Hong Kong wheelchair climber Lai Chi-wai said he has had to use visualisation to train for his attempt on Nina Tower. Photo: Nora Tam Hong Kong wheelchair climber Lai Chi-wai said he has had to use visualisation to train for his attempt on Nina Tower. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong wheelchair climber Lai Chi-wai said he has had to use visualisation to train for his attempt on Nina Tower. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong wheelchair climber Lai Chi-wai ready to summit Nina Tower skyscraper

  • The 38-year-old Lai Chi-wai will attempt to climb 320-metre Nina Tower in Tsuen Wan, using only his upper body strength
  • The challenge will be fundraiser for spinal cord patients to utilise exoskeletons, with target of HK$3 million

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Hong Kong wheelchair climber Lai Chi-wai said he has had to use visualisation to train for his attempt on Nina Tower. Photo: Nora Tam Hong Kong wheelchair climber Lai Chi-wai said he has had to use visualisation to train for his attempt on Nina Tower. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong wheelchair climber Lai Chi-wai said he has had to use visualisation to train for his attempt on Nina Tower. Photo: Nora Tam
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