Play Academy, which Osaka created with Nike and Laureus Sport for Good, aims to improve young girls’ lives through grants and capacity-building training that boost their access and participation to sport.
A new ad from Nike Japan has ignited controversy for shedding light on the bullying and racism faced by minorities in the country.
The two-minute commercial, titled “Keep Moving: Yourself, the Future,” shows three young female soccer athletes from different backgrounds and is reportedly based on “real-life experience of athletes.”
Nike has released its Chinese New Year 2020 ad that plays on the red envelope culture of many Chinese people around the world during this festive time of the year.
The ad starts off at the scene of a family gathering when an auntie approaches a little girl and hands her a red envelope. However, the girl’s mother tells her not to accept it.
Pictures of Nike’s limited edition Air Force 1 Low for Chinese New Year 2020 have been released as part of its “Year of the Rat” collection.
The Chinese New Year 2020 edition of Nike’s Air Force 1 Low will come in white, featuring Chinese patterns and designs, with the iconic leather Swoosh logos printed on the sides, according to Sneakerbardetroit.
A young female athlete in the Philippines recently won multiple gold medals for her school during a provincial sports fest despite not having proper running shoes.
Rhea Ballos, an 11-year-old student of Salvacion Elementary School in Balasan, Iloilo, was only wearing bandages around her feet when she competed at the Iloilo Schools Sports Council Meet.
PEACEMINUSONE, the label of Big Bang’s G-Dragon, is rumored to be working with footwear manufacturing company Nike for a limited-time sneakers collaboration.
Images of a new low cut Nike sneaker, called the PEACEMINUSONE x Air Force 1 ‘07 “Para?Noise,” recently popped up on several shoe insiders’ Instagram accounts, according to Hypebeast.
Supreme is set to launch their highly-anticipated collaboration with Nike on Thursday, May 23.
The streetwear apparel collection will be available in Supreme stores in New York, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, London, Paris, and online starting on May 23 but it won’t be available in Japan until May 25.
A new variant for Nike’s Air Jordan line is being released on March 10 — the Air Jordan III “Seoul” which is heavily inspired by South Korea’s flag design.
This new model was created by Tinker Hatfield and Dan Sunwoo as part of a special project in Nike’s Innovation Kitchen, according to the company’s news release.
We bet you’ve never seen Nike shoes looking this so mouth-watering!
Yukia Hu, an Italian-born Chinese chef and artist based in Milan, created a series of delicious-looking sushi intricately designed to look like trendy footwear from Nike, Adidas, and other famous brands.
Taiwanese-born Canadian actor (and gift that keeps on giving) Godfrey Gao tried to torment his fans by taking to social media on Tuesday and posting a photo of himself wearing a shirt that reads “Kiss my A___S.”
The 32-year-old asked everyone to fill in the blank, with many netizens going straight to the point with “ass” or “abs.”
Since its conception in 1988, “Just Do It” has become universally known as Nike’s tagline synonymous with taking action without hesitation in sports. For the Chinese audience, the company deemed it necessary to explain it a bit in a remarkable new Nike ad.
The tagline, often revealed for Western audiences after showing seemingly insurmountable scenarios for its given subject, is almost as recognizable as the brand itself and its popular Swoosh icon.
Nike co-founder Phil Knight, who as amassed a net worth of around $25 billion, announced he will be giving away the majority of his fortune to charity, according to a CBS interview set to air on April 24.
Knight, 78, told interviewer Lee Cowan, “By the time, you know, the lives of my children and their kids run out, I will have given most of it to charity.”