22 Jul '16, 10am

Could these creative young hawkerpreneurs be the solution to our dying hawker culture?

Could these creative young hawkerpreneurs be the solution to our dying hawker culture?

He picked up the sport when he was 4 after receiving his own skateboard from his father and watching his brothers showing off their moves. Since he was 6, he participated in several international competitions with his first being the Junior X Games held in Thailand in 2000. He has won several local competitions and just last year, he pitched himself against professional skateboarders like Bob Burnquist at the Maloof Money Cup held in South Africa and placed 6th overall even though he had never skated a mega ramp. However, the young skateboarder does not let his achievements get to his head. He shared that a skateboarder should stay humble, be determined and have the will to persevere.

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