Reuben Kang, the other half of Malaysia’s YouTube comedy duo Jinnyboy, takes on the 20 Questions challenge, with questions like “Which Star Wars character was not included in the movie’s merchandising?” and “Which university in Selangor was recently evacuated due to a bomb scare?”

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