Lee Wei Ling
Dr Lee Wei Ling came from Singapore’s first family and is the only daughter of the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew. She obtained her medical degree at the then University of Singapore and graduated in 1978. With her experience practising in medicine for over 30 years, she currently holds the position as head of the National Neuroscience Institute.
As a former newspaper columnist for The Sunday Times and The Straits Times, she has written around 180 articles and letters for the publication over the last 12 years. 75 of these pieces are compiled into a book, A Hakka Woman's Singapore Stories, by Straits Times Press. It comprises of her fortnightly columns on a range of topics from her father to public health policies, and national matters affecting Singaporeans. She penned about her life, profession, relationships and perspective of life, giving insight into her thoughts which are true to self. Grab your copy today, available in Singapore’s duty-free shopping.