At 119 years old, Japan's Kane Tanaka is officially the oldest person in the world.
The supercentenarian has lived through both World War 1 and 2, and seen countless modern inventions, including the car radio, computers and electric cars.
Tanaka, who was born in 1903, celebrated her birthday on 2 January.
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While she's no longer able to speak, Tanaka uses gestures to communicate with relatives and staff at the nursing home where she lives in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan.
She loves chocolate and fizzy drinks, they say. To keep her mind alert, she also likes to solve number puzzles.
Tanaka has spent the past few years in the home. She's outlived her husband, Hideo Tanaka, whom she married at 19.
The couple went on to have five children and eight great-grandchildren, who often visit her.
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When she celebrated her milestone birthday, Tanaka indicated that she wants to extend her record by another year and live to 120.
Her family believes she can do it.
“I hope she remains healthy and has fun everyday as she grows older,” says her 62-year-old grandson Eiji.
Sources: theguardian.com, dailymail.co.uk, japantimes.co.jp