Followup: Yoong Siew Wah vs SPH, Lee Kuan Yew


After Temasek Review’s hard-hitting reporting, the Yoong Siew Wah/Men in White flap makes finally it into the mainstream media, but with all mention of Lee Kuan Yew and Yoong’s demand for an apology omitted.

Straits Times
Channel News Asia

See also this interview with Yoong, again courtesy of Temasek Review:

Interview with Mr Yoong Siew Wah, Director of ISD (1971 – 1974): The Francis Seow case in 1971
Interview with Mr Yoong Siew Wah, Director of ISD (1971 – 1974): Role of ISA in Singapore

And several blog entries by Yoong that definitely do not use the customary kid gloves when grappling with the Minister Mentor:

A Manifestation of Realism: Will there come a time in the future when a credible oppostion takes over power in Singapore? …

The Debilitating Side-effect of the Speak Mandarin Campaign: It may be showing irreverence to portray the honourable Minister Mentor in the category of a chameleon. His metamorphosis from a Sinophobe to a Sinophile is remarkable by any standards. …

No racial inequality in Utopian Singapore?: One of the easiest ways to make his hackles rise is to heckle the benign Minister Mentor about racial inequality in Singapore. He is either myopic or a dreamer who believes in a utopian Singapore where racial inequality exists only in one’s imagination. …

One Response to “Followup: Yoong Siew Wah vs SPH, Lee Kuan Yew”

  1. 1 leewatch

    Readers are reminded that this site is about Lee Kuan Yew and Singapore after his death. Conspiracy theories not involving the Lees are off-topic and will be deleted.


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