We talked to author and security analyst Peter Singer about why the next war will be so much scarier than past ones, and whether there's anything we can do about it.
"My sex ed teacher brought up homosexuality once. All he said was that it was a psychological disease."
The really old meat had been frozen, thawed, and refrozen again during its trek from places like Brazil and India through neighboring countries and into the bellies of unsuspecting consumers.
One animal lover cashed in her savings to try and buy the animals before they hit the chopping block, but she can't possibly adopt them all.
In his piece 'Chinese Bible,' the infamous artist inverts his focus away from violence to quiet introspection.
An excerpt from the searing novel about love and war in Maoist China, reissued today from NYRB Classics.
We met artist and activist Wu Yuren to discuss the police beatings, false imprisonment, and regular surveillance he has received at the hands of the People's Republic.
Miki's traveled to Beijing 88 times in the last 15 years to procure knockoff goods for his "boutique."
They claim the Chinese Government Is Selling Their Organs to Foreigners.
It was some of the easiest money I'd ever made—all I had to do was dodge the hands of my drunken, amorous clients.
This week we head to Egypt to investigate the looting of priceless antiquities and then travel to China, where millionaires pay big bucks to bring white guys to their parties.
In his new book, Australian artist Paul Schonberger captures the unique ability of older men to "not give a fuck."
"The best sex dolls are a modern day work of art," says the owner of one of China's biggest manufacturers of silicone dolls. "She can satisfy our heart's most tender dreams and desires."
A recent government crackdown has made dealers and users nervous, but it hasn't stopped people from getting high in the Chinese capital.
Yemen digs out of the rubble after Saudi airstrikes, China rescues 64 babies from human trafficking gangs, and more in today's VICE News Capsule.
There's only one Kenyan artist, Yvonne Brandle-Amolo, at the exhibition. The rest of the names at the pavilion belong to a number of artists from China, plus the Italian Armando Tanzini.
The sexy sendoffs are popular in rural parts of the country, where a good turnout at a funeral is seen as a sign of good fortune.
We talk to the author of a new book on the epidemic of impotence in China and look at how people's attitudes toward sexuality are changing in the country.
Australian Defence Force personnel will today begin a training exercise with the United States and the Philippines in the contested waters of the South China Sea.
The smog in Beijing is bad, but the incompetent official attempts to clean it up have been worse.
Finally receiving a proper theatrical release in the US 23 years after it was made, Rebels of the Neon God is a fitting introduction to Tsai's singular style and a haunting work.
Fake antimalarial pills sold on the black market have helped create a drug resistant malaria strain. We look at who's selling them and the problems they're causing.
The Government is about to publish their long-term defence strategy and Alan Dupont is worried. We asked the security expert and former diplomat about why Australia is falling behind the times.
You can get anything you want at the famous shopping center—provided your are willing to suffer through a certain amount of abuse and drama.