Everyone in the world wishes to live a long life and be immortal. Indeed, we can discover multiple debates, tales, and stories on the subjects that have to do with the long life of the people of the past ages, and people never seem to get tired of them.
Li Ching-Yuen (also known as Li Ching-Yun), a Chinese native who suddenly appeared in American media in the 1920s, followed by allegations that he was born in either 1677 or 1736, when he died in 1933, was one of the more extraordinary cases of human longevity in contemporary times.
Li Ching-Yuen, also known as Li Ching-Yun, was a Chinese healer, martial artist, and strategic counsel who lived an incredibly long life. He alleged to have been born in 1736, while contradictory documents show he was born in 1677, giving 197 and 256-year age at death, which is between.
Li is said to have had a huge number of 24 wives and 200 children. According to old timers in his community, he had become a fully grown adult when they were still incredibly young, according to a New York Times report. He outlived all human expectancies and ended up living more than 200 years old.
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