May 14, 2011, Challenges of extreme suffocation will be held in Zhangjiajie Baofeng Lake Scenic Area.The world’s two original, one from Denmark Stig Avall Severinsen and one from Italy David Merlini.
Guinness World Record for underwater on extreme suffocation,Sewolinsen and David • MoLini, One is the creator and the other is to break those.Their results were 20 minutes 10 seconds and 21 minutes and 29 seconds.
We look forward to the event together……
Baofeng Lake is a veritable place of graceful mountains and charming waterway and for all the kind ,good gracious and wise people. Baofeng Lake .is such a paradise that you would like to visit again and again, whether you have been here or not. Located in the high gorges, a body of crystalline and calm water is surrounded by the emerald mountains. The lake is situated part way up the mountain range, 85 meters above the ground, and attains an altitude of 585 meters. Because of its association with the Baofeng Mountain Range, the lake bears the name of Baofeng. With an average depth of 72 meters, Baofeng Lake covers an area of 15 hectares, and can hold 6 million cubic meters of water at full capacity. This water is produced by rainfall, mountain springs and underground streams, and .stays emerald all year around, so it is reputed as Paradise in the Human World. Beautiful scenery in this area include: Baofeng Waterfall, Stone Gate Welcoming Guests, Peacock Displaying Colorful Tail, and Golden Toad Biting the Moon, Fairy Lady Reflected in the Lake and so on.
Breathing freely and deeply in Zhangjiajie
You should pay five US dollars for every breath in Zhangjiajie
— former Colorado Governor Nancy Dick
The importance of Zhangjiajie is it has the purest air in the whole of China
— renowned scholar and geologist Simon Winchester
I wandered around everywhere for more than 40 years until I found paradise for my soul in the deep mountains of Zhangjiajie
— famous Taiwanese writer Qiong Yao
Zhangjianjie, a close-to-nature city that lets you breathing freely in this often ecologically hostile world.
–International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)core expert Dr.Jim Sancerre
Zhangjiajie’s scenic spots are rich in negative oxygenion:
Shilihualang (Ten-miles Picturesque Scenery Corridor): 100,000 per cubic centimeter.
Tianmenshan (Tianmen Mountain): 90,000 per cubic centimeters
Jinbianxi (Golden Whip Brook): 110,000 per cubic centimeter
Baofeng Hu (Baofeng Lake): 110,000 per cubic centimeter.
Yuanjiajie: 90,000 per cubic centimeter.
Tianzishan (Tianzi Mountain): 90,000 per cubic centimeter.