The son of Singapore's ex-prime minister, Lee Kuan Yew, and a forerunner of Terence Tao, who won the coveted Fields medal, he could have been a first-rate mathematician had he not joined politics to later become Singapore's third Prime Minister.
Lee Hsien Loong—a math graduate from Cambridge University, which recognizes him as one of its best, when he won by a street over the second best candidate who would later become a famous mathematician—is a mathematical voyeur who likes peeping at mathematicians' blogs.
by MathPlus February 26, 2017
a leader who only cares about making money by putting more road gantries when fuel prices is already at its peak and claims this is "helping" the people. Can be used to describe a brat son who lived in such rich environment thanks to his father that he is 200% ignorant to the suffering and hardship of even the middle-class.
that is one hell of a lee hsien loong. The oil price is US$150 a barrel and he is now increasing road taxes.
by lovableidiot August 31, 2008
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