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Taipei B-Boy City 11/07/2017

B-Boys/Girls at HRC Kids The organiser of the traditional TAIPEI BBOY CITY event, B-Boy Bojin, will also run the "Breaking for Gold" Continental Qualifier for Asia and Oceania in December of this year. He recently passed by the WDSF headquarters in Lausanne and was told that no submissions had been received from Taiwan (more appropriately, using the proper denomination in the context of the Olympic Movement, from Chinese Taipei) so far.

Bojin took corrective measures today by inviting b-boys/girls from all over Taiwan to his HRC Kids studio in the capital Taipei.

There, the 15 - 17-year-old breakers were able to record their videos under the supervision of Bojin's staff. Looking at the photograph, there were quite a few who took advantage of Bojin's offer. The entire recording session was also streamed live on BBoy World