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Climate Summit
24:52

Future of Food on Our Plates

A warming climate disrupts ecosystems, what does this mean for our food?
VICE World News APAC
26:03

Ladies Who Joke

Being a stand-up comic can be a dangerous job in Pakistan, where being outspoken about beliefs can make one vulnerable to state action, claims of heresy and even violent attacks.
VICE Asia Pacific
10:52

How Ancient Balinese Swords were Revived (DUPLICATE)

Keris is an ancient sword from Indonesia, believed to be endowed with supernatural power, Vice meets Jro Mangku Pande Ketut Mudra, one of the last remaining Keris makers who revived the craft of sword making in Bali
Street Food Icons
7:01

Queen of Pad Thai in Berlin's Hidden Gem

Hidden in one of the less trendy areas of downtown Berlin, this Thai street food market attracts Berliners and tourists from all over the world.
The Story of
24:10

The Story of "Teenage Dirtbag" by Wheatus

When “Teenage Dirtbag” was released in July of 2000, the track failed to make an impact in the US. Worldwide, however, the success of the song was an ENTIRELY different story.
The Story of
26:26

The Story of "Who Let the Dogs Out" by Baha Men

“Who Let The Dogs Out” was ubiquitous in the early aughts - emanating from sports stadiums and radio speakers. But few people know about the group who performed the hit, the Baha Men.
The War On Drugs
11:16

Did the CIA Actually Sell Crack in the 1980s?

As cocaine flooded into America in the 1980s, this is how one reporter exposed CIA collaboration with cartels. Did the US government actually cause the crack epidemic?
Shelter Fight For Home / web
9:31

NOT MY SHAME: Britain's Housing Emergency

NOT MY SHAME is a documentary exploring the truthful reality of housing inequality and young people using the power of creativity and activism to take their power back.
Dogs of War
7:31

The Rise of Brazil’s Biggest Prison Gang | Dogs of War

Brazil's largest prison gang, the PCC, has massacred police, shut down cities and controls 60% of Brazil’s cocaine market. VICE meets the organisation's leader, Marcola.
Local Legends
7:55

London’s Joyful Lockdown Ravers

We meet Joy Anonymous, a dance collective that brought happiness to Londoners during the misery of lockdown by throwing parties on the River Thames.
VICE World News APAC
12:52

The Stereotypes Clouding "Amejo" Culture in Okinawa Japan

VWN Host Hanako Montgomery travels to Okinawa, a former American territory, to find out why the term “Amejo” sparks controversy among Japanese women.
VICE World News APAC
20:06

China's Most Misunderstood Subculture

They have been shamed by China’s urbanites for their outlandish hair. Meet the "Shamate" community, a subculture created by China’s rural youths, born in the 1990s.
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