BY: Michelle Liew
Children are always eager to learn new things and some learn so fast, they end up becoming geniuses!
Five-year-old Thashan Dubashan has recently entered the Malaysia Book of Records (MBR) as the youngest person to solve a Rubik’s Cube. He only took two minutes to solve it!
Hailing from Klang, the pre-schooler secured the certificate this year with the support from his parents and the supervision of the MBR officials.
Through a video of the event on March 23, Thashan is shown to be solving a 2x2x2 Rubik’s Cube while his mother sits behind him supporting him.
Right after, Thashan solved a 3x3x3 cube with ease within 120 seconds. This puzzle is a struggle for regular adults to complete, let alone a child. Hats off to Thashan for the completion!
What is even more impressive is that Thashan was only trained by his mother, Hashaa Devi, for eight days prior to the challenge!
Congratulations Thashan for the stellar achievement.