Ada Tsang Yin-hung, who four years ago became the first Hong Kong woman to conquere the world’s highest peak, has now broken the record for the fastest ascent by a woman. Photo: Handout Ada Tsang Yin-hung, who four years ago became the first Hong Kong woman to conquere the world’s highest peak, has now broken the record for the fastest ascent by a woman. Photo: Handout
Ada Tsang Yin-hung, who four years ago became the first Hong Kong woman to conquere the world’s highest peak, has now broken the record for the fastest ascent by a woman. Photo: Handout
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Everest feat serves as an inspiration to all

  • A Hong Kong climber is believed to have made the fastest ascent of the world’s highest peak by a woman and given the city reason to look beyond the gloom of the Covid-19 pandemic

Ada Tsang Yin-hung, who four years ago became the first Hong Kong woman to conquere the world’s highest peak, has now broken the record for the fastest ascent by a woman. Photo: Handout Ada Tsang Yin-hung, who four years ago became the first Hong Kong woman to conquere the world’s highest peak, has now broken the record for the fastest ascent by a woman. Photo: Handout
Ada Tsang Yin-hung, who four years ago became the first Hong Kong woman to conquere the world’s highest peak, has now broken the record for the fastest ascent by a woman. Photo: Handout
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