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Hop on! Freeline skating is the new street sport

Skateboarding is a popular street sport among Chinese youngsters. It’s no surprise to see college kids traveling on campus with a four-wheel board anymore, but this girl from Guangdong Province is not an average skateboarder. June has gained more than 260K followers on Kuaishou, a Chinese social video platform, by showcasing her above-average freeline skating skills. She is capable of hopping, switching boards, and skating with one foot—watch all these impressive tricks yourself!  

Click here for June’s original videos.

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Lan Lin

Lan comes from Foshan, a small southern city in China. She went to University of California, Irvine and is currently studying at NYU's grad school.