Post by Chris on January 11th, 2011
Post by The Bounceologist on November 11th, 2010
|All80′s all Night with Tony Hawk at Surf Expo
All possible and impossible boards, Tony Hawk, Skateramps, Free Beer, Bikini’s and models by the 100′s and, of course, Balls that bounce on water and (with the U.S. introduction of Waboba Street) land all compete for the attention at this huge expo showing of the latest in beack and extremesport fashion.
As promised a breef sneakpeak of the show for you who click MORE Below! ENJOY
Post by Chris on November 11th, 2010
The Waboba Block
I can’t resist it. I’ve been going through the photos from the O’Neill Surfing Hainan Open and let’s just say that this particular image stands out.
I suppose it’s hardly surprising that the country that brought you Kung Fu should also be the master of interesting stances when it comes to Waboba. These guys were throwing the ball very hard, so it’s probably not surprising that they should want to look out for their squishy bits.
There’s a full video of them in action here.
Post by Chris on May 7th, 2010
In the end of September Guangzhou MTR and Streets got even more congested with the 20 or so participants of the Waboba Conference in Guangzhou. Management from our 3 companies our partners and our PR firm met over a 5 day conference to talk about everything from new items to old ones and, of course, to meet and have fun!
I would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone who showed up for a great week with loads of input, ideas and thoughts. Lets continue to create! Click read more below to get a small selection of photos from the event!
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2 Years ago my knowledge of the Asian cuisine was quite much the stuff I could find in Sweden: Namely Sushi, Tandoori, and strange deep fried sweet and sour buffets that we have come to call Chinese food.
I didn’t even know there was such a thing as Korean food.
The place is popular – despite taking up an entire floor on its own the restaurant can’t cater for all its guests and we ended up waiting outside for about 15min. Well inside we got to share one of the private rooms that the restaurant hosts – which did not mind us as much as it seemed to mind the couple who got to share their romantic dinner with a random Swede ordering way to much food in his “obscene” Chinese, a constantly photographing Sam and a Stella who tried her best to avoid creating lan fei.