The pandemic has affected all of us, locally and globally. To curb infection, we are also required to adhere to the new norms of social distancing.
For Sunway University, they certainly did it right and is winning the Internet!
The local university creatively made cardboard cutouts of celebrities and put them as social distancing measures for their students.
They featured Will Smith, Taylor Swift, Jack Ma, Yuna, and Chef Wan. Other public figures include scientists and fictional characters such as Woody from Toy Story and Hello Kitty!
The post quickly went viral, gaining over 1.2k shares in just 2 hours.
Their post reads,
“Our team of Social Distancing Companions have been briefed and are now on duty around the #MostHappeningCampus to keep you company as we continue practicing social distancing.
“Stay safe, Sunwayians and see you around campus! 😉”
Many netizens joked how some seats will ALWAYS be filled, and expressed how they couldn’t wait to take selfies with their favourite cardboard cutouts.
This is certainly a creative move. Kudos to Sunway University for ensuring social distancing through such a fun way!
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