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A letter from DR RABI’AH AMINUDIN, DR NORHASLINDA JAMAIUDDIN, DR ROHANA ABDUL HAMID, DR SYAZA SHUKRI & DR LEE PEI MAY, Department of Political Science, International Islamic University Malaysia
Organisations are responding to the plight of users in rural areas suffering from slow Internet connections after their online posts go viral.
From ISKANDAR AMEEN SUHAIMI, Cyberjaya.
Apart from her laptop and notes for e-learning, student Rose Nawie Anjap also has to bring along a parang to hack away the shrubs and bushes to create a comfortable spot to study in the jungle.
KOTA KINABALU: Things have been getting better for 18-year-old Veveonah Mosibin ever since she posted YouTube videos of herself spending the night up a tree to get better Internet access for her exam, and they went viral.
PETALING JAYA: Veveonah Mosibin has been offered a scholarship to pursue her bachelor's degree at the Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS).
MCMC to improve Internet connection in Sabahan student’s village after video of her studying in a tree goes viral
MCMC is taking action to improve Internet connectivity at Kampung Sapatalang in Pitas, Sabah after a student posted a video of her spending a day in a tree just to get stable Internet connection for her studies.
KOTA KINABALU: While urbanites get all worked up over slow or limited Internet access, especially when they need to carry out urgent transactions online, a Sabahan girl took it upon herself to find a solution.
KOTA KINABALU: Urban folk may have easier access to the Internet, but there are some in rural areas who have to go to great lengths to get good connectivity – such as a student who had to spend the night in a tree and almost got stung by a hornet in order to sit for online examinations.