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Patriarchy, Punchlines and Pakistan
Being a stand-up comic can be a dangerous job in Pakistan, where being outspoken about beliefs can make one vulnerable to state action and even violent attacks.
How I Got Arrested By The Nepalese Police For My Rap Songs | Censored
In this episode of VWN’s ‘Censored’, Nepalese Rapper VTen explains why he plans to continue to make music true to himself despite getting in trouble with the authorities.
Arrested and Assaulted, Malaysian Graphic Artist Fahmi Reza Calls Out State Censorship
VICE World News’ Heather Chen speaks to controversial graphic artist, Fahmi Reza, about his experiences with censorship in Malaysia under the new laws.
Life and Love in India: the Nupi Maanbi Relationships of Imphal
We meet with activist Santa Khurai, trans couple Helena and Vaskar, and Jenny Khurai to understand the realities and difficulties of finding love and maintaining relationships as trans women in Imphal.
Madame X Memories: The Rise and Fall of Indonesia's Queer Cinema
VICE talks to experts to trace the rise and fall of Indonesia's queer cinema since the start of the Reformasi era and imagines what the future looks like for LGBTQ representation on screen.
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Chinese women are getting rich by simply live streaming their days
VICE News visits a live streaming factory in Wuhan to find out how the business works, and spends a day with Huan Huan, a young woman who goes live a couple of hours a day, showing no skin, and rakes in up to $20,000 a month.