HONG KONG (AFP) - Hong Kong's youngest ever university student said he was already bored with his "very easy" classes as he started his mathematics course on Tuesday.The nine-year-old maths genius gained two grade As and a B in his A-levels in England -- normally taken by 18-year-olds.
March Boedihardjo told reporters gathered at Hong Kong Baptist University he was excited about starting school, but the classes were not stimulating."I've learned it a year or two years ago," Boedihardjo said as reporters peppered him with questions and cameras flashed around him.
The boy appeared impatient with the endless questions from reporters and kept asking his father when they could leave.
Boedihardjo did not have a good impression of his classmates either.
"They made no response (in classes). They just listened in the class and didn't interact with each other," he said.
The boy said that his old school friends "wanted to play", unlike the university students.
The university accepted Boedihardjo last month and has designed a special five-year course for him that will lead to a masters degree.