It’s been an eventful week in Singapore, with the highly anticipated historic summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and American President Donald Trump being a complete success. The meeting that took place on 12 June was an important, epochal moment for denuclearisation, and hosting the global event simultaneously showed the world what our sunny little island is capable of.
Summit aside, another thing to note down in history books was Kim’s very first selfie ever. He was seen sharing smiles with Minister for Foreign Affairs Vivan Balakrishnan and Second Minister for Defence Ong Ye Kung. Better yet was the accompanied caption – #jalanjalan. ‘Nuff said.
All eyes will shift away from Singapore to Russia this weekend, as the month-long 2018 FIFA World Cup finally begins. When Russian president Vladimir Putin was asked who he thought would win the esteemed international football event, he cheekily answered, “The organisers”.
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