Hong Kong (AFP) - 06:24 GMT - Secular funeral - A non-religious ceremony was chosen because of Lee's clear views on religion, as expressed in his book 'One Man's View of the World'. 06:23 GMT - Eulogy - "The light that has guided us all this years has been extinguished," Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said as he delivered the first eulogy, saying that the elder Lee "lived and breathed" Singapore. Prime Minister Lee went on to say that the founding leader's vision was of a Singapore not based on race, language or religion, but on fundamental values such as multi-racialism, equality, meritocracy, integrity, and rule of law. Thus Mr Lee took Singapore from Third World to First," the prime minister said.
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