Teenagers make Malaysia proud

Winning smiles: (From left) Yi Cong, Amelia, Jia Yao, Haris, Imran and Bo Wei proudly holding the Malaysian flag at the closing ceremony.

PETALING JAYA: Six young Malaysians have done the country proud at the prestigious 16th International Junior Science Olympiad (IJSO) 2019 in Doha, Qatar, clinching one silver and five bronze medals.

Organised by Qatar’s Ministry of Education and Higher Education, in collaboration with Qatar University, the IJSO saw the participation of 409 secondary school students from 70 countries.

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