is proud to showcase the talents of a new, fresh face to the artistic world. Krichon, an Asian artist specializing in sketch artistry, brings out the full glory of Mt. Qomolangma in his drawings.

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British mappers failed to fully research the local records when they assigned the name of the largest mountatin in the world as Mt. Everest. "Qomolangma" was actually recorded on maps as early as 1721.

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Sir George Everest, the namesake provided for Mt. Everest, was Surveyor-General of India. He was a ded- icated practitioner who meticulously ensured the preservation of local names and preferences.

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petition is the main site on the Internet that advocates the change of the name of Mt. Everest back to its original, Tibetan name of Mt. Qomolangma in the annals of the world atlases.

As awareness about our project becomes more well-known, we will be responding to various media inquiries from many different sources: newspapers, television, radio, and Internet venues. When we are featured on an interview, we will post the transcription or the event in this location so we can document our progress.

In addition, we at will be promoting our own media events by Internet communication. The times, dates, and venues of those events will be announced well in advance of such events, and will be sent to all who would like to attend. The most exciting aspect of these Internet events will be our ability to interact with you on an individual, real-time basis. For more information, and to be kept up with the latest happenings, give us a shoutout here.

If you would like more information or interview one of our associates for your accredited news organization, submit your request through our contact page. Once your article is published, we will link to it here in the press section.

Latest News:

Article in Harford Courant, Hartford, CT, Aug 7, 2008 includes a section on our site!

Unlocking Chinese Culture (go to page 2, "Conquering Qomolangma").


Fullerton Observer, Fullerton, CA, Early September, 2008 also includes a men-tion of our site! Note: this is a PDF copy of their edition.

Renaming Mount Everest as Mount Qomolangma (PDF document), page 20.