Miri teen, one of five Nasa winners


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  • Sunday, 02 Jun 2019

Wei Rui (right) poses with his teacher Teo as he shows off his winning patch design.

A TEENAGER from Miri, Sarawak, SM Pei Min Form One student Teng Wei Rui, 13, was selected by Nasa as one of the five winners from nearly 10,000 submitted entries from students around the world, in the international Mission Patch Design Challenge 2019.

Tynker, which enables kids to use code to become makers, announced that Nasa experts selected five student winners of the “Forward to the Moon Mission Patch Design Challenge”.

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