Dating aishah salleh
It will record for generations of Singaporeans her life story, the role she played, and her contributions to our early nation-building days." Since her husband died in 1970 of heart failure, Puan Noor Aishah, now 84, has kept out of the limelight.So the new book, which costs (excluding GST) at bookstores, offers a precious glimpse into her eventful life.A study on the biodiversity of phytoplankton was carried out at Bachok, Kelantan from 14th to 18th June 2008.The objective of the study was to document the phytoplankton biodiversity of this scientifically little known area. PM Lee in his speech said reading the book brought back memories of growing up in Singapore's early years. Tan, the book also contains photographs of Puan Noor Aishah and her family, including those from her own private albums.
When the People's Action Party won the 1959 general election, Mr Yusof was founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew's pick for Yang di-Pertuan Negara.Their first home together was in a small kampung with no running water or electricity.One day, Mr Yusof, who loved growing orchids ,ended up quarrelling with a neighbour whose cow would wander into their compound, worried it would eat his beloved flowers.So she made trips down to Arab Street to buy plain cloth, and would sew and embroider her own kebaya.She adapted to her new life quickly, said the people around her, including former president Wee Kim Wee, a good friend of Mr Yusof's.