Higher education minister's Tiktok competition causes a stir

Modified 10 Apr 2020, 2:32 am

CORONAVIRUS | Higher Education Minister Noraini Ahmad caused a stir after promoting a TikTok competition yesterday, which appeared to be an effort to get youths out of a funk during the movement control order period.

TikTok is a social media application used to send short videos, typically between 15 to 60 seconds. It is especially popular with youths.

In a promotional video for the contest, Noraini urged youths to stay at home and use their creativity to win prizes...

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