Terrorist Pirates of Southeast Asia
Indonesian fishermen, lured by higher paychecks and steady work, are leaving poorer fishing villages for Malaysia, and are sailing right into the jaws of Abu Sayyaf.
Kidnapped By ISIS-Linked Pirates In the Philippines: Terror at Sea
Indonesian fishermen, lured by higher paychecks and steady work, are leaving poorer fishing villages for Malaysia, and are sailing right into the jaws of Abu Sayyaf, a feared terrorist group.
Running Out of Space for the Dead in Indonesia’s Most Crowded City
VICE heads to Bandung to meet Atung and his crew of gravediggers to learn what men who deal with death every day can tell us about life.
The Wild Tastes of Indonesia’s Bushmeat Markets
In North Sulawsi’s Minahasa heartlands, the local cuisine gets pretty wild. Bushmeats like rats, snakes, bats, and monkey are a vital part of Minahasan cuisine. But the bushmeat trade is also pushing some animals closer to extinction.
Royal Blood: Inside Indonesia’s Lavish, Bloody Funeral Ceremonies
VICE Indonesia visits the highlands of South Sulawesi to see how new money is changing the face of the Torajan people's ancient, and bloody, funeral traditions.