Reaching impossible heights

China Daily | Updated: 2018-10-13 11:27
Xia Boyu climbs the incense burner peak in the Beijing Xiangshan Park.[Photo by Zhu Xingxin/China Daily]

Xia Boyu climbs the incense burner peak in the Beijing Xiangshan Park.

Xia Boyu, who climbed Qomolangma on his fifth attempt to become China's first leg amputee to conquer the world's highest mountain at 8,844 meters, refuses to give up

Since he conquered the summit of Qomolangma recently, the 69-year-old leg amputee, Xia Boyu, has become an inspirational figure for the Chinese public with his story of never giving up.

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