VICE News visits Kontech, a TV maker in Shenzhen that sends about a quarter of its products to the U.S., as they work 12 hours a day, 6 days a week trying to deliver as many orders as possible.
An ultra-successful YouTuber is hoping he can be big in China, without angering authorities.
“They charged me with the crime of selling illegal books. So it's obvious that if I stayed in Hong Kong, I'd be dead for sure.”
Fans and families like things the way they are.
Huawei tried to save its image over a weeklong press junket.
This dictionary could help North and South Koreans communicate — if it ever gets finished.
We visited the set of “Baby Shark” in Korea
She left her home in North Korea eight years ago, and she’s desperately been trying to make her way back ever since.
4 million people have been blocked from buying high-speed train tickets, and worse consequences, over their low "social credit" scores
Chinese consumers don’t seem to mind that Alibaba’s new supermarkets collect more data than ever
Billions of people are watching, but there’s just one hitch: None of this should be happening.