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Lee Kuan Yew

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Nativitas: 16 Septembris 1923; Singapura
Obitus: 23 Martii 2015; Singapore General Hospital
Patria: Singapura

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of Singapore, Member of the Parliament of Singapore, Member of the Parliament of Singapore, Member of the Parliament of Singapore, Member of the Dewan Rakyat
Munus: philosophus, autobiographus, Causidicus, homo in re publica potens, politicus
Patronus: Universitas Cantabrigiensis

Consociatio

Factio: People's Action Party
Religio: agnosticismus

Familia

Genitores: Lee Chin Koon; Chua Jim Neo
Coniunx: Kwa Geok Choo
Proles: Lee Hsien Loong, Lee Hsien Yang, Lee Wei Ling

Memoria

Laurae: Order of Honour, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George, Order of the Badge of Honour, Order of Friendship, Ig Nobel Prize, Order of the Rising Sun, 1st class, Order of the Companions of Honour, Order of Friendship, Q3853542, Grand Cordon of the Order of the Paulownia Flowers, honorary doctor of the University of Hong Kong, honorary doctor of the Fudan University, honorary doctor of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, China Reform Friendship Medal, honorary doctor of the Moscow State Institute of International Relations
Sepultura: Mandai Crematorium and Columbarium

Lee Kuan Yew[1] (Mandarinice 李光耀; litteris Tamulicis லீ குவான் இயூ) (Singapurae natus die 16 Septembris 1923; ibidem die 23 Martii 2015 mortuus) fuit scriptor et politicus Singapurensis, pater patriae a civibus habitus. Primus ille primus minister rei publicae Singapurae ab anno 1959 usque ad annum 1990 meruit. Per tria decennia, cum Lee munus publicum sustineret, Singapura, olim civitas provectibilis tantum, una ex civitatibus maxime in Asia Meridiorientali evolutis factus est.[2] Lee quidem dicebat solas civitatis opes naturales esse suos incolas roburque eorum ethicam laboris.[3][4]

De vita[recensere | fontem recensere]

Alumnus fuit Collegii Fitzwilliam apud Cantabrigienses.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Natus Harry Lee Kuan Yew, Cognomen more Sinico est Lee, non Yew.
  2. Hussain, Zarina (24 Martii 2015). "Singapore's economic transformation" (en-GB). BBC News .
  3. Yew 2000.
  4. Suryadinata, Leo (2012). Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent, Vol. 1: A Biographical Dictionary. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. p. 525. ISBN 978-981-4414-14-2 .

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

.* Soo, Kai Poh; Hong, Lysa; Chen, Guofang (2013). The 1963 Operation Coldstore in Singapore, Commemorating 50 years. Strategic Information and Research Development Centre. ISBN 9789670630106 .

Bibliographia addita[recensere | fontem recensere]

Fontes primarii[recensere | fontem recensere]

Alii fontes[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Allison, Graham T.; Blackwill, Robert D.; Ali, Wyne (2013). Lee Kuan Yew: Grand Master's Insights on China, the United States and the World. The MIT Press. ISBN 978-0262019125 .
  • Barr, Michael D. (2000). Lee Kuan Yew: The Beliefs Behind the Man. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press. ISBN 978-0878408160 .
  • Datta-Ray, Sunanda K. (2009). Looking East to Look West: Lee Kuan Yew's Mission India. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. ISBN 978-9814279048 .
  • Fernandez, Warren, Sumiko Tan, Sally Lam, et Hwee Peng Tay. 2015. Lee Kuan Yew: The Man and His Ideas. Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd. ISBN 978-9814677684.
  • Gordon, Uri. 2000. "Machiavelli's Tiger: Lee Kwan Yew and Singapore's Authoritarian regime." PDF.
  • King, Rodney (2008). The Singapore Miracle, Myth and Reality (2 ed.). Insight Press. ISBN 978-0977556700 .
  • Koh, Buck Song (2011). Brand Singapore: How Nation Branding Built Asia's Leading Global City. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish. ISBN 978-9814328159 .
  • Lama, Murat (2016) (fr). Lee Kuan Yew: Singapour et le renouveau de la Chine. Paris: Manitoba/Les Belles Lettres. ISBN 978-2-251-89020-3 .
  • Minchin, James (1986). No Man is an Island: A Study of Singapore's Lee Kuan Yew. Allen & Unwin. ISBN 978-0868619064 .
  • Bellows, Thomas J. (1989), "Singapore in 1988: The Transition Moves Forward", Asian Survey 29 (2): 145–153 .
  • Yang Razali Kassim; Mushahid Ali, eds. (2016). Reflections: The Legacy of Lee Kuan Yew. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing. ISBN 978-9814723886 .

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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