"Memories of Nepal" Nepal by kenHuocj

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The 2015 Earthquake

Mother Earth is pent up
With the huge earthquake last week, the loss of lives and media coverage,
I am one of those dithering about what one must do.

From our Forum This is a link of efore and after
And another sent to me from my 93 years young Father in Law
in Chinese with photos
Plus another from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Meegwetch ~ Quis et Deus

It's a long time back, but memories remain vivid and fresh

I remember reading about them in the newspapers

Sherpa Tenzing scaled the 29,028 ft peak with Hillary on May 29, 1953, just days before the Queen's coronation.

>>Everest hero 'unfairly treated'
The grandson of Sherpa Tenzing Norgay, Tashi Tenzing said:
"My grandfather did not get the recognition he deserved.
"He should have been knighted by the Queen for the achievement, along with Hillary and Hunt,
"It was not fair. If the Queen had knighted my grandfather it would have been a nice gesture.
"Without him, Hillary would never have reached the summit."
souce : http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/england/london/2936668.stm

>>Hillary laments Everest changes
The first man to conquer Everest 50 years ago has said many modern climbers do not subscribe to the true philosophy of mountaineering.
Speaking to the BBC, Sir Edmund Hillary criticised many commercial climbers today who pay large sums of money to be helped to the top of the world's highest peak.
source : http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/2938596.stm

Everest Golden Jubilee

A week long Celebration in Katmandhu

and 29th May marks the 50th anniversary of the first successful ascent of Mount Everest by Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay.
Sir Chris Bonington, will be taking your questions in a special phone-in programme broadcast on BBC News Online and BBC World Service. log onto www.bbc.com
and have you read the book on his climb, i have ;-)))

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  • In a nutshell:a small country with huge mountains created by continental shifts
  • Last visit to Nepal: Sep 1975
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