|Birth Day||August 12, 1910|
|Age||110 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Nov 23, 1970 (age 60)|
From 1965 until his death in 1970, he served as the first President of Singapore. Also notable as a Journalist, he established a Malay-language newspaper titled Utusan Melayu.
Before heading the then-newly-formed Republic of Singapore, he served in the Singapore National Cadet Corps and held office as Head of State of Malaysian-controlled Singapore.
In his youth, he was educated at the Victoria Bridge School and the Raffles Institution.
Born to a Malay mother and a Minangkabau father, he grew up with a younger brother (freedom fighter Aziz Ishak) in Terong, Federated Malay States (located in modern-day Malaysia). His wife was Toh Puan Noor Aishah.
While bin Ishak held office as President of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew served as the country's Prime Minister.