Little bits of journalistic gold that didn't make the cut.
After making basketball history playing alongside the North Korean National Team, VICE correspondent Ryan Duffy and the Harlem Globetrotters sat down for a meal with the North Korean players. They discussed highlights from the game and their reactions to
The most popular sport in Senegal isn't soccer—it's laamb, combining Greco-Roman wrestling moves with eclectic pre-fight rituals and dances. Laamb's appeal has skyrocketed as the nation's economy has plunged, and the top stars are the Michael Jordans of t…
The tobacco industry in Indonesia is virtually unregulated. The result? Over two-thirds of all men are smokers, and it is commonplace for children as young as six to take up the habit. Tobacco is a $100 billion industry here, with TV and print ads everywh…
VICE correspondent Ryan Duffy takes a stroll with some tour guides through Thames Town in Songjiang, China. The British-style town is part of the "One City, Nine Towns" plan that China has established for the outskirts of Shanghai.
VICE co-founder Suroosh Alvi meets with some local activists around Tahrir Square to learn about the horrible conditions female protesters have been put in while their country has been turned upside down.
VICE co-founder Shane Smith meets real-life slum-dog millionaire Kalpana Saroj, who was once a Dalit at the very bottom of the Indian caste system and earned only pennies a day in a sweatshop. She eventually became a talented tailor, making $5 every day,
In Mauritania, a country crippled by food shortages, obesity is viewed as a sign of wealth and prestige in a woman. To attain Mauritanian standards of beauty, many women undergo the practice of 'gavage,' or "fattening up."
With 50 million more men than women, the sex industry in China is growing rapidly. For episode five of 'VICE' on HBO, we went to a sex-doll factory in the city of Dalian to see the effects of the uneven dating landscape.
During our time in Colorado City, Arizona, we met 16-year-old Nikita Timpson, who spoke with us about her life in the Fundamentalist Church of Latter-Day Saints and her upbringing in a polygamous family.