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[Official] Youngest Rubik's Cube Solver: Ruxin Liu, 3years 118days 1:39.33-single

hubingjushi

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Ruxin Liu, female, from Shandong, China.

Became the youngest rubik's cube solver (in WCA official competition).
when she was 3 years and 118 days (3.3 years old).

April 14, 2013 Weifang Open 2013.

69th place in First round
Best:1:39.33
Average:1:53.69
2:03.00 1:41.24 1:39.33 2:44.46 1:56.82

And now the youngest solver top 10, 7 are Asian, 6 of them from China.:p:p


Congratulation!
 
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KongShou

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many chinese children don't wanna learn some skills but their parents forcibly make them do.i think most of chinese parents cannot learn to respect their kids' dream etc.
True. My parent kind of forced me to learn many things. I didnt like it at the time. But now im grown up i am VERY thankful for them teaching me those things. It made me a better person. I am now better than all my friends at pretty much everything. i am VERY thankful.
 

Stefan

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many chinese children don't wanna learn some skills but their parents forcibly make them do.i think most of chinese parents cannot learn to respect their kids' dream etc.
If I understand you correctly, the kids' dream is to not learn skills?

You won't give credit to the boy because he is Asian?
How do you go from "female" and "she" to "boy" and "he"?
 

Owen

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Wow, I've been cubing longer than this individual has been alive.
 
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