A successful businessman, Lim Bo Seng became synonymous with the anti-war movement in Singapore during WW II. His commitment towards the resistance campaign against Japanese aggressors came with a hefty price. He was to suffer a heart-wrenching separation with his family and eventually sacrifice his own life. His incarceration in a prison for anti-Japanese activists was the ultimate test of faith. Yet the true hero never once faltered, not even under the harshest condition imaginable. Lim fought his captors with his one and only weapon-an unbroken spirit. He died in triumph and his legacy lives on.
First published in 1998, this book is in its 8th reprint in 2011.
Cover Type: Paperback
Page Count: 133
Year Published: 1998
Size: 150mm x 210mm