YouTuber shares his humorous take on urban Malaysian life

Ho in a sketch called 'Can I Take Your Order?' which takes a lighthearted look at funny customer behaviour. Photo: YouTube/The Ming Thing

To Malaysian, Ho Ming Han, 31, being a YouTuber involves “realistically, a lot of stress, anxiety and pressure”. The most important quality that a YouTuber must have in order to be successful, he reckons, is “100% flexibility”.

It’s also “a whole lot of writing (video scripts), and learning production skills such as video editing”, says the Petaling Jaya-based 31-year-old.

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