Posts tagged ‘china’

Chris Cole & Sean Malto Nanjing Demo

19 August 2014, 15.30 | Posted in Skateboarding | No comments »

Our main man in China, Guan Mu has been embedded at the Nanjing Youth Olympics, an event we have never heard of but like most things in China is pretty massive and features some major star power. He put together this video of Chris Cole and Sean Malto doing what they do best: rip. Xièxiè.

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Vans x Vagabond

05 September 2013, 08.42 | Posted in collabs, Skateboarding, Sneakers | 1 comment »

While all the shit you see on the news would lead you to believe that life in China is pretty much the opposite of life everywhere else, this rad teaser for Vans’ new collabo with Chinese skate brand Vagabond show that if you are living the skate life, you’re living the good life. Check out the shoes after the jump.

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adidas Originals | All Originals: Kang Mao and SUBS

09 January 2012, 19.43 | Posted in advertising, Sneakers | No comments »

Radcollector fam Charles Lanceplaine co-directed this adidas Originals ad featuring Kang Mao and SUBS, another rad piece from him and more proof that the youth in China are neck and neck with the rest of the world.

Nike SB China | ‘Support Your Local’ Full Length

02 June 2011, 01.53 | Posted in Skateboarding, videos | No comments »

As promised, here is the full length version of Nike SB’s rad new China video, “Support Your Local” shot and edited by RC fam Charles Lanceplaine. Via Andrew Guan.

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Nike SB China | ‘Support Your Local’

31 May 2011, 15.26 | Posted in Skateboarding, videos | No comments »

Continuing to build their skate program in the world’s most populated and skateable country, Nike SB released the full length video “Support Your Local” in China this past weekend. Here’s a taste of the video which will be online in its entirety later this week. So rad.

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We All Want to Be Young In China

05 April 2011, 11.45 | Posted in craze, videos | 1 comment »

Shanghai based skate videographer Charles Lanceplaine contributed footage from his film Shanghai 5 to this short video about the state of youth in China by marketing agency Enovate. It may come off as a bit propagandistic but it’s it’s an incredible snapshot at the awakened dragon that is China.

Skullcandy x China

17 March 2011, 15.30 | Posted in headphones, news | No comments »

Investing back into the country that makes all of their product, Skullcandy just dropped into China huge with the opening of their new headquarters in Shenzhen. Andrew Guan was on hand as Skullcandy’s Jeremy Andrus unveiled the totally shreddable office space and announced the brands plans to broadly develop their presence across China and the entire Asia-Pacific region. Check out the complete coverage here.

Skateboarding x China | 2010 Review

31 December 2010, 14.26 | Posted in news, Skateboarding | No comments »

Andrew Guan has a super rad post up today detailing the past year’s worth of events in action sports in China. It’s not an exaggeration to say they are having a revolution over there, with skateboarding, snowboarding, and surfing blowing up at a mind blowing pace. Illustrating the flip side of the challenges with bringing this new lifestyle to China, portions of Andrew’s coverage appear to be blocked. Read the fascinating recap here.


Air & Style Beijing Recap

04 December 2010, 23.56 | Posted in Competitions, snowboarding | 1 comment »

The Shaun White and Oakley Air & Style wrapped in Beijing, China this weekend with the $100,000 going to young Canuck contest killer Sebastian Toutant. Toots grabbed the cash, the ring of glory and 1,000 TTR points after stomping a cab 12 double cork that beat out euros Seppe Smits and Elias Elhardt who took second and third respectively. Check out the winning run above and make sure to hit Andrew Guan’s column for tons of behind the scenes coverage from Beijing.

Surfing China | Hangzhou Silver Dragon Edit

11 October 2010, 11.56 | Posted in surfing, videos | No comments »

We’ve got some more amazingly rad shit from China today with this edit from Charles Lanceplaine featuring the elusive Silver Dragon in Hangzhou, China. Also known as the Qiantang Tidal bore, the Silver Dragon is a 30 mile long surfable wave that rips through the city twice a year depending on lunar movement. This year Jamie Sterling, Mikala Jones, Robert Wingnut Weaver and Mary Osborne were on hand to shred it.