Map showing the location where Xu Jing
said he saw a body in 1960. ©EverestNews.com
“In my 18
years in the climbing team, I climbed Everest six or seven times. But I never
reached the peak for different reasons. It is a great pity for me. I faced
death for no less than ten times. But I don’t think that forges my personality
to any degree. In those years everyone was a firm Communist.”
Mr. Liu Lianman in an exclusive interview with EverestNews.com.
Research on last year's findings from our Mallory and Irvine
expedition continues. Research into what all the Chinese found in 1960, 1975
and other years continue as well. More on what Mr. Liu Lianman (Chinese Everest expedition member)
told us later. Research into what other climbers have found over the years and
removed from the mountain is also developing.
While some think they have all the answers, we think there
is still much to learn. The work continues. It is slow, takes a great deal of
time, and costs money. But when we are completed, the history of the Chinese
Everest expeditions as published in the west (America) will be rewritten,
correctly this time. Time will tell if the history of George and Sandy will be
With our kindest regards and thanks, The Staff at
We return to Mount Everest in search of an answer.
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