Get full online access to The Straits Times, Lianhe Zaobao for Trump-Kim summit; stand to win Samsung S9

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The Straits Times and Lianhe Zaobao have set up dedicated teams to cover the summit, providing on-the-ground reporting of breaking news, as well as in-depth analyses from seasoned commentators.
The Straits Times and Lianhe Zaobao have set up dedicated teams to cover the summit, providing on-the-ground reporting of breaking news, as well as in-depth analyses from seasoned commentators.

SINGAPORE - Readers of Singapore's two major dailies, The Straits Times and Lianhe Zaobao, can look forward to getting full access to comprehensive coverage of Tuesday's (June 12) summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

  • Follow ST's coverage of the Trump-Kim summit from 7am
    - Watch live video coverage when the two leaders meet
    - Get live updates as the meeting unfolds at str.sg/trump-kim-blog
    - Get our special newsletter on the key moments
    - Read post-summit analyses and explore interactive graphics
    For all this and more go to str.sg/trump-kim-summit

Sign up at stsub.sg/tks for access to both www.straitstimes.com and www.zaobao.sg. The sign-up page will be live from Saturday. The limited-time free access will also allow readers to read non-summit-related exclusive stories.

In addition, two Samsung Galaxy S9 (64GB) smartphones, worth $1,198 each, will be given away in a lucky draw to two readers who complete an e-mail survey after signing up. The draw will be held on July 2, with the winners announced the following day.

Both papers have set up dedicated teams to cover the summit, providing on-the-ground reporting of breaking news, as well as in-depth analyses from seasoned commentators.

Said Mr Warren Fernandez, ST editor and editor-in-chief of Singapore Press Holdings' English/Malay/Tamil Media group: "This summit will be a big event for all of us in Singapore, including our newsrooms. As the host country, our media too will be going all out to cover the event well, not just with the latest news, but also giving insider perspectives from our unique vantage point as seasoned Asia watchers.

"And we want to share this with as many people as possible."

Ms Han Yong May, Chinese Media Group (CMG) NewsHub Editor, said: "The Trump-Kim summit is of historical significance. Our team at CMG NewsHub is fully invested to bring to you the most timely and comprehensive reports and analysis."

She added that her team will also be putting out a live broadcast of the summit, which will take place at the Capella hotel in Sentosa.