Wui Chin Dies after Rescued from Annapurna


  • Tej Pant

It is again sad news that the Malaysian climber who had summit on mt. Annapurna I (8091m), just died in Singapore hospital. The severe frostbite and further stress of the stay for more than 40 hours at an altitude of 7,500 meters were in the end too much for his body. According to consistent reports, Wui Kin Chin died in a hospital in Singapore. The mountaineer from Malaysia was 49 years old. Dr Chin Wui Kin, was stranded on Nepal's Mount Annapurna for two nights. He had summited the mountain but failed to return to the nearest camp. We Asian Expedition extend our deep sympathy and condolence to his family and rest in peace in departed soul.

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