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  • Sunday, 29 Mar 2015

A legacy remembered: Veteran journalist Datuk Kadir Jasin (in blue) and former finance minister Tun Daim Zainuddin paying their last respects to Lee at the Parliament House in Singapore.

Beyond the headlines and glowing tributes, even ordinary people can leave powerful legacies behind for lives well lived. One in 10 pay last respects.

WHEN Tunku Abdul Rahman passed away on Dec 6, 1990, and was lying in state the following day at Parliament House, I was there to pay my respects.

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