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Wu Yongning, 26, had fallen to his death while recording a stunt atop the Huayuan International Centre in Changsha, capital of Hunan Province in Central China. Jump directly to the content.
Wu Yongning, 26, known as “China’s first rooftopper” .He was doing pull-ups at the top of the 62-story Huayuan International Centre in Changsha when he lost his grip.
Wu Yongning, 26, was performing a pull-up stunt at the Huayuan International Centre in Changsa, in central China, when he lost his grip and plummeted to his death. Seconds before he fell, the daredevil appeared to struggle to pull himself back up and rapidly swung his legs around in a desperate bid to find a point to grip onto.
Daredevil falls to death after filming self atop 62-story skyscraper in China. Wu Yongning, known for his "rooftopping" stunts on social media, reportedly planned to propose to his girlfriend the ...
A recent Beijing News investigation found that Mr Wu had posted more than 500 short videos and livestreams on Huoshan, garnering a million fans and earning at least 550,000 yuan (£62,000; $83,000).
RIP According to Chinese media, his goal was to “take on the world’s high-rise buildings without any protection”. The rooftopping challenge had come with 100...
According to Shanghaiist, Yong Ning, whose full name is believed to be Wu Yongning, claimed the title of 'China's first rooftopper'.
Wu Yong is a fictional character in Water Margin, one of the Four Great Classical Novels in Chinese literature.Nicknamed "Knowledgeable Star", he ranks 3rd among the 36 Heavenly Spirits, the first third of the 108 Stars of Destiny
News > World > Asia Wu Yongning: Chinese 'rooftopper' and social media star dies in fall from 62-storey building. The 26-year-old died falling from the tower while trying to win a competition to ...