Bad Blood - Former Extremist Opens Foundation
Former Indonesian terrorist Yusuf Adimira was convicted as an accomplice in the Bali bombings. Yusuf takes us back to how it all began.
VICE World News APAC
Rise of Teen Violence in Indonesia
Deadly teen violence is on the rise in Indonesia’s second largest city, Jogjakarta.
The Big Steal
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.
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. A whole village was swallowed by the ground. Many were buried alive. VWN met with Ista Nur Masyithah to recount her horrific ordeal.
VICE Asia Pacific
How Ancient Balinese Swords were Revived (DUPLICATE)
Keris is an ancient sword from Indonesia, believed to be endowed with supernatural power, Vice meets Jro Mangku Pande Ketut Mudra, one of the last remaining Keris makers who revived the craft of sword making in Bali
How I Trafficked Orangutans
An ex-orangutan trafficker describes how orangutans are captured, bought and sold, the distances they travel to customers, and why there is such a demand.
I Was There
The Toxic Mud Volcano that Wiped Out Entire Villages
In this episode of “I Was There”, we meet with Harwati, a mudflow survivor who was born and raised in Sidoarjo.
VICE World News APAC
Deadly Tiger Attacks Are on the Rise in this Indonesian Village
Residents of the protected Leuser National park in Aceh struggle to keep Sumatran tigers away from their livestock and homes.
I Accidentally Discovered My Long Lost Twin on TikTok
“When I saw her online, I was so shocked that I started crying. I couldn't even say a word. Never in my life did I think I would have a twin.”
WET MARKETS EXPOSED / Clip
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.
Word of Mouth
Indonesian Food Served In The Back Of A Convenience Store
Indo Java, an Indonesian market in the Elmhurst neighborhood of Queens, seems like an unassuming shop to passersby. But the smells coming from the tiny makeshift kitchen lure people inside to taste the flavors of Indonesian cuisine.
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.