Urban Climb 300M+:Pioneering wheelchair climbing at Nina Tower

06 January 2021

[Event update] Wheelchair climber Lai Chi-wai has confirmed to schedule his unprecedented challenge “Urban Climb 300M+” at Nina Tower for 16 Jan (Sat). Meanwhile, the donation period has been extended to 6 Feb (Sat). Please stay tuned to the event’s live streaming on our Facebook page starting around 9:30am that day and render your support for this charitable initiative!


Chinachem Group is backing an initiative to raise funds for patients with spinal cord injuries. By taking the Lead Partner role, the Group has given support for a feat of extraordinary human determination on 9 January 2021 - wheelchair climber, Lai Chi-wai, will scale the Group’s landmark headquarters building, the 300-metre Nina Tower, by hauling himself up purely through his upper body strength. The Group will take the opportunity to mount fund-raising initiatives in support of Lai’s chosen charity, the University of Hong Kong’s “Get Up and Walk Campaign”.


Donate now

The Group has pledged to make matching donations for all those received and the donation amount made by the Group could reach up to HK$3,000,000 in total. Join us to support this meaningful event!


Donate Now: https://www.sci.ortho.hku.hk/urban-climb-300 


Event details

Date: 9 January 2021 (Saturday)

Time: Starting from 9:30am

Venue: Nina Tower, 8 Yeung Uk Road, Tsuen Wan



About “Get Up and Walk Campaign”

The "Get up and Walk Campaign" is an HKU O&T initiative to support the recovery of spinal cord injury (SCI) patients through basic research, clinical services, rehabilitation programs, and community redevelopment projects. Through pilot programs supported by this campaign, the HKU O&T spinal cord rehabilitation team has performed Hong Kong's first 2 diaphragmatic pacemaker insertions and also conducted approximately 1000 sessions of exoskeleton training for paraplegics in Hong Kong. HKU O&T partners with Hospital Authority doctors, NGOs and charitable bodies in order to deliver services that optimise rehabilitation strategies and promote community reintegration for SCI patients in Hong Kong.




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