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World's tallest man to become a father

2008-09-27 09:58:44 GMT2008-09-27 17:58:44 (Beijing Time) China Daily

The world's tallest person, 2.36m-tall Bao Xishun (R) of China and his pregant wife Xia Shujuan are seen at their home in Zunhua, north China's Hebei province on September 26, 2008. The couple got married last year, and Xia Shujuan is pregnant now and is expected to give birth around the upcoming national holiday. [Asianewsphoto]

2.36m-tall Bao Xishun (L) and his pregant wife Xia Shujuan are seen at their home in Zunhua, north China's Hebei province on September 26, 2008. The couple got married last year, and Xia Shujuan is pregnant now and is expected to give birth around the upcoming national holiday. [Asianewsphoto]

Xia Shujuan, the pregant wife of 2.36m-tall Bao Xishun, is seen at their home in Zunhua, north China's Hebei province on September 26, 2008. The couple got married last year, and Xia Shujuan is pregnant now and is expected to give birth around the upcoming national holiday. [Asianewsphoto]

2.36m-tall Bao Xishun (L) and his pregant wife Xia Shujuan are seen at their home in Zunhua, north China's Hebei province on September 26, 2008. The couple got married last year, and Xia Shujuan is pregnant now and is expected to give birth around the upcoming national holiday. [Asianewsphoto]

Chinese Bao Xishun, 2.36m tall, is seen at their home in Zunhua, north China's Hebei province on September 26, 2008. The couple got married last year, and Xia Shujuan is pregnant now and is expected to give birth around the upcoming national holiday. [Asianewsphoto]

The world's tallest person, 2.36m-tall Bao Xishun of China and his pregant wife Xia Shujuan are seen at their home in Zunhua, north China's Hebei province on September 26, 2008. The couple got married last year, and Xia Shujuan is pregnant now and is expected to give birth around the upcoming national holiday.

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