I Was There / web

2017 Marawi Seige in Phillipines (MAIN)

Niniay Mohammad grew up in Marawi City where militants from the Maute ISIS Group launched an attack. She had escaped after two days, but the siege lasted for five months.
I Was There / web

Χιονοστιβάδα στο Camp του Έβερεστ

Στις 25 Απριλίου 2015, ένας καταστροφικός σεισμός 7,8 Ρίχτερ έπληξε το Νεπάλ προκαλώντας χιονοστιβάδα στο Έβερεστ, σκοτώνοντας 19 ορειβάτες.
I Was There / web

Buried Alive- 2018 Palu Tsunami

A 7.5 magnitude earthquake hit Palu, Indonesia in 2018. The tsunami that followed killed thousands of people. VWN met with Ista Nur Masyithah who recounts her ordeal.
Wagairah Wagairah

Why Indian Truck Drivers Get Their Trucks Painted

VICE catches up with some Indian truck drivers to understand why they get their trucks painted in vivid imagery and text, and how it helps them find a little piece of ‘home’, when on the road.
Indonesia Riot

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.
The VICE Questionnaire of Life

The Noisey Questionnaire of Life - Adam Devine

Adam Devine explains why he’d definitely be the first to die in an alien invasion.
VICE Meets

VICE Meets Hentai Manga Artist Toshio Maeda | The Godfather of Tentacle Porn

Toshio Maeda, the creator of hit manga series "Urotsukidoji", drew tentacles as a way to circumvent Japan's strict censorship, unwittingly creating - tentacle porn.
Indonesia Riot

Grave Diggers

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.
Indonesia Riot

The Wild Tastes of Indonesia’s Bushmeat Markets

In North Sulawesi’s Minahasa heartlands, bushmeat like rats, bats, and monkey are a vital part of local cuisine, but is also pushing some animals closer to extinction.
Indonesia Riot

How To Get Drunk Off Palm Trees

VICE’s Indonesia team travelled out to North Sulawesi, a deeply Catholic region, to figure out how farmers were turning palm tree sap into a potent, and fiery, liquor called Cap Tikus.
VICE Meets

The Casteless Collective : Singing Songs of Social Justice

VICE meets The Casteless Collective, an ensemble music band from Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
VICE Meets

A Bharatanatyam Dancer Challenging Racial Stereotypes: Charles Ma

Charles Ma is a Bharatanatyam dancer and choreographer who has managed to succeed despite the racial boundaries that exist within the world of Indian classical dance.