Ardi Rizal made headlines in 2010 after he was photographed chain-smoking on a tricycle in his remote Sumatran village.
He was only two years old.
The toddler's 40-a-day habit went viral, sparking worldwide concern and outrage.
This forced a chagrined Indonesian government to launch a national campaign against youth smoking.
Rizal received special rehabilitation treatment and access to expert healthcare.
However, he made the news again in 2013, aged five, when a documentary team discovered that the child had replaced his nicotine addiction with a serious junk food habit.
The boy reportedly weighed 24 kilos (6 kilos more than recommended) and was said to be consuming more than three tins of condensed milk a day.
But now, finally, some good news for the child.
MailOnline reports that after years of strict dieting with fresh fruit and vegetables, nine-year-old Rizal is now a healthy weight.
In fact, he is called the "champion" of his primary school.
That's the kind of good news we like to hear.