This is Pu Wei. He is an outdoor enthusiast, and the first Chinese man from Shaanxi Province to have conquered Mt. Everest.
Here he is seen with his eight-year-old son, nicknamed Dou Ge.
Recently, Pu left his home with his son and embarked on a week-long, 600km backpacking journey with only RM60 to get by
He wanted to teach his son about the hardships of life. Pu planned for the week-long journey for a year. This journey took them across northern China, and along the way the son learned some of the most valuable life lessons in kindness and humility.
The father and son duo also relied on the kindness of many strangers who were kind enough to offer them food and free rides
While it may sound like a fun week-long adventure trip, it wasn't entirely as such.
After reaching the remote region of Liupan Shan, about half way into their journey, the father and son were struggling to find somewhere to camp for the night.
They had to explain and persuade a local family there in order for the family to let them allow to stay for the night.
Both of them experienced kindness from total strangers. There were many who gave them lifts and offered to pay for their food.
Two brothers were even kind enough to offer rides twice. To thank them for their efforts, Pu and his son bought them lunch, which ate up a huge chunk of their budget.
The father, who had assured Chinese media about his son's enthusiasm regarding the adventurous journey, kept people updated on their journey's whereabouts using his Weibo account
While speaking about his son, Pu Wei said, "Dou Ge is naturally curious, and every day during this trip, whenever I see how excited he is to discover new things, it pushes me forward to go on with the trip."
"This father-son holiday belongs to us. It's the first time we've traveled so far and we've learnt love, self-belief, bravery, strength and gratefulness along the way," he added.
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