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Pictures || China … a young man with a wheelchair climbs a skyscraper

Lai Chi-wai, the wheelchair-bound young man climbing a skyscraper and the first man in Hong Kong, China, has become the first man to climb more than 250 meters from the front of a skyscraper, while he is strapped to a wheelchair.

In detail, it took Lay more than 10 hours to achieve this milestone, in order to fundraise for people with spinal cord injuries.

Lai, 37, who suffered a traffic accident 10 years ago that left him paralyzed, was unable to from reaching the top of the 300-meter-high Nina Tower on the Kowloon Peninsula.

“I was very scared,” Lai said. “When climbing a mountain, I can cling to rocks or small holes.” But with glass, I can only rely on the rope I’m hanging from. ”

The young Lai managed to collect 5.2 million yuan, which is the local currency used in China, “equivalent to 670,639 US dollars,” according to Reuters.

Before 2011, Lai was crowned a four-time Asian rock climbing champion

And ranked eighth in the world at one time.

After his accident, he resumed climbing with his wheelchair attached to a system that works with a set of pulleys.

And 5 years ago, he managed to climb Mount Leonrock, which is 495 meters high, a symbol in the folklore of perseverance.

The young Lai managed to collect 5.2 million yuan, which is the local currency used in China, “equivalent to 670,639 US dollars,” according to Reuters.

Before 2011, Lai was crowned a four-time Asian rock climbing champion

And ranked eighth in the world at one time.

After his accident, he resumed climbing with his wheelchair attached to a system that works with a set of pulleys.

And 5 years ago, he managed to climb Mount Leonrock, which is 495 meters high, a symbol in the folklore of perseverance.

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