Every Sunday we’ll be bringing you a round up of the images, audio and words that have caught our eyes on the world wide web this week.
What we’ve been looking at:
What we’ve been listening to:
Jed & Vaughan discuss Fiji, the current war of words taking place between the worlds top surf journos and cocaine’s perennial presence in surfing.
What we’ve been reading:
“China has some of the best athletes in the world, but surfing is still making its first steps into the mainstream. Here’s how it looks in 2017.
In Zhuhai, a city located in the South China Sea, there is a surf spot called Golden Beach, which is very suitable for surfing beginners, and it’s one of the few places where it is allowed to surf in the region.
A Cai is a 37-year old surfer from the neighbouring city of Jiangmen. He is an electrical engineer, a father of two children, and one of the very few surfers who catch waves on this beach.
Cai has been surfing at Golden Beach for almost four years. He is very familiar with the spot and became an experienced wave rider.
This is the story about A Cai and his surfing dream.”
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