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The world's oldest living man is 112. His secret is to just keep smiling and never get angry
by David Williams, CNN
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14 February 2020
On 14 February 2020 CNN reported:
Chitetsu Watanabe turns 113 next month, but he got an early birthday present from Guinness World Records, which confirmed that he is the world's oldest living man. He was presented with a certificate on Wednesday [12 February] at the nursing home where he lives in Niigata, Japan -- he's 112 Years, 344 days old ... In an interview last year, Watanabe said his secret to longevity is 'not to get angry and keep a smile on your face.'
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