Ollie spent 3 months blading and filming in the concrete jungle of Tianjin, China. Ollie decided he wanted to make this a welcome to the family edit (china edition)! Check it!
Filmed / Edited By: Rob Kellett
Words – Oliver Czaja
Edit – Rob Kellett
I did shows close to 6 months over in Tianjin China, it felt like a long and short 6 months hahahaa the amount of fun you can get up to when everything’s dirt cheap i mean come on you can live for like 10-15 aud a day maybe cheaper you know.
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Filmed on location at:
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Quick clip of a graff wall featuring, Mystik, Dvate, Arkain, CamScale.
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VC team rider Paulie Haack went to Tianjin China for 6 months to skate at the Happy Valley theme park. During the last 6 weeks of his stay he teamed up with Rob Kellett to film a street section! Check it out.
Filmed by Rob Kellett
Edit by Mitch Macrae
VC Team rider Rob Kellett spent the last few months blading, filming and hanging out in Tianjin City, China.
Tianjin is indescribably amazing! The culture, the people and the city itself are all things that make this place one of the raddest cities I’ve ever visited! Out in the streets on the hunt for spots every day we could, Paulie Haack, Oliver Czaja and myself managed to stack a bunch of clips from our time there. China is like something else when it comes to street spots, perfect ledges, dodgy chrome rails, random architecture, amazing views, and seemingly not a single security guard that doesn’t like rollerblading!
For this section I tried to do something a little different, didn’t want to use the typical “song for an edit”, so I hunted down some old school chinese funk and went with that! Hope … Read More »