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Peking University, Dec. 24, 2010: It was in summer, 2002. In Shishapangma, the 14th highest mountain in the world, Li Lan's fellows, five climbers from the Mountaineering Association of Peking University (MAPKU) died in an avalanche when attempting to scale Shishapangma.

 

Seven years later, Li decided to reclimb Shishapangma to commemorate her teammates. This is her story of commemorizing for forgetting.

 

 

Video: Feng Xin

 

 

Related Story: Tragedy continues to haunt

 

 

Reported by: Feng Xin, Zhang Xiao, and He Dan

Edited by: Jacques

Source: Chinadaily.com.cn