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Aug 17, 2015

Beatboxer awakens physics class; message unclear

From Malaysia: 'Teacher Beatboxes in Class' for Brickfields Asia College by Go Communications with Maxman.tv

Beatboxer awakens physics class; message unclear

In a stunt engineered by Go Communications and appearing on Maxman.tv (a low-brow site whose most popular videos include "Nerdy girl beats up guys at the gym" and "Toyota Supra drifting with half a shirt"), this video purports to show a class full of bored physics students getting a surprise when their hapless professor turns out to be "Malaysian beatboxing sensation" Shawn Lee.

How this is a good strategy for the educational institution is a mystery to Ad Nut. The message seems to be that lectures at the school are so boring, your only hope for stimulation is that your profressor will suddenly lay down a filthy beat. 

For the record, the partnership with Go is meant to promote the college's EduNation programme, which "provides free tuition, covering core subjects including maths, science, biology, chemistry and physics." 

Apparently, Go Communications' "vast experience in the education sector" will help Brickfields Asia College "further cement its footprint as a premier education specialist in the region" and "raise the bar of multi-disciplinary education" by reaching "out to a new generation of scholars".

 

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