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17-year-old boy playing extreme sports and falling to his death, Feiyue Road enthusiasts launch crowdfunding

2022-08-16T05:40:43.501Z

17-year-old Form 5 male student Yang Kaijie (Jay Tsai) fell off the building and died on the platform when he and his friends went to the rooftop of a building in Tsim Sha Tsui to practice the extreme sports "Flying Road" on Monday (15th). The "Flying Road" circle is closely related, and the whole Hong Kong



17-year-old Form 5 male student Yang Kaijie (Jay Tsai) fell off the building and died on the platform when he and his friends went to the rooftop of a building in Tsim Sha Tsui to practice the extreme sports "Flying Road" on Monday (15th).

The "Feiyue Road" circle is closely related, and the number of people involved in the exercise in Hong Kong is less than 100.

A group of Hong Kong Feiyue Dao practitioners learned that Jay Tsai's family is in financial difficulties, so they launched crowdfunding to raise funeral expenses, hoping to relieve their urgent needs.


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The Hong Kong Feiyue Road team "Gravity Workshop", on behalf of a group of Hong Kong Feiyue Road practitioners, took the initiative to contact Jay's family. Knowing that the family members had financial difficulties and urgently needed to raise funeral expenses, they launched crowdfunding.

"Gravity Workshop" provides "FPS" for enthusiastic citizens to donate, and the money raised will be transferred to the family's bank account.

A Feiyue Dao fan who knows Jie Zai said that Jie Zai has been active in the circle for about 3 to 4 years, describing him as "smart, the fancy moves he does are very avant-garde, very new, and he is sure (of movements), and no one can do it. Action." Since there are only a hundred people in the "Flying Road" circle in Hong Kong, and fans know each other, he pointed out that yesterday a friend and Jie Zai went to Tsim Sha Tsui for training and witnessed the tragic situation, and the whole circle needs time to calm down.

Jay is the only son in the family. Friends said frankly that after the incident, Jay's family "has a bad impression of sports". Apart from financial support, they are unable to care about the emotional needs of the family. I hope that other enthusiastic people will lend a helping hand.

Regarding the doubts about the Feiyue Dao exercise in the market, he said that "different sports have risks, no matter if you are injured or otherwise, you will have to take it if you like it", but stressed that "sky jumping is only one part of the exercise, not the whole exercise." Regular practice is more than ground training such as parks, which can effectively improve psychological quality and observation power, and overcome fear.

He is convinced of the value of Feiyue Dao and will continue to promote the sport after the team calms down.

The incident happened at about 3 pm yesterday (15th), the police received a report from a low-rise resident of Huayuan Building, No. 36 to 50, Lok Road, saying that a man fell from a height and was lying on the platform off the building, dying. .

After the ambulance arrived at the scene for inspection, it was confirmed that the male victim had died on the spot and did not need to be sent to the hospital.

Investigations believe that the 17-year-old deceased, surnamed Yang, was a Form 5 student. Earlier, he and several friends were playing the extreme sports "Flying Road" on the rooftop. During the jump between rooftop buildings, he accidentally fell to his death.

The Hong Kong Feiyue Road team "Gravity Workshop", on behalf of a group of Hong Kong Feiyue Road practitioners, took the initiative to contact Jay's family. Knowing that the family members had financial difficulties and urgently needed to raise funeral expenses, they launched crowdfunding.

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Source: hk1

All news articles on 2022-08-16

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