PUMA have climbed Mt.Cho Oyu in order to celebrate the 100th anniversary of their
mother university - Peking University. The team departed from Beijing on March 20 and
entered Tibet along the Qinghai-Tibet Highway. On Apr 21, Tang Yuanxin (Gula), Zhang Chunbai
and Gao Yonghong succeeded in hitting the summit of Cho Oyu. This 8201 meter peak is the sixth
highest mountain in the world. Two girls from PKU joined the expedition.
Tang is a master graduate from the department of City Environment Engineering and his major is
glaciology. He has a more than seven-year climbing experience and was honored with National Grade-A
Mountaineer after he went off the summit of Mt.Muztaga, a 7546-meter snow mountain in Xinjiang of
China. The other two cool men, Zhang and Gao, are both Grade 95 and this was the third time for them
to climbing a snow mountain. They attended Mt.Anemaqing Exp. in 1996 and Mt.Yuzhu Exp. in 1997.
More details will be get when they come back from Tibet.
PUMA will Climb Mt.Qumogangri this Summer
As a regular climbing activity,PUMA put its eyesight to Tibet this year and select Mt.Qumogangri as
the target for summer expedition. P&G China generously sponsored
the activity the fifth time.