Amputee now aims for Mt Everest

Picture of Melvin Tong climbing Mount Kinabalu five years ago. He is now attempting to reach the Everest Base Camp in Nepal. Pic courtesy of Melvin

PETALING JAYA: Five years after climbing Mount Kinabalu (pic), amputee Melvin Tong will now attempt to trek to the Mount Everest Base Camp.

He and 15 others will be trekking for a cause – in support of education for underprivileged children in Malaysia.

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