The First Chinese Female Explorer to Trek to the Pole of Inaccessibility (POI) | Talks at Google
Johnny Exodice @EXODICE·
You know China is now official NEW Monetary System for all U.N. Citizens when Chinese are allowed into the U.N. Antarctica Treaty on our FLAT EARTH U.N. World Domination map by all these Traitors doing SEDITION in our U.S. Military of the U.N. @QBALL
Jing Feng shares her amazing stories of self-transformation through constant perseverance.
Jing is a 37 year-old Chinese explorer, who completed a trek on January 25, 2020 from the Antarctic coast to the Antarctic continent POI, or the Southern Pole of Inaccessibility— over 1,800 kilometers in 80 days. Her adventure was recently reported by CCTV and sports media.
Jing is from Beijing and graduated from the School of International Relations at Peking University. After working for a few years, she decided to leave a stable corporate life and became an independent global traveler and explorer. Before Antarctica, she had traveled to more than 130 countries and regions on other continents.
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