The world’s first successful ascent of Mount Qomolangma women died at the age of 77 – Interna ddrtys

The world’s first successful ascent of Mount Qomolangma women died at the age of 77   – International – people.com.cn picture: Tabei Junko, according to foreign media reports, local time on the morning of 20, the world’s first successful ascent of Mount Qomolangma Japan Women’s Tabei Junko, because in the peritoneal cancer Saitama County Hospital died at the age of 77. According to reports, Tabei Junko was born in Fukushima Prefecture, and graduated from the Showa women’s university. In May 1975, the then 35 year old Tabei Junko in Japan Women’s team captain and vice captain to climb from the southern slope, successfully boarded the Mount Qomolangma, to become the world’s first success of this pioneering work of women. In the 12 days before the summit, she in the mountain way avalanche, buried in the snow, a wizard dug her up, she continued to climb. In addition, petite, height of 1.5 meters but in 1992 Tabei Junko became the first woman to climb the seven summits. Tabei Junko’s family said she suffered from peritoneal cancer has been four years, died in October 20th in Saitama Prefecture hospital. In 2012, Tabei Junko said in an interview that she was proud of people’s views on their mountaineering. She said: "in Japan in 1970s, it is generally believed that men go out to work, women should stay at home", "even those people who are working women, only for others to pour out the tea, the woman promotion at work is unthinkable." (commissioning editor: Li Xuefeng (Intern), Xiao Hong)相关的主题文章: