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  Reporter on Top of Mt Everest March 18, 2006, Saturday: A Breathtaking Video Documentary & Slide Presentation


Nepal Seattle Society (NSS) presents a breathtaking video documentary "Reporter on Top" and Everest slide presentation of Mr. Ang Chhering Sherpa on March 18, 2006 at the Seattle Center - Lopez Room. Mr. Sherpa writes for the Kantipur National Daily of Nepal as a journalist and successfully climbed the highest peak of the world Mt. Everest on May 22, 2003. Please join us for this exciting evening with Mr. Ang Chhering Sherpa, the pride of Nepal and South Asian journalists. This event is co-hosted by Northwest Sherpa Association.

Mr. Ang Chhering Sherpa, the first ever South Asian journalist to reach a top the Everest.Mr. Ang Chhering Sherpa, the first ever South Asian journalist to reach a top the Everest.Mr. Ang Chhering Sherpa, the first ever South Asian journalist to reach a top the Everest.

Presentation by Mr. Ang Chhering Sherpa: 1 hour slide presentation and 30 minutes video documentary of The First Nepali Journalist Everest Expedition 2003 "Reporter on Top."

Venue: Lopez Room at Seattle Center Northwest Rooms, 305 Harrison St., Seattle, WA 98109. Located between Key Arena and QFC grocery store.

Time Schedule:  4:30pm: Entrance starts
                                5:00pm: Everest Slide Presentation
                                6:00pm: Reporter on Top

Entrance: $15 each -- cash or check accepted


Guest Speaker: Mr. Lakpa Rita Sherpa
Guest Speaker: Mr.
 Lakpa Rita Sherpa
Lakpa was born on 09/09/1966 in Thami village, Solukhumbu, Nepal. Now he lives in Seattle, Washington, USA with his family. He is a full time professional international mountaineering guide. He is the only Sherpa to guiding all over the world and trying to complete seven summits. Seven summit means the highest peak of all seven continents. Out of seven summit he has climbed four already which are Mt. Everest (Asia), McKinley (North America), Aconcagua (South America) and Vinson (Antarctica). He has three more to go and he is hoping to complete by next year. Lakpa Rita Shrepa's climbing history:
* Mt. Everest (Nepal, Asia) - 8 time summit.
* Mt. Cho Oyu (Nepal, Asia) - 4 time summit.
* Mt. Pumori and Ama Dablam (Nepal, Asia) - 1 summit each.
* Mt. McKinley (North America) - 2 time summit.
* Mt. Aconcagua (South America) - 12 time summit.
* Mt. Vinson (Antarctica) - 2 time summit.

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