Watch as Lai Chi-wai becomes the first person to scale a Hong Kong skyscraper in a wheelchair – and raises over $670,000 for spinal cord patients.
From @reuterspictures : Lai Chi-wai, a paraplegic climber, attempts to climb Hong Kong’s 320-meter tall Nina Tower using only his upper body strength. On this attempt, Lai completed 250 meters as he faced strong winds
Lai Chi-wai became the first man in Hong Kong to climb more than 250 meters of a skyscraper while strapped into a wheelchair and raised more than $670,000 for spinal cord patients
LOOK: Paraplegic climber Lai Chi-wai attempted to climb the Nina Tower in Hong Kong using only his upper body strength to raise HK$5.2 million ($670,639) for spinal cord patients. | via Tyrone Siu, @Reuters