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Make it Count: A New Documentary Special / Clip
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Make it Count: A New Documentary Special

VICE and Jack Daniels follow people doing the things they've always wanted to do.
The Audacity of Design | Presented by Genesis / web
5:03

Pierre Davis Is Designing Fashion’s Radical Future

The pioneering founder of No Sesso on fashion as a form of peaceful protest.
MINI Cooper - Fly the Coop
5:01

Fly the Coop

They don’t make postcards for destinations like these, but if they did, they’d look something like this.
WET MARKETS EXPOSED / Clip
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How Wet Markets Help Viruses Pass From Animals to Humans

Dr. Christian Walzer reveals how wet markets create the "cauldron of contagions" that allow viruses to spread between species, and eventually to humans.
The VICE Guide to Singapore
11:56

The Artists Skirting Singapore’s Strict Street Art Laws

Explore Singapore neighbourhoods with graffiti crew RSCLS and acclaimed muralist Yip Yew Chong, as they share with us their work, thoughts on Singapore’s vandalism laws, and how street art can transmit messages and transform our memories of a city.
The VICE Guide to Singapore
6:36

Exploring Singapore's Growing Skate Parks

VICE meets up with Hafiz Salleh, one of the co-founders of Skate SG and Ooloo Island, another up-and-coming crew to talk about skating in Singapore.
Indonesia Riot
16:33

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 Guide to Singapore
8:41

Vertical Farming And Asia's Future

By 2030, Singapore aims to grow 30% of its food. Currently, imported food accounts for 90% of the city-state’s consumption. Vertical farms are using agri-tech to bring this change.
Wilderness of Tohoku
6:16

We Spent a Night Camping and Drinking Sake in Japan’s Wilderness

Our host Julian begins his journey through Japan’s stunning Tohoku region.
Indonesia Riot
19:34

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.
Drunk Eats
11:45

Where to Eat Late Night in Amsterdam - Drunk Eats

Abel hits the streets of Amsterdam for the best late night food in this Dutch city.
Hot Heads
7:45

Home Cooking and Heart Palpitations in India's Gorgeous Pink City

Karina spends her last day in Jaipur with a local family to sample a little home cooking, before making a bad choice regarding some seriously hot chilli paste.
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