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Trouble in Paradise
20:51

The Dark Side of Japan's Paradise Island | Trouble in Paradise

Okinawa is known to many as a postcard perfect paradise. But despite mass tourism, Okinawa is also the poorest prefecture in Japan. VICE World News host Hanako Montgomery travels to Okinawa to find out why.
VICE World News APAC
12:46

Why Rental Discrimination is Still Common in Singapore

The rental market in Singapore is not equally accessible to all ethnic groups. Some tenants in Singapore face discrimination renting as prospective landlords screen them based on race.
The Audacity of Design | Presented by Genesis / web
6:40

The Engineer Creating A Virtual World Using Natural Sound

On a remote island off the coast of Maine, artist Xin Liu uses thousands of microphones to record and broadcast the sound of the natural landscape to listeners around the world.
Side Hustles
9:08

Making Custom Anime Kink for Paying Customers

Meet Madame Namio, a dominatrix paying for school and getting through the pandemic with creative BDSM content and a bunch of self-love.
Brain Wash
4:47

We listened to your voicemails. Here’s what you said. (PART 3)

We listened to your voicemails. Here’s what you said.
VICE NEWS TONIGHT / Clip
5:40

Chicano Batman on Receiver

How a Korean artist designed Chicano Batman’s album artwork
Seat at the Table with Anand Giridharadas / Clip
11:23

Anand's Monologue (April 29, 2020)

Anand talks bail outs and what counts as a "small business" in America.
Seat at the Table with Anand Giridharadas / Clip
14:03

Anand's Monologue

Anand Giridharadas invites you to take a SEAT AT THE TABLE. Wednesdays at 10p on VICE TV.
VICE NEWS TONIGHT / Clip
3:34

The Law Banning Congressional Insider Trading Isn’t Enough to Stop It

The law banning members of Congress from insider trading should be upgraded in light of the frantic stock trading on Capitol Hill during the coronavirus pandemic.
VICE NEWS TONIGHT / Clip
5:14

Homeless Families Are Taking Over Vacant Homes to Protect Themselves From Coronavirus

A group of families in Los Angeles are occupying vacant homes owned by Caltrans, the state transit authority, in the East LA neighborhood of El Sereno.