Sim Kee Boon is one of Singapore's most well-known and respected public figures, having served in many top positions in the public and private sectors.

In 1979, Mr Sim was appointed the Head of Civil Service and held the post until 1984.

He then became the Chairman of Keppel Corporation and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), tasked with the construction and opening of Changi Airport - managing every aspect of the project from land reclamation to squatter resettlement. To Sim, Changi Airport project was his 'national service' to Singapore.

His other positions include member of the Temasek Advisory Panel and Temasek Trust, as well as the Chairman of the Singapore Council of Presidential Advisors.

Mr Sim was awarded the Meritorious Service me...

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