A word cloud featuring words associated with former Singapore prime minister Lee Kuan Yew was among the tributes sent in to mark his 90th birthday on Monday.
Ms Lin Huiling, the form teacher of class 5 Endurance at River Valley Primary School, submitted the work, which was done by her pupils, as a birthday tribute.
More than 450 wishes have been sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, with hundreds more posted on The Straits Times' Facebook page.
Ms Lynnette Ng sent in a drawing she did of the MRT line.
She said she drew it a week ago and would like to thank Mr Lee for making "Singapore flourish so much, such that the entire line can represent Singapore's cultural history, heritage, Japanese Occupation days, religious freedom, meritocracy, housing and healthcare".
She added: "Having gone overseas for a short period, I really appreciate the wonders he has done to build this nation - the safe, clean and green city, and even the MRT line that has phone reception and 3G!"
Singaporean Lawrence Koh Choon Teck, who teaches at Temasek Polytechnic, sent in a digital drawing of Mr Lee.
He said he had illustrated and authored the book Growing Up With Lee Kuan Yew in 2000 and had taken a photo with Mr Lee together with his wife, Elina Ng, in 2004.
That was before he went to the United States to study in 2004 under a "life changing" Media Development Authority scholarship.
"After staying and working in USA and Japan, we are back to Singapore. Hoping to contribute as much as we could," he said.
Other Singaporeans sent in pictures they had taken with Mr Lee - or with his wax figurine from Madame Tussauds Hong Kong.
You can still send your wishes to email@example.com by Wednesday, Sept 18, 10pm, and we will feature them on our website.