Two primary schoolboys make YouTube video to thank frontliners

(From right) Joel and Jayrel, together with their mother Beh Su En, have made a video to thank frontliners for their dedication and hard work. Photo: Beh Su En

Nine-year-old Jayrel Tye, and his brother Joel, 11, wanted to show their appreciation to the frontliners for the good work they have been doing during the pandemic, so they decided to make a YouTube video to thank them.

Called “A tribute to frontliners”, the two primary school students from Putra Heights, Selangor, worked on their video project with the help and guidance of their mother Beh Su En, 38, and aunt Beh Su Jane, 26.

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