Guinness World Record
A 90-year-old grandmother in Japan is now the holder of the oldest video game streamer record, according to the Guinness World Records.
A martial arts coach in China set a new Guinness World Record for hitting 32 table tennis balls using only a nunchaku, a traditional weapon consisting of two sticks connected by either a chain or rope.
Xie Desheng, a 28-year-old martial arts coach in the Shanghai paramilitary police, was able to hit 32 table tennis balls with his nunchucks, setting a new world record, according to Shanghaiist.
“Death Stranding” director Hideo Kojima has been awarded two Guinness World Records and is now recognized as the “most followed game director on Twitter and Instagram.”
Game creator Hideo Kojima (@HIDEO_KOJIMA_EN) is now a record holder for: ✅ Most followers on Twitter for a video game director
A Google engineer from Japan has broken the Guinness World Record for the most accurate value of pi.
Emma Haruka Iwao, who has been with Google for more than three years, used the company’s cloud-computing service to calculate pi to an astronomical 31.4 trillion digits, beating Peter Trueb’s record of 9 trillion in November 2016.
Masazo Nonaka, a Japanese man who was recognized by Guinness World Record as the oldest living man in the world last year, has died at the age of 113.
Nonaka, who was born in July 1905, the same year when renowned physicist Albert Einstein published the first part of his special theory of general relativity, died peacefully from natural causes at his home in Hokkaido, Japan, according to his granddaughter, Yuko, Huffington Post reported.
Kang, who recently concluded promotions with Wanna One, joined the social media platform on New Year’s Day.
A Rubik’s Cube boy wonder from Xiamen, Fujian province, China recently broke two Guinness World Records consecutively in a single day.
In the first clip, 13-year-old Jianyu Que solved three puzzles simultaneously using both his hands and feet. He was able to start a new record of 1 minute and 36.39 seconds, according to Guinness World Records.
Xiaolong Wang, a man from China, has just set a new world record for performing the highest vocal note.
A Japanese wrestler broke a Guinness World Record by bursting balloons using the power and speed of her butt.
Freestyle wrestler Saori Yoshida showcased her balloon-smashing prowess during her segment in Japan’s 24-Hour Television, a live telethon event held every year which aims to raise funds for charity.
After 66 years, the man with the longest fingernails ever recorded on a single hand has finally trimmed them.
Shridhar Chillal, who hails from Pune, India has been growing his fingernails since 1952 but has decided to finally cut them over six decades later.
A group of students in Fuji, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, has broken the record for “Most Skips Over a Single Rope in One Minute.”
The E-Jump Fuji group managed to jump over the spinning rope 230 times thanks to their specialty of fast-skipping in a figure-eight form.
Masazo Nonaka, a 112-year-old Japanese man who was officially recognized as the oldest living man in the world, says the secret to his longevity is bathing in hot springs and eating sweets.
Nonaka, from Ashoro on the island of Hokkaido, Japan, became the title holder three months after the passing of previous record breaker, Spain’s Francisco Nuñez Olivera, who had passed away last January at the age of 113, according to Guinness World Record.