Boy, 4, enters Malaysia Book of Records for naming 147 country flags in 15 minutes

Vishan (right) with the MBR certificate together with his father Dr Rajasekaran and mother Angila. Photo: Sarban Singh

A fascination for colours is what helped Vishan Rajasekaran earn an entry into the Malaysia Book of Records (MBR) for Most Number of International Flags Identified in 15 Minutes By a Child.

The four-year-old from Port Dickson, Negri Sembilan, who is only just learning to read and write, successfully identified the flags of 147 countries within that time, a feat that may prove challenging even for adults.

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