Five-year-old Thashan Dubashan entered the Malaysia Book of Records (MBR) this year as the youngest person to solve a Rubik's Cube.
And all it took him was just two minutes!
The preschooler from Klang secured the certificate on 23 March under the watchful eyes of his parents and MBR officials
The feat is more impressive considering that Thashan was only trained by his mother, Hashaa Devi, for eight days prior to the challenge
Thashan's father, Dubashan, shared with SAYS that his son also picks up other skills really quickly such as chess, football, video games, and more.
"We feel proud, and we believe that he will make big changes in future problem-solving," he said.
Despite having a speech delay until he was three years old, he said Thashan now speaks and responds more like a 10-year-old instead of five.
"Thashan loves to try out new things at all times, he plays, analyses, and concludes at a very young age."
The proud father added that Thashan is also definitely interested in breaking more records, especially since there are the 4x4x4, 5x5x5, and other types of cubes.
In 2016, a Malaysian teenager solved a Rubik's Cube while blindfolded in 30 seconds at a speedcubing competition in London: