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ESM Goh presents biography to President Halimah; says PM Lee will launch the book




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Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong has revealed that Prime Minister will launch his biography on Thursday, as he presented a copy of the book to President Halimah Yacob.

Sharing a photo of himself giving President Halimah a copy of the book, ESM Goh wrote on Facebook, last Friday: “This afternoon, I presented a copy of my biography, Tall Order, by Peh Shing Huei, to President Halimah Yacob. The book will be launched on 8 November by Prime Minister .”

Written by former journalist Peh Shing Huei, the authorised biography entitled Tall Order: The Goh Chok Tong Story covers Goh’s life until the point he becomes the nation’s second Prime Minister in 1990.

A second part is expected to cover the rest of Goh’s life and career after he succeeded founding PM to become head of Government.

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The biography, which is presently available at all major bookshelves, garnered immense hype after excerpts covering Goh’s thoughts on , his family members and veteran opposition figures were released online:




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