Break dancing, in the 80s and early 90s, was predominantly the domain of African-Americans. Participants were/are referred to as b-boys.
The New York colloquialism came into popular use in the late 1990s with the increased popularity of break dancing among Asian-American youth. It has since spread throughout Northeast colleges and universities.
Walking through Union Square park, we saw a few Naijiahuangs performing head spins.
I went to the dance competition on Slope Day and a Naijiahuang stole the show.