“China’s ‘Glacier Bro’ presumed dead”
A popular Chinese social media influencer and environmentalist dubbed “Glacier Bro” is presumed dead after falling into icy waters in Tibet.
Wang Xiangjun Dead;
His family confirmed that he lost his life in Tibet, where he went to examine the famous “phenomenon” glaciers, which are also strict followers of Instagram and Youtube channels. The country is in mourning for this environmentalist young man at the age of 30.
Chinese social media phenomenon and environmentalist Wang Xiangjun, nicknamed ‘Glacier Bro’, was reported to have fallen to death while climbing a glacial waterfall in Tibet. Xiangjun was known as an environmentalist exploring glaciers and shooting.
A source of the latest videos of the phenomenon youtube.
Wang Xangjun https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jbHo0LqVY0 A source of the latest videos of the phenomenon youtube
Chinese social media phenomenon and environmentalist Wang Xiangjun, nicknamed Glacier Bro, who disappeared while investigating a glacial waterfall in Tibet on December 20, announced the death of the famous phenomenon in a statement made on his social media account. Xiangjun’s brother confirmed the death with a statement he made on social media.
It was reported that 30-year-old Wang Xiangjun climbed a glacial waterfall in Lhari county in northern Tibet and had an accident during that time.
It was stated that the authorities were looking for Wang Xiangjun’s lifeless body.
Life and school years;
Born into a family in the Sichuan countryside, Wang became interested in glaciers after seeing a tourist advertisement featuring the image of a snow-covered mountain.
The glacier hunter has photographed more than 70 glaciers in the past seven years. Xiangjun was invited to UN Climate Change Conference COP 25 as a guest speaker in December 2019.
The glacier hunter, whose mission is to raise awareness about climate change and global warming in China and the world, said in a statement, “Almost all of the glaciers I visited looked different from the photos on my phone. You have to stand in front of them to understand how fast the glaciers are melting.”