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VWN Informers
5:19

The Horrors I Saw at Korean Private Schools

Getting screamed at, sexual harassment and finding porn on the bosses’ school laptop. An English teacher reveals the horrors of working at South Korea’s notorious private “Hagwon” Schools.
Gen 跟 CHINA
14:51

Tuition for Profit

In July 2021, the Chinese Communist Party announced the double reduction policy. The new law banned private education companies from offering after-school tutoring in core school subjects.
The War On Drugs
9:20

Is The World’s Weirdest Drug Market In New Zealand?

New Zealand is overrun with meth and new synthetic drugs – sold by fierce biker gangs. But, this is how one psychedelic rockstar almost managed to end their War on Drugs!
The War On Drugs
9:58

How Speed is Fuelling Wars in The Middle East

The Syrian government have become some of the world’s biggest amphetamine dealers – flooding the Middle East with the drug Captagon to finance their war machine.
The Big Steal
9:29

Benazir Bhutto and Asif Ali Zardari

Benazir Bhutto, the former PM of Pakistan was a controversial figure mired in allegations of corruption and accused of acquiring wealth worth over 1.5 billion dollars.
VWN Investigators
9:41

How We Broke Netflix's Cheer Sexual Abuse Scandal

After receiving a tip off about sexual misconduct in cheerleading, Marisa Kwiatkowski and Tricia Nadolny from USA Today investigated the system of loopholes that allowed convicted sex offenders to be involved in cheerleading.
The Big Steal
8:41

Undoing of Bo Xilai

The murder of a business associate marked the beginning of the end of Bo Xilai, who at the height of his power in China’s political establishment, was considered a rival to no-less than Xi Jinping, the current President of China.
HUNTERS / S1 EP5
44:34

Hunting the Next Global Virus

Bat expert Paul searches the deep caves of Kenya to catch and test bats that may be carrying an undiscovered virus that could cause the next pandemic.
The Big Steal
7:44

How Suharto Stole Billions from Indonesia

Indonesian President, Suharto, ruled Indonesia for over three decades, and allegedly amassed the largest ill-gotten fortune in all of Asia. A $35 billion theft, most of which was never recovered continues to haunt Indonesians till this day.
HUNTERS / S1 EP4
44:36

Hunting for a Lost Russian Satellite in Canada

Braving the wilderness of Canada, two scientists trek unforgiving terrain to uncover a secret, nuclear powered Soviet-era spy satellite that crashed there decades ago.
Influence
11:55

Milk Tea Alliance

Netiwit Chotiphatphaisal advocates for democracy in Thailand and countries where he believes the Chinese government threatens people’s human rights and freedom.
Trouble in Paradise
19:45

Opioid Trouble in Himachal Pradesh

India’s northernmost state Himachal Pradesh is in the grips of a heroin crisis, as collateral damage of border state Punjab’s War on Drugs against the alleged Pakistan funded Narco Terrorism.
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