World's smallest toothp...

Tang Peiyong from Shanghai, China made a teapot with toothpicks. Officially reviewed by the World Record Certification Agency (WRCA), the maximum diameter of the teapot is 30.5 mm and the height is 23.5 mm, confirmed as "the world's smallest toothpick-made teapot".

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Most academic computer ...

Professor of Computer Science, Ajit Singh, set the world record by publishing 18 computer science books for academic use on undergraduate and postgraduate courses. 

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Most wushu-themed poem...

Li Xinhong from Hebei, China, wrote a total of 1,086 poems on the theme of Chinese martial arts. Officially verified by the World Record Certification Agency (WRCA), Li Xinhong has successfully set the world record of "the most wushu-themed poems written". 

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Most first places won i...

Liu Lianjun from Hebei, China, participated in wushu competitions with 24 different wushu styles and weapons and won a total of 101 first places. Officially verified by the World Record Certification Agency (WRCA), Liu Lianjun has successfully set the world record of "the most first places won in wushu competitions by using different wushu styles and weapons". 

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The longest heavy colo...

The heavy color Chinese painting scroll depicting the Rosa chinensis, created by Wang Zhiqiang (Xixia County, Henan Province, China), has a length of 107.97 meters and a width of 1.8 meters. Certified by the World Record Certification Agency, the work has been recognized as the world's longest heavy color Chinese painting scroll depicting the Rosa chinensis. 

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Most snails collected i...

Maurizo Paschetta set the world record for collecting snails on the 24th April 2018, in Saluzzo, Italy, by collecting 1086 snails in one hour.

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