An Unexpected Journey: Path To The Presidency

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Here Singapore's President S.R. Nathan tells his own story, taking the reader back with him to his childhood, to modest beginnings and life as a runaway in Singapore and Malaya, and then the experience of renewed hope during the Japanese occupation. After a belated and limited university education, as well as a short spell as a social worker dealing with seafarers, he witnessed from inside the Lab...

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Print Length: 592 pages
Publisher: Editions Didier Millet (April 20, 2012)
Publication Date: August 27, 2012
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
ASIN: B00936LZ0G
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President Nathan passed away on 22 Aug 2016. I was also the reason I decided to but this book to learn more about his long and rich life as one of the old guards of Singapore politics.This book provides an insightful and candid look at a man who reac...

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Unit the birth of Singapore's modern trade union movement. Shortly after Singapore achieved full independence, he joined the staff of the newly established Ministry of Foreign Affairs, retiring - as he thought - as Permanent Secretary. However, he did not retire. After being asked to run the Straits Times newspaper for a time, he served as High Commissioner in Malaysia and Ambassador in the United States. Few people have packed so much into a life. And then, at an age when most people are well beyond the end of their working lives, he was elected President of Singapore, in which role he has won the hearts of many people in Singapore and abroad.