China's 'genius boy' solves three Rubik's 3D squares with hands and feet at the same time, makes a record

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Que Jianyu from Xiamen, China, additionally made a record by turning into the quickest to illuminate a Rubik's 3D square topsy turvy, dealing with the accomplishment in 15.84 seconds.

A thirteen-year-old adolescent set a World Record by explaining three Rubik's solid shapes at the same time utilizing the two hands and feet. He accomplished this accomplishment in only 1 minute and 39 seconds.

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Que Jianyu from Xiamen, China, additionally made a record by turning into the quickest to understand a Rubik's solid shape topsy-turvy, dealing with the accomplishment in 15.84 seconds. At the point when gotten some information about the most troublesome piece of his topsy-turvy endeavor, Que said he would need to fortify his legs for such traps later on.

Que additionally said Rubik's 3D squares had changed his mindset and enabled him to make more companions. He has been playing Rubik's solid shape since he was six years of age.

Not long ago, he highlighted on the Guinness World Records' channels for fathoming three Rubik's solid shapes while juggling in a record time (5 minutes 6.61 seconds) and furthermore to be the quickest to illuminate a Rubik's block by a group of two (25.63 seconds).

Que, who is accepted to be an ace of Rubik's solid shapes, stated, Guinness World Records is a reasonable stage for challengers from everywhere throughout the world. When you set up your spirit and you can achieve anything.

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