Actually finding the niche where the dancers practiced came by accident. I've found online that they ran a bboy competition at the DanceZone studio at Kad Suan Keaw mall but I had no idea when or the location. After a night of karaoke with my labmates at the mall I saw some dancers practicing "bboy" moves through the mall's windows. As soon as I saw that I knew I found their "session" spot.
What I respect about Thai bboys is how much heart they have in the dance. You can see by the difficulty of their moves how much they want to improve. The Kad Suan Keaw dance area is made up of tile and not the usual bouncy dance floors back in California. These bboy's sacrifice their bodies through headspins, halos, and airflaires on the non-forgiving tile. Competitions in Thailand are usually closer to the capital in Bangkok and the dancers in the north have to travel very far to enter. In California everything is so close and their are usually multiple competitions a month less than an hour drive. Competitions here aren't as common so dancers have to take up much more travel time to compete. To be a breaker here requires much more physically on your body and can be extremely time consuming.
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