Good morning! Here are our top stories to kickstart your Sunday, May 27.
VIDEO: Korean leaders hold surprise talks on Trump-Kim summit; Kim Jong Un expresses 'fixed will' to meet Trump
South Korean President Moon Jae In and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met for two hours just north of the heavily militarised border, with Mr Kim reportedly expressing strong will for the June 12 summit to happen.
Malaysia looking at how to cut compensation to Singapore if high-speed rail dropped: Mahathir
With Malaysia looking at ways to pare its RM1 trillion (S$337 billion) debt, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has raised the possibility of dropping the 350km project, which is estimated to cost up to RM50 billion.
VIDEO: Levelling the educational playing field in Singapore
The issue of Singapore's top schools becoming closed circles instead of social levellers has again come under scrutiny after Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong highlighted the problem of stratification in Parliament.
VIDEO: More underage maids spotted in Singapore and sent home
Last year, the Ministry of Manpower punished more than 80 employment agencies for bringing in underage maids - an exponential rise from nine between 2012 and 2016.
VIDEO: Heavy rain causes flash flood in Orchard Road; vehicles stuck in murky water
Both lanes of Kramat Lane, near the Concorde Hotel, were flooded on Saturday, leaving some vehicles stuck in deep murky water that came up to mid-tyre level. PUB also advised people to avoid the area.
VIDEO: Lunch With Sumiko: BreadTalk's George Quek on conquering the world, one loaf at a time
Today, BreadTalk Group - where Mr Quek is founder and chairman - has nearly 1,000 stores spread over 100 cities in 17 countries. It is aiming have 2,000 by 2022.
Trump-Kim summit: Fast-paced chronicle may yet have a happy ending
Should US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un indeed meet, realistically they can only set the foundation for further talks.
Ex-PM Najib takes swipe at how quickly new Malaysian government transformed economy
Mr Najib's tweet comes after he criticised Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng for unsettling the financial markets with his announcement that Malaysia's debt is now at RM1 trillion (S$338 billion).
VIDEO: It Changed My Life: From Redhill to Nasa, then from space to clay
Ms Wee Hong-Ling, 50, has had a colourful and eventful journey - from leaving Singapore for the US and becoming a Nasa researcher, and eventually, a celebrated ceramics artist.
Football: Brilliant Bale breaks Liverpool hearts as Real Madrid clinch 13th European crown
Gareth Bale came off the bench to score twice - including a jaw-dropping overhead kick - to help Real beat Liverpool 3-1 and win the Champions League trophy for the third year running.