“Children are the most learning-hungry beings in the world.”
Sometimes, the things that young kids do make us wonder if the impossible can also be possible. Having that said, one of our little ones has shattered and stamped a remarkable feat.
Thevissha Naidu Vignesvaran, a three and a half-year-old toddler, achieved a mind-blowing feat by engraving her name into the Malaysia Book of Records for being the “Fastest To Name All Asian Countries By A Preschooler”, reciting it in just 38.11 seconds. (Impressive, isn’t it?)
This brilliant kid marked her entry in the National Book on April 10 at Matrix International School; she is also schooled at this international school.
According to Entamizh Vannangal, this is not the only amazing feat she can do; Thevissa is also able to name 9 solar planets in 6 seconds, 14 states of Malaysia in 10 seconds, naming our 10 prime ministers, reciting Rukun Tetangga and Negaraku Song, naming 51 Asian countries, and more
Matrix Global Schools has congratulates Thevissha for her wonderful achievement
“What an incredible achievement and memory to be able to remember all the 48 Asian countries at such a tender age. Warmest congratulations to Thevissha and her parents!”
Well done Thevissha and best wishes for your next adventure lil’one!
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