You’re Never Too Old to Skate
Azwadi Zairi Rozaini (Awad), Skate Tua
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When Awad first started Skate Tua, his main goal was to reunite his old friends and family with skateboarding, an activity that they love but have left a long time ago, as they grew older. What started out as something playful soon turned pretty serious as it gained traction among like-minded individuals from the same demographic, as they found refuge in Skate Tua’s more accessible group. Awad joins us to share his observations of how the scene has changed and evolved throughout the years.
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Produced by: Haniff Baharudin
Presented by: Haniff Baharudin
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