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Violation / web
12:05

Violation: Indian Muslim Women Auctioned Online

Photographs of over 100 Muslim women were put up on sale on an Indian app called ‘Sulli Deals’. The target included Muslim women across age groups.
VICE World News APAC / web
15:28

Babies For Sale

In the black market of the Philippines, women living below the poverty line who cannot afford to raise a child are making the difficult decision to sell their babies.
Bad Blood / web
19:25

Bad Blood - North Korean Spy

On January 17 1968, 31 N. Korean special forces members crossed into S. Korea to kill the President. Kim Shin Jo is one of the survivors who lived to share their story.
The Big Steal / web
6:35

How FIFA Officials Stole from the World Cup

World Cup’s governing body FIFA has long been accused of corruption, bribery and vote rigging at the highest level.
Violation / web
13:57

Sex Abuse in Islamic Boarding schools

Sexual assault cases in Indonesia’s religious boarding schools have incited debate about the power that male Islamic leaders hold in the country.
Trouble in Paradise / web
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
14:54

The Issues with Thailand’s Legal Cannabis

In August 2019, Thailand became one of the first countries in Asia to legalize medical cannabis. But some patients in need of cannabis medication still turn away from this legal channel, and go underground for stronger doses to treat their condition.
Bad Blood
14:47

How I Went From Poaching Elephants and Rhinos to Protecting Them | Bad Blood

In this episode of Bad Blood, VWN talks to a former poacher about leaving that life behind to become a protector of wildlife in the very forests where he used to hunt.
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 Big Steal
7:33

How a Malaysian Bank lost Millions in a Financial Scandal | The Big Steal

The Bank Bumiputra scandal was one of Malaysia’s biggest financial scandals before 1MDB. In this episode of 'The Big Steal' we see how Bank Bumiputra lost millions in a financial scandal.
Influence
12:40

How Syed Saddiq and the Undi18 Movement Are Changing the Political Landscape in Malaysia | Influence

Syed Saddiq is a 28-year-old politician from Muar. He has millions of followers across his social media accounts and has leveraged this influence to create policy change in Malaysia - lowering the voting age from 21 to 18 with the Undi18 bill.
VICE World News APAC
20:06

China's Most Misunderstood Subculture

They have been shamed by China’s urbanites for their outlandish hair. Meet the "Shamate" community, a subculture created by China’s rural youths, born in the 1990s.
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