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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.

Watch as paraplegic climber Lai Chi-wai scales a Hong Kong skyscraper in his wheelchair – to raise more than $670,000 for spinal cord patients.

“It’s always been a dream.” Paraplegic climber Lai Chi-wai becomes the first person to scale a Hong Kong skyscraper in a wheelchair 👇

Hong Kong’s paraplegic climber Lai Chi-wai attempted to climb 320-meter tall Nina Tower using only his upper body strength via @reuterspictures 

From @reuterspictures : Lai Chi-wai, a paraplegic climber, attempts to climb the 320-meter tall Nina Tower in Hong Kong using only his upper body strength

From @reuterspictures : Lai Chi-wai, a paraplegic climber, attempts to climb the 320-meter tall Nina Tower in Hong Kong using only his upper body strength

Hong Kong’s paraplegic climber Lai Chi-wai attempted to climb 320-meter tall Nina Tower using only his upper body strength via @reuterspictures 

Lai Chi-wai, a paraplegic climber, attempted to climb Hong Kong’s 320-meter tall Nina Tower using only his upper body strength via @reuterspictures 

Lai Chi-wai, a paraplegic climber, attempted to climb Hong Kong’s 320-meter tall Nina Tower using only his upper body strength via @reuterspictures 

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

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Lai Chi-wai scaled a Hong Kong skyscraper in his wheelchair – raising more than $670,000 for spinal cord patients.

Lai Chi-wai becomes the first person to scale a Hong Kong skyscraper in a wheelchair.

Lai Chi-Wai, who became paralysed after a road accident, scales a Hong Kong skyscraper in his wheelchair to raise money for spinal cord patients

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

Lai Chi-wai was climbing a Hong Kong skyscraper in his wheelchair. When he reached 800 feet and gusts of wind grew stronger, he began to fear for his life and called off the ascent. It hardly made the feat any less impressive.

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 

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