As a global citizen, I don’t often wax lyrical about my homeland of Singapore.
All that changed when our first post-colonial Prime Minister Mr Lee Kuan Yew died on March 23 2015. He was 91.
Suddenly, I had a swirl of emotions, of pride, of nationalism, and of sorrow over the passing of a great man.
I had to pen my emotions, to make sense somehow of all the reasons why I was mourning his passing the same way I would a family member.
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