Rubik’s cube is a 3-dimensional combination puzzle invented in 1974 by Hungarian sculptor and professor of architecture Erno Rubik. Ever since it was invented, the puzzle has transcended from one generation to another simply because its idea of the game is timeless.
There are some people who struggle to complete even just one face of the puzzle while there are also others who are really fast in solving the cube. In fact, there are even others who can solve the puzzle in just seconds!
There has also been various innovations made to the common 6-faced Rubik’s cube. There are now many kinds of cube which comes in various shapes and sizes.
This time however, a kid from China just made an amazing innovation to the perhaps usual way of playing and solving the Rubik’s cube puzzle – that includes, juggling while working on not just one but three Rubik’s cubes at the same time!
13-year-old Que Jianyu from Fujian in China reportedly trained for two long years before attempting this mind-boggling Rubik’s cube juggling record on the stage of Zhejiang TV’s show called iDream.
During the show, Jianyu performed his act in front of a crowd inside a studio. As he was concentrating on doing his task, the people in the studio were also speechless as they were left dumbfounded with what they are seeing.
Que Jianyu now holds the Guinness World Record for the fastest time to solve three Rubik’s cube puzzle while juggling. He finished off the act in just 5 minutes and 6.61 seconds.
Kudos to Jianyu for doing such an amazing job!
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