Universities in Malaysia have been practicing online learning for over a year now since the Covid-19 pandemic. And while online learning has definitely become a burden to some, this Malaysian lecturer decided to use the new teaching experience to get creative with the way she made her students sign up for their attendance.
On 8 April, @imnmnsr_ took to Twitter to share how her classmates from UiTM Kuala Pilah were asked to draw a combination of any animal by their lecturer for their attendance. For example; fish + cow = ficow!
User @imnmnsr_ also shared a thread of her classmate’s unique drawings in the tweet.
Here are some of the best ones. These Microbiology students are definitely creative!
Shark + horse = the shorse!
Butterfly + bee = butterbee
Cat + snake = cake
It’s too bad that none of them took this chance to draw a catdog, though…
Fox + rabbit = fobbit
Cat + rooster = rooscat
The tweet went viral with over 13,000 retweets and 18,000 likes! These drawings are very cute to look at but we definitely don’t want these cloned animals in real life, do we?
We sure hope the students had a very good time drawing these cloned animals. What are your thoughts on this story? let us know in the comment section below.
World No. 7 Shuttler Lee Zii Jia Resigns From Badminton Association of Malaysia
National No.1 badminton singles player, Lee Zii Jia has officially parted ways with Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) and will...
Here’s Everything You Need To Know About The 2022 Chinese New Year SOPs
Everyone is excited for the upcoming Chinese New Year celebrations, but we still have to keep in mind and adhere...
Testing Rate For Cervical Cancer Still Low But It’s The 3rd Most Common Cancer Affecting M’sian Women
Cancer is a very terrifying thing and it’s always sad to hear about it affecting someone. Cervical cancer has...
PLUS: Teams Will Manually Scan RFID Tags For Users Stuck At Toll Booths & Offer Detection Diagnostic
“Contactless transactions” have been the norm ever since the pandemic struck in order to curb the spread of the virus....
KJ: M’sia May Completely Ban Cigarettes & Other Tobacco-Products For Future Generations
The Ministry of Health (MOH) is planning to enact a new legislation known as the Tobacco and Smoking Control Act...
Mydin’s Boss Says Prices For Dry Goods & Clothing Expected to Increase by 10% in 2022
Although the Prime Minister had previously announced that the prices of some goods will stabilise this year, our favourite eateries...
Massive Congestion Caused By RFID Reported On Multiple Toll Roads Around KL & Selangor
Videos and images have surfaced online, of a massive congestion allegedly caused by the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)...
Over 100 Taman Sri Muda Residents Will Be Suing Federal & S’gor Govt For Negligence Over Flash Floods
The sudden flash floods which hit many parts of the country had claimed plenty of lives. Following the government’s alleged...
Social Stories23 hours ago
“He is still my son” – Father Forgives Son Who Was on Drugs & Brutally Murdered His Mother
Social Stories7 hours ago
Najib: RFID Stickers Should Have Been Given FOC Due To Its Low Cost & Not RM35 Per Sticker
Social Stories4 hours ago
“Was he asking for forgiveness from Lord Muruga?” – Najib’s Thaipusam Visit to Batu Caves Divides M’sians
Social Stories6 hours ago
Antivaxxer Mum Plans to Sue KKM & Her Husband After He Got Their Son Vaccinated Without Her Consent