In Frame | IX Dragon


Ain't nothing like walking into a skate shop for the first time.
When we moved to Manila in '97, I had barely started skating and had no access to shops. I would always look forward to doing our quick trips to Hong Kong just so we could visit the few that existed at the time. It wasn't like we could afford to buy anything, but that wasn't the point. All I wanted was to be engrossed in the culture, to soak up everything I possibly could, and back then the only way to get that experience was either flipping through whatever magazines were available or through chilling at skate shops.
I met Pro B during my coaching certification a few months back, little did I know that he actually set up his own skate shop out in Kowloon. In this interview, I catch up with Pro B on how he got into skateboarding, a little lesson on Hong Kong culture, and putting the pieces together to try and build a supportive skate community.

It  was a fun chat, I learned so much from him, and his passion to better HK skateboarding really inspired me to do more for our community.

We're trying something new and putting a Cantonese translation so our local readers can follow along the interview.

Enjoy the read!

Keep Pushing.
- A.P

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