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Raising Boys Away From Women: Gender Segregation in India
In some North Indian towns and villages unmarried boys live in a room outside of the home called the "baithak". VICE World News takes a look at this unusual custom.
The Women Who Used Tattoos to Save Themselves From Sexual Slavery
During Japanese occupation, thousands of Southeast Asian women were forced to serve as sex workers. But on one tiny island in Indonesia, local women resisted by heavily tattooing themselves. VICE traveled to meet the last tattooed women of Timor.
How Colonialism Brought South Indian Flavors to Indonesia: Akarasa
In this episode of Akarasa, a food series paid for by GO-JEK, our host Ade Putri embarks on a jet-setting journey to discover the origins of roti canai.
How Centuries of Chinese Migration Changed Indonesian Food Forever: Akarasa
In this episode of Akarasa, a food series made in partnership with GO-JEK, we explore the history, flavors, and traditions of Chinese noodles—a dish with roots thousands of kilometers away.
Growing Up In Bali Bites: Fangsters
VICE follows a Balinese teen as she spiritually grinds down her upper canine teeth to see how the youngest generation of adults is taking on a coming of age tradition with deep roots on the island.
Sumba Is Home to the World's Most Complex Marriage Proposals: High Bride
VICE follows the journey of Piter Praing, a young Sumba boy who is herding livestock and his whole family to propose to his girlfriend and fulfill a costly marriage dowry.
Redefining Fashion & Architecture in Bolivia: Cholitas y Cholets
Meet the architect transforming Bolivia's urban landscape with colorful, geometric buildings and the "cholitas" bringing indigenous clothing to the fashion scene.
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Money, Blood, and Death in Toraja