The New York Times: “Dispute Over Singapore Founder's House Becomes a National Crisis”

Two years after his death, no memorials, statues or streets in Singapore are named after Lee Kuan Yew, who established this city-state as a modern nation and built it into a prosperous showcase for his view that limited political freedoms best suit Asian values. Now a bitter and public family dispute over the fate of his modest house has shattered Singapore’s image as an orderly authoritarian ideal and hinted at deeper divisions about its political future

The New York Times Dispute Over Singapore Founder's House Becomes a National Crisis https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/04/world/asia/lee-kuan-yew-house-singapore.html?_r=0