Lee Kuan Yew: race, culture and genes.

  title={Lee Kuan Yew: race, culture and genes.},
  author={M. Barr},
  journal={Journal of contemporary Asia},
  volume={29 2},
  • M. Barr
  • Published 1999
  • History, Medicine
  • Journal of contemporary Asia
  • Three women were brought to the Singapore General Hospital, each in the same condition and each needing a blood transfusion. The first, a Southeast Asian was given the transfusion but died a few hours later. The second, a South Asian was also given a transfusion but died a few days later. The third, an East Asian, was given a transfusion and survived. That is the X factor in development. Lee Kuan Yew at the University of Singapore, 27 December 1967, as reported by Chandra Muzaffar in his letter… CONTINUE READING
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