World’s Top 6 Youngest
The world is always fascinated when young people do astonishing things. There will always be some fame around youngest college students, youngest kids with highest IQ, youngest parents or grandparents and so on. Perhaps we are used seeing youngsters and children as people who still need to learn and experience life before they achieve something big in their lives. Well, it’s not always like that and these cases of “world’s youngest” are the biggest proof for that.
#1. World’s youngest grandmother
This Romanian housewife is only 28 years old, but it is believed that she is the world’s youngest grandmother. The British tabloid The Sun reports that Rifca Stanescu had her first child, a daughter named Maria, at the age of 12. Even though the young mother was trying to teach her daughter not to repeat her mistakes, Maria repeated family history when she was only 11 and gave birth to a son, Ion. Stanescu was only 23 when she became a grandmother. The young grandmother has mixed feelings about the whole thing because she’s happy about her grandson yet she wished something more for her young daughter than becoming a mother at such young age.
#2. World’s youngest yoga teacher
Shruti Pandey became a yoga teacher when she was only six years old. The bendy kid has been teaching adults at an ashram, in northern India, for couple of years, after her trainer, Hari Chetan (67) who is also a yoga teacher for over 35 years, have noticed her talent. Now the girl starts her classes at 5:30 am every morning, at Brahmanand Saraswati Dham, in the Jhunsi town, dressed in white leggings and a red t-shirt surrounded by 30 eager pupils ranging from businessmen, teachers, housewives or pensioners. The girl likes what she is doing because she likes getting the attention and she likes being a teacher, she says.
#3. World’s youngest CEO
Sindhuja Rajaraman is a 14-year old girl who has become the world’s youngest Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The ninth standard student became the head of an animation firm, in October 2010, set up by her father. She was adjudged the fastest 2D and 3D animator by software lobby at the Gaming and Animation Conclave 2010 held in Hyderabad. The girl said that she is proud to be an animator and the CEO in the company even though she is on a high position and still learning animation because she believes there is more for her to study in order to give more as a CEO. “There is no age bar or age limit for animation. Everybody can do animation” the girl claims.
#4. World’s youngest surfer
Jaylan Amor started surfing the waves outside of Brisbane, Australia when he was only 2 years old, and has secured multiple endorsements from surf shops. His father taught him how to surf and isn’t worried if the kid falls in the water because the kid doesn’t panic and can swim just all right. Of course the father is always nearby to watch over the surfing toddler.
#5. World’s youngest tattoo artist
Now this is insane, you’d say and probably would never want to have a four-year-old doing a tattoo on you, right? Ruby Dickinson was only four years old when she started tattooing but she is already known as a tattoo artists – although the youngest one. At an age when most kids only think about playground swings and toys, Ruby takes tattoo at her dad’s tattoo shop. She also practices with a toy kit there and surprisingly she is quite good. Kids these days, right?
#6. World’s youngest IT Whizz
Marko Chalasan from Skopje, Macedonia, is known as the world’s youngest certified computer system administrator. He was only eight years old when the world recognized him as the youngest IT whizz. He could get a high-paying job, but he hasn’t yet completed third grade! Marko learned to read and write at the age of 2, was fluent in English by 4 and started working on computers immediately. The news of his extraordinary achievement turned him into a local celebrity and he even had an audience with the Macedonian Prime Minister, who presented him with an IT lab with 15 computers where he was able to practice on. His parents, who also are IT experts and run a computer school for children, are considering sending Marko abroad to a specialized institute of learning for gifted children because unfortunately there isn’t one in Macedonia. Marko passed Microsoft’s tests for IT professionals. He says he wants to create a new operational system for computers when he grows up.