We talked to five emerging directors and producers to find out what they think of Chinese cinema, feminism, and selling out.
Photographer Jian Gao traveled down one of the longest rivers in the world to see how demand for sand is driving the region toward a crisis it might not be able to come back from.
Lao Zheng is a firearms fanatic—but since guns are outlawed in China, he set up a "shooting camp" in the Philippines to train Chinese tourists to handle a weapon in any situation.
Wubin says he has no time for big-name 'fake' kung fu masters.
Chungking Mansions used to be isolated, an island in Kowloon's dense urban sprawl feared by outsiders as place of disorder and chaos.
VICE went to Shanghai to meet the Chinese pro skater who tore it up for more than a decade before taking a three-year hiatus.