While many of us have been busy consuming YouTube content during the MCO period, how many of us have actually thought about making our own content for other people to enjoy? It may sound like a far-fetched idea to start making your own YouTube videos and becoming a YouTuber, but you may be surprised how achievable that actually is!
For one mum in Malaysia, all it took was an interest in cooking, and the desire to share her recipes with the rest of the world through her camera, which has led to a booming YouTube channel with over 119,000 subscribers on May 6.
In just less than a month, a quick check reveals that she jumped to 328,000 subscribers!
This is Ms S.Pavithra, Malaysia’s newest cooking YouTube sensation!
Despite only starting her YouTube career on 29th January this year, Ms Pavithra has already become a household name among many local Malaysians for her easy, delicious recipes and clear explanation of each step that goes into creating them.
This is made all the more enjoyable by her fluency in Bahasa Malaysia, which many of her viewers have praised her for. If we didn’t know any better, we would have thought that Ms Pavithra was a professional television host!
On top of that, Ms Pavithra also shares glimpses of her home life with her husband and kids, who can be seen enjoying her cooking. It’s scenes of family life like this that truly reminds us what it means to be with our own families during times like the MCO we have just experienced.
To date, Ms Pavithra has uploaded over 70 videos on her YouTube channel, with a total view count of almost 5 million views.
Her highest viewed video has racked up as many as 492,000 views alone!
If you would wish to support Ms Pavithra on her YouTube career and watch her cook up a storm at home, you can check out her YouTube channel here!
Which comes to prove that as long as you are determined to achieve something, nothing is beyond your reach! We look forward to seeing Ms Pavithra gain even more successes along her path as a new content creator!
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