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Paraplegic man scales skyscraper
  • Lai Chi-wai, a paraplegic climber, attempts to climb the 320-metre tall Nina Tower using only his upper body strength, in Hong Kong, China January 16, 2021. On this attempt, Lai completed 250-meters (75/f), as he faced strong winds. Picture taken January 16, 2021. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
  • Lai Chi-wai, a paraplegic climber, attempts to climb the 320-metre tall Nina Tower using only his upper body strength, in Hong Kong, China January 16, 2021. On this attempt, Lai completed 250-meters (75/f), as he faced strong winds. Picture taken January 16, 2021. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
  • Lai Chi-wai, a paraplegic climber, attempts to climb the 320-metre tall Nina Tower using only his upper body strength, in Hong Kong, China January 16, 2021. On this attempt, Lai completed 250-meters (75/f), as he faced strong winds. Picture taken January 16, 2021. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
  • Lai Chi-wai, a paraplegic climber, attempts to climb the 320-metre tall Nina Tower using only his upper body strength, in Hong Kong, China January 16, 2021. On this attempt, Lai completed 250-meters (75/f), as he faced strong winds. Picture taken January 16, 2021. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
  • Lai Chi-wai, a paraplegic climber, attempts to climb the 320-metre tall Nina Tower using only his upper body strength, in Hong Kong, China January 16, 2021. On this attempt, Lai completed 250-meters (75/f), as he faced strong winds. Picture taken January 16, 2021. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
  • Lai Chi-wai, a paraplegic climber, attends a training session, ahead of his attempt to climb the 320-metre tall Nina Tower using only his upper body strength, in Hong Kong, China December 29, 2020. Picture taken December 29, 2020. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
  • Lai Chi-wai, a paraplegic climber, attempts to climb the 320-metre tall Nina Tower using only his upper body strength, in Hong Kong, China January 16, 2021. On this attempt, Lai completed 250-meters (75/f), as he faced strong winds. Picture taken January 16, 2021. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
  • HONG KONG, CHINA - JANUARY 16: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Wheelchair Climber Lai Chi-wai completes 250-meter (75/f) out of 320-meter during his attempt to climb the 89-storey Nina Tower in Tsuen Wan by using only his upper body strength. The challenge raised over HK$5 million for spinal cord patients to utilize exoskeletons on January 16, 2021 at Nina Tower skyscraper, in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, China. (Photo by Lampson Yip - Clicks Images/Getty Images)
  • HONG KONG, CHINA - JANUARY 16: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Wheelchair Climber Lai Chi-wai reacts during the press conference after he completes 250-meter (75/f) out of 320-meter during his attempt to climb the 89-storey Nina Tower in Tsuen Wan by using only his upper body strength. The challenge raised over HK$5 million for spinal cord patients to utilize exoskeletons on January 16, 2021 at Nina Tower skyscraper, in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, China. (Photo by Lampson Yip - Clicks Images/Getty Images)
  • HONG KONG, CHINA - JANUARY 16: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Wheelchair Climber Lai Chi-wai talking to the press after he completes 250-meter (75/f) out of 320-meter during his attempt to climb the 89-storey Nina Tower in Tsuen Wan by using only his upper body strength. The challenge raised over HK$5 million for spinal cord patients to utilize exoskeletons on January 16, 2021 at Nina Tower skyscraper, in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, China. (Photo by Lampson Yip - Clicks Images/Getty Images)
  • HONG KONG, CHINA - JANUARY 16: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Wheelchair Climber Lai Chi-wai taking selfies with the public when he completes 250-meter (75/f) out of 320-meter during his attempt to climb the 89-storey Nina Tower in Tsuen Wan by using only his upper body strength. The challenge raised over HK$5 million for spinal cord patients to utilize exoskeletons on January 16, 2021 at Nina Tower skyscraper, in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, China. (Photo by Lampson Yip - Clicks Images/Getty Images)
  • HONG KONG, CHINA - JANUARY 16: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) People look up as Wheelchair Climber Lai Chi-wai completes 250-meter (75/f) out of 320-meter during his attempt to climb the 89-storey Nina Tower in Tsuen Wan by using only his upper body strength. The challenge raised over HK$5 million for spinal cord patients to utilize exoskeletons on January 16, 2021 at Nina Tower skyscraper, in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, China. (Photo by Lampson Yip - Clicks Images/Getty Images)
  • HONG KONG, CHINA - JANUARY 16: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Wheelchair Climber Lai Chi-wai completes 250-meter (75/f) out of 320-meter during his attempt to climb the 89-storey Nina Tower in Tsuen Wan by using only his upper body strength. The challenge raised over HK$5 million for spinal cord patients to utilize exoskeletons on January 16, 2021 at Nina Tower skyscraper, in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, China. (Photo by Lampson Yip - Clicks Images/Getty Images)
  • HONG KONG, CHINA - JANUARY 16: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) Wheelchair Climber Lai Chi-wai completes 250-meter (75/f) out of 320-meter during his attempt to climb the 89-storey Nina Tower in Tsuen Wan by using only his upper body strength. The challenge raised over HK$5 million for spinal cord patients to utilize exoskeletons on January 16, 2021 at Nina Tower skyscraper, in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, China. (Photo by Lampson Yip - Clicks Images/Getty Images)