Lee Wei Ling, daughter of Lee Kuan Yew and director of the National Neuroscience Institute, has been writing in The Sunday Times lately. In March 7, she wrote:
“I choose clothes for their comfort and relatively low price. I do care a little how I look, but only insofar as my patients do not find my attire offensive.
“Recently, I have resumed accompanying my father, Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew, on his travels abroad, after a gap of 15 years. On these occasions, I try to meet conventional codes of dress, what foreign dignitaries would expect of a member of the Minister Mentor’s delegation.
“My sister-in-law Ho Ching and some of my friends, believing I need help, decided to assume the duties that once belonged to my mother: Dress the reluctant dresser.”
Ho Ching dispensing fashion advice?