If you didn't already know, today, 21 April, is Health director-general Datuk Dr Noor Hisham's birthday
In conjunction with the special occasion, a video showing a little girl singing Happy Birthday to Dr Noor Hisham is going viral on Twitter
In the one-minute video, the adorable child - who introduces herself as Shanice Lim - is seen rushing to the living room to catch Dr Noor Hisham on television, presenting daily updates on the COVID-19 situation.
The four-year-old then tells her dad that she is drawing a picture of Dr Noor Hisham, who she calls a hero.
In the next scene, Shanice turns into a superhero donned in a doctor's uniform and has her face covered with a mask that says "Hisham" on it
Shanice becomes a full-fledged health inspector at home, policing her family members to ensure they follow stringent hygiene practices during the COVID-19 pandemic.
She takes the temperature of her baby sibling and stops her grandmother from going out, citing the instruction from the Health director-general, "Dr Hisham said don't go out!"
Shanice then orders her grandfather to wear a face mask and reminds her kakak to always her wash hands.
Then Shanice, together with her baby sibling and father, sings Happy Birthday to Dr Noor Hisham
Over a montage of Dr Noor Hisham's photos, Shanice thanks the Health director-general for his service and says she loves him dearly.
But that's not all from our child hero. In her most stern voice, the four-year-old tells Malaysians to #DudukRumahDiamDiam (#JustStayAtHome).
"Do not go anywhere, whether it is ke sini, ke sana, ke sini, ke sana..." says Shanice, using the wise words of Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin - which has been parodied by Malaysians into electronic dance music (EDM).
At the time of writing, the video made by @jackielim2828 has been viewed over 170,000 times on TikTok. The video has also gone viral on Twitter, garnering over 7,100 retweets.
Many Malaysians cannot help but find Lim's video too adorable
One netizen posted a hugging GIF and said Lim's "ke sana, ke sini" voice is cute.
Others said Lim's outfit is cute.
Some netizens pointed out that Dr Noor Hisham has inspired a generation of children to become doctors.
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