Teen graduates with degree

Jeshaiah demonstrating how the automated reflective prosthetic hand works. He created it with three other team mates as part of their engineering course.

WHILE other 17-year-olds might be starting to prepare for their SPM, Jeshaiah Khor Zhen Syuen has already completed his undergraduate degree.

The teenager finished his Bachelor of Engineering in the field of Mechatronics Engineering with a Distinction last year and is now waiting to receive his scroll from Monash University Malaysia this April.

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