Howard, an Australian-Chinese impersonating North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, poses with a durian and a box of chicken rice at the Merlion Park in Singapore May 27, 2018. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Surprised Singaporeans pursued North Korean leader Kim Jong Un Sunday before realizing the portly man with slick black hair near the Marina Bay Sands hotel was an impersonator.The Australian-Chinese man posing as the North Korean leader calls himself only Howard X and said that he was appearing to wish success for a summit between Kim and U.S. President Donald Trump to negotiate an end to the North's nuclear program.Howard X also made an appearance as Kim at the Winter Olympics in Gangneung in South Korea in February, bewildering North Korean cheerleaders who initially thought their leader had walked into a hockey stadium.
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