Recently, Ken Tanaka of Japan has been officially confirmed as the oldest surviving person on March 9, 2019, 116 years and 66 days. One is, we ourselves, guess that if we cross the age of 50 then there will be a lot. It is not wrong to think, however, because in today’s race, life usually lives only between 80 and 90 years. Today, we are going to tell you about a man who was alive not 100-200, but till 256 years of age.
Their name is Lee Ching Yue. Historians say that Li Ching was born on May 3, 1677, in Kijiang district of China, while others claim that he was born in 1736. He died on 6 May 1933. In 1928, a New York Times reporter wrote that many elderly people living in the neighborhood of Lee said that when his grandfather was a child, he knew Li Ching, he was an old man at that time also .
According to a news published in the ‘New York Times’ in 1930, Professor Wu Chung-Cheeh of Chengdu University of China had given his greetings to Li Ching in his 150th anniversary in 1827, while on his 200th anniversary in 1877.
Lee Ching was a prominent Chinese herbalist, martial artist and consultant, who is known to be alive to the highest age. Li Ching started doing business of herbal medicines at the age of 10. He was also well-versed in martial arts as well as herbal. Lee joined the Chinese army as a martial arts trainer at the age of 71. It is said that Lee Ching had 24 marriages, with whom he had more than 200 children.
It is also said that Li Ching collects herbs like Lingji, Goji Beri, Jeanseng, Wu and Godu Cola for the first 100 years of her life and sold them. He spent the next 40 years of his life with the help of herbs only. He used to take many types of herbs as well as drinks made of rice as food.
The secret behind Lee Ching’s long life is that he used to sleep, like a dove, without laziness, used to sit comfortably as a turtle and kept his heart calm. Lee Ching’s life was a great exercise of exercise and diet. They considered the peace of mind and tan as the greatest reason for living longer life.