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Burmese Skateboarders Lobby for Official Recognitioni
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March 26, 2013 12:30 PM
A small community of skateboarders in Rangoon, who lost their skate park four years ago, has made a film to try to promote their dream of building a replacement. VOA reports on the creative effort to get skateboarding recognized as an official sport in Burma.

Burmese Skateboarders Lobby for Official Recognition

Published March 26, 2013

A small community of skateboarders in Rangoon, who lost their skate park four years ago, has made a film to try to promote their dream of building a replacement. VOA reports on the creative effort to get skateboarding recognized as an official sport in Burma.


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