This photograph is part of the collection entitled ‘Last goodbyes to a founding father’.
On the day of LKY’s state funeral, I decided to visit the National Museum of Singapore, one of the many centers set up so individuals could come pay their respects to him and grieve together. Citizens wrote words of thanks to LKY, of goodbye, and of condolences to his family on brightly coloured post-it notes which could be stuck to the portraits of LKY, forming a colourful wreath. Here, a young girl reaches to place her post-it note as close to the portrait of LKY as possible.
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