"The next thing I remember is waking up, alone, on the floor of the bar—surrounded by the girls—struggling with consciousness. The guy was yelling at me to pay for something."
In most of Asia the practice of illegal bombing has only been around for less than ten years, but Tokyo's history reaches back to the mid-90s.
As I traveled the nation for VICE, I saw some Americans yearning for a time that had long since passed, a time that they barely understood, a time that was defined by white supremacy.
Graffiti in Taipei used to be dominated by expats, but that's changing thanks to a new generation of dedicated and talented writers.
On this episode of VICE Does America, the trio continues its journey through Texas and stops at a museum dedicated to the idea that the Bible is a scientific document and that all humans can be dated back to Noah and his ark.
Increased tourist attention towards the favelas of Rio has afforded residents new financial opportunities—but not all stand to thrive from it.
In 2005, a law professor discovered the "Zone of Death," where a person could legally get away with murder. Eleven years later, you still can.
"Life's too short and some days are cloudy. We have to enjoy the sunshine. Maybe this little fly will die in the next minute but as long as it's flying, it seizes the day."
Since the Sousse attacks of 2015, Tunisia's deckchairs have been empty and its hotels abandoned.
The Euro Big Game is just, wow. So much machismo.
This past weekend, photographer Sander van der Bij visited Truckstar Festival in the Netherlands.
VICE Serbia explores how pirates illegally acquire ores and fertilizers that they later sell on the black market.
The walls of the castle in Glendora, California are made from discarded bottles, bedsprings, typewriters, and trophies.
The definitive guide to the salon where Britney Spears shaved her head, the club that refused Tara Reid entry, the house where Lauren Conrad shed one mascara tear, and other historical landmarks.
What if you could paint graffiti on the side of a busy street in broad daylight without permission, and no one cared? In Bangkok, this is a reality, even if you get caught in the act by police.
Coyness is not held in high esteem in the birthplace of Free Body Culture.
China's grip on Tibet has only tightened, while international concern has waned. But for refugees in India, going home is only a matter of time.
I found cum paper stuffed into every crack, crevice and corner of my bedroom.
When I get out of the U8 train at Berlin's Kottbusser Tor station at 5AM on a Thursday, three men dressed in rags raise their beer bottles to greet me, grinning with the few remaining teeth they have.
The Thing is advertised on billboards stretching hundreds of miles, from Arizona to Texas, but it's impossible to understand The Thing until you're staring right at it.
"I'm not sure how to explain this to you, but I'm often very sad."
On this episode of Daily VICE, we travel to Slovenia to explore the potential first lady's hometown and meet the people who knew her before she was Mrs. Trump.
India's Ganges River is one of the most heavily polluted bodies of water on the planet. Yet a myth endures that bathing in it, or drinking it, is completely safe.
On this episode of Hamilton's Pharmacopia we travel to New Zealand to meet musician and activist Matt Bowden, who's been fighting for drug reform in the country.