Saturday, March 9, 2019

116-Year-Old Japanese Woman Named World's Oldest Living Person

116-year-old Japanese woman who enjoys studying Mathematics and Playing board games was recognized as the world's oldest man, the Guinness World Records said on Saturday.
On 2 January 1903, the year when the Wright brothers started the very first powered flight, in accordance with Guinness.
Ms Tanaka's fame was

Asked what instant she had been the happiest in life, she responded:"Now."

She wed Hideo Tanaka at 1922, giving birth to four children and embracing a fifth.

Ms Tanaka normally awakens each morning at 6 am and moves the afternoons by analyzing math and practicing calligraphy.

"One Of Kane's favorite pastimes is a game of Othello and she has become an expert in the traditional board game, frequently beating rest-home staff," Guinness said.

Japan has among the world's greatest life Expectancies and has been home to many people recognised as one of the earliest people to have lived.

The oldest confirmed man ever -- Jeanne Louise Calment of France -- expired in 1997 at age 122, based on Guinness.


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