April White is an award-winning writer and researcher who focuses on food, travel and history. Her (occasionally overlapping) interests have her taken into the country’s top restaurant kitchens, through the world’s food markets and deep into the library stacks.
In April’s most recent historical article, readers join young mountaineer Terry Moore on his 1931 journey to the remote edge of Western China—one of the few remaining “blank areas of the map.” His objective: to scale the great Minya Konka, a summit which he believed to be higher than Everest. Read more in the HBS Alumni Bulletin.
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