If there is an image that sums up the experience of covering the Trump-Kim summit for many journalists, it is a photo tweeted by Bloomberg News journalist Toluse Olorunnipa.
Ahead of the historical summit on 12 June, the Smiling Afro met with Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un impersonators for a meal in Punggol on Saturday evening (9 June). From crabs with their hairstyles to crab peace treaties, the duo posed for photos with diners over the course of dinner. The real Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un are due to land in Singapore on Sunday (10 June).
Singapore got the nod from among a list of possible venues floated by experts, which included Switzerland, Mongolia and the Korean demilitarized zone.
The former Chicago Bulls player's past trips to North Korea have been paid for by the cryptocurrency company.