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VICE World News APAC
37:47

Inside Japan's Dark Dolphin Market (DUPLICATE)

In Taiji, Japan, the dolphin hunting industry has shifted from killing dolphins for their meat to a more lucrative, but equally controversial industry—the capture of live animals for overseas "dolphin shows."
VICE World News APAC
10:27

Inside the Indian Farmers' Movement

VICE World News was on the ground with Indian Farmers to understand why they have been out on the streets protesting for over 2 months now.
VWN Super-Users
8:39

Separated Indonesian twins reunited on Tik Tok

“When I saw her online, I was so shocked that I started crying. I couldn't even say a word. Never in my life did I think I would have a twin.”
VICE World News APAC
19:04

How COVID Gave the Big Fat Indian Wedding a Makeover

After the long postponements couples in India are downsizing their weddings, or choosing online ceremonies, shaking up the estimated 50 billion dollar industry out of its COVID limbo.
VICE World News APAC
7:40

Thailand's Protests are Full of Hidden Astrological Symbolism

Cultural anthropologist, Edoardo Siani, explains a world of symbolism and divine astrology that runs beneath the surface of Bangkok’s protest movement.
What in the World
12:18

Hijab Wearing Cats, Million Dollar Pigeons and Death Cafes | What In The World

As the unprecedented times continue, the world is taking on some seriously strange obsessions - whether it is balloons in North Korea, warm woolens for your privates, death cafes in Thailand or the hijab wearing cats of Indonesia
VICE World News APAC
13:20

What It’s Like To Be A Professional Dominatrix in Asia

Eva Oh tells VICE more about running a business as a professional dominatrix and what attracted her to it.
VICE World News APAC
6:25

Malaysia is Jailing People for Attempted Suicide

A colonial-era law in Malaysia still punishes some suicide attempts with a prison sentence. But activists are fighting to get the law repealed by asking why authorities treat those in need of help as criminals instead.
VICE World News APAC
13:22

Poverty, and Palm Oil are Driving Deforestation in Indonesia

VICE travels to the forests of Aceh province, a region still struggling with palm oil related deforestation, a troubling history of burning land, and an impoverished community caught in a vicious cycle of poverty.
VICE World News APAC
11:37

Hong Kong's Biggest Pro-Democracy Media Mogul Now Faces Life in Prison

Jimmy Lai has long been a thorn in Beijing's side. The owner of Apple Daily, Lai has been at the forefront of Hong Kong's democracy movement for years. Two weeks before his arrest, VICE News met with Lai to discuss the future of the city.
SOURCE MATERIAL
7:27

Before & After the Beirut Explosion | Source Material

From warzones to wildfires, Source Material tells the stories of people who lived the headlines with their cameras running. Cut out the host, cut out the reporter, and hear the Source Material for yourself.
VICE World News APAC
14:04

VICE Wraps 2020

2020 was not just a year but a state of mind. We did a pulse check across the Asia Pacific region to understand how the youth dealt with this roller coaster of a year.
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