Skateboarding was usually seemed as dangerous acts by rebellious kids in Singapore where they skated around and caused lots of disturbance.
The National Youth Council and Nparks in Singapore have built more skate parks around the neighbourhood for youths to find a suitable place to skate.
Street skating is generally viewed as a dangerous act in Singapore by many as they are concerned that skaters would lose their control while skating and knocked onto others.
There are Singaporean skaters who are now in the running for a chance for Olympic glory in the Tokyo Games.
Mr Eddie Goh who owns a skate shop shared that skateboarding was only accepted as a sport in 2018.
The social media definitely has provided good reframe of mindset and more people start to accept skateboarding as a sport.