Malaysian climber Chin Wui Kin is transported from a helicopter at Medcity hospital in Nepal. Photo: EPA-EFE

Malaysian climber Chin Wui Kin dies after rescue from Nepal’s Mount Annapurna

  • The mountaineer succumbed in a hospital after he was airlifted at the weekend from Kathmandu where he was initially treated
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Malaysian climber Chin Wui Kin is transported from a helicopter at Medcity hospital in Nepal. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Chin Wui Kin on the second peak of Four Sisters Mountain in January. Photo: Chin Wui Kin via Facebook

No oxygen, no food, no water: ‘Miracle rescue’ for Singapore-based Malaysian climber Chin Wui Kin, who was stranded on Nepal’s Mount Annapurna for two days

  • Experienced mountaineer endured freezing conditions after being separated from group while descending from peak
  • Chin survived without supplies for more than 40 hours before being spotted by rescue helicopter
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Chin Wui Kin on the second peak of Four Sisters Mountain in January. Photo: Chin Wui Kin via Facebook
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