Tag: Li Shengwu

Li Shengwu writes about being ambushed with court papers by someone the SG govt hired

Li Shengwu, the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s grandson, shared a post on Facebook earlier today, recollecting how he was ambushed “with court papers in public” sometime last year. The 32-year old said, “Giving a lecture in Scott Kominer's brilliant market design class at Harvard....

Judge’s decision paves way for AGC’s contempt of court proceedings against Li Shengwu to commence

The court has dismissed Li Shengwu's application challenging an order that allowed the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) to personally serve court papers on him out of jurisdiction, with costs. This means that Shengwu - the grandson of Singapore's founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew - will have to pay...

I don’t know what will cause Lee Kuan Yew more grief – what happened to our family or the state of the Singapore institution: Li Shengwu

Local filmmakers Lynn Lee and James Leong have produced a 25-minute documentary entitled "Singapore: The House That Lee Built" for international news agency, Al Jazeera. Released online on Wednesday, the documentary investigates "Lee Kuan Yew's complex legacy and the reasons behind a family dispute dividing...