There's a functional pen inside, but on the other end (where the actual tip of the pen should be), there's a sharp point, almost unnoticeable, that can be used to stab an attacker.
Thousands of Chinese entrepreneurs poured into Uganda following a trail of billions of dollars in state-led investment. Mukwano Mall is their self-sustaining universe.
On the season finale of STATES OF UNDRESS, we visit the manufacturing capital of the world to find out how China is transitioning from making goods to designing them.
We explore China's government-run fashion week, and witness a marching band rivalry in Louisiana tonight on VICELAND.
China's Ministry of Culture has put a ban on eating bananas on camera erotically, because apparently this is a thing.
Doctors at private clinics are destroying men's penises, tricking women into aborting healthy fetuses, and killing patients through negligence—so why are American companies investing millions?
Trump accuses China of "raping" the US, Australian tech entrepreneur Craig White says he's the creator of Bitcoin, and Malia Obama will attend Harvard University in 2017.
Check out two exclusive clips from our upcoming episode of VICE on HBO, airing April 22 at 11 PM.
Two rival construction companies went at each other in front-end loaders as cars fled the scene in what can only be assumed is absolute terror.
We spoke to Anders Lustgarten about his epic new play, 'The Sugar Coated Bullets of the Bourgeoisie.'
Chinese news agency Xinhua has asked people not to spread, listen to, or create rumors.
This morning, the CIA left "explosive training material" on a school bus, Trump's favorability ratings tumble, architects pay tribute to Zaha Hadid, and more.
This morning, Obama hosts world leaders at his final nuclear security summit, Trump sparks criticism with his abortion comments, Whoopi Goldberg launches pot products for women with period pain, and more.
Mar 24, 2016
This morning, Flint's water crisis inquiry finds the state ignored warning signs, Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam appears in court in Brussels, John Kasich has refused to quit the race for the Republican presidential nomination, and more.
This morning, two suicide bombers who attacked Brussels yesterday were named, a cop called Ted Cruz's comments about Muslim neighborhood patrols "foolish," a Tribe Called Quest's Phife Dawg has died, and more.
To mark the UN's World Water Day I caught up with the photographer to talk about how different cultures perceive water, its exploitation, and the challenges to preserve our planet's most vital resource.
What is it about Stephen Chow's The Mermaid that makes it the highest-earning film of all time in China?
This morning, Michael Bloomberg says he won't run for president, a US air strike in Somali has killed 150 al Shabab fighters, Nike has withdrawn its sponsorship of Maria Sharapova after she failed a drug test, and more.
We spoke to the filmmaker behind Inside the Chinese Closet, a documentary that follows young gay people in China looking for a fake heterosexual partnership to appease their parents.
After the drought of 2014 and 2015, a new survey has found a significant rise in UK students using the drug—which confirms what analysts have been thinking for a while: K is back on Britain's streets.
This morning, Apple will contest a court order to hand over the San Bernardino gunman's iPhone data, China 'deploys' missiles to the South China Sea, Eagles of Death Metal return to play Paris' Bataclan, and more.
Chinese officials are serious about this whole E.T. thing, and they are giving people cash to get out of the way.
The efforts to expand a US Marine Corps base on the island of Okinawa has drawn ongoing protests from wary locals, while a potential conflict with China looms in the future.
Then we crash an extravagant Chinese wedding in Shanghai with MUNCHIES and explore the rise of electronic music in Cuba.