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People in China struggle to climb 6,660 steps with ‘jiggly’ legs; video viral

NEW DELHI: A video from China has gone viral on X showing people struggling to climb up 7,200 stairs with “jiggly” legs to reach Mount Tai, the sacred mountain of the country.
Many of them are seen holding sticks as their legs shake from climbing thousands of steps. Many people quivered in weariness as the climb tested their muscles to the limit.
The monument officially has 6,660 steps.

“I didn’t know it could be so jiggly,” a user commented on X.
“Her legs are shaking and I’m laughing”, said another referring to a woman in the video.
According to the Unesco World Heritage Convention, Taishan has been revered consistently for the past three millennia. It is a massive stone pile spanning 25,000 hectares and rises 1,545 metres above the surrounding plateau.
The primary monument, the Temple of the God of Taishan, houses a Taoist masterpiece painting from 1,009 AD.
Inscriptions include the Han Dynasty stelae of Zhang Qian, Heng Fang, and Madam Jin Sun; the Valley of engraved Buddhist Scriptures engraved in the Northern Qi Dynasty; Tang Xuanzong’s Eulogium on Taishan; and the Tang Dynasty Parallel Stelae.

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