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Xie Shuilin, 53, a Chinese plastics-factory worker, won a prize for writing four speeches by Winston Churchill on a scrap of paper the size of a postage stamp, Reuter reports from Peking. The feat involved squeezing 11,840 letters on to a piece of paper only 3.5cm (1.3in) square.