famous quotes from Lee Kuan Yew?
63 quotes from Lee Kuan Yew: ‘I am often accused of interfering in the private lives of citizens. Yes, if I did not, had I not done that, we wouldn’t be here today.
Who is Lee Kuan Yew?
The founding father of modern Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew is credited with turning a “little red dot” on the map into a gleaming global metropolis. Singapore’s first and longest serving prime minister died on Sunday at age 91, at a local hospital.
What was Lee Kuan Yew’s view on freedom of the press?
2007, The Wit & Wisdom of Lee Kuan Yew 48. On the media:”Freedom of the press, freedom of the news media, must be subordinated to the overriding needs of the integrity of Singapore, and to the primacy of purpose of an elected government”, Address To The General Assembly Of The International Press Institute At Helsinki, 9th June, 1971 49.
What was Lee Kuan Yew’s speech at Chinese New Year?
Speech at Chinese New Year and Hari Raya Haji Celebrations held at Joo Seng Community Centre, 28th Feb 1970, Lee Kuan Yew in his own words, 1959-1970 30. On importance of men in NS: “I have read several books written by generals about wars fought by other generals.