On March the 23rd, Mr Lee Kuan Yew passed away at the age of 91.
He was the first Prime Minister of Singapore, our Founding Father and the man who shaped our humble little island into the glittering metropolis it is today.
There are many who will have much to say about him, and many who will have their complaints (we're Singaporeans, it's what we're good at), but never-the-less one cannot deny how much he sacrificed for his country and its citizens.
And for this particular Singaporean, she is most proud and most humbled by the progress Singapore has made within a span of fifty years, thanks to the vision and foresight of one courageous man who's only fear and worry was for the future of his country.
So thank you Mr Lee, goodnight and rest in peace.
And don't worry about us anymore, we've got this.