Volume 13 Issue 10
Chinatown: New York's Seward Park is a riot of incredibly fit senior citizens by 6 AM every day. Near the north end of the park, a tai chi group of about 40 members practices to a stereo blasting pentatonic music.
In June 2006, between 20 and 30 students from a technical college in Bangkok, Thailand, were gathered at a bar. A man who did not know these students made a disrespectful comment which led to the man’s death.
In 2002, Cambodia and the US had a meeting and Cambodia agreed to take back its refugees. Cambodian refugees who were released from prison that year had a choice: They could return to Cambodia or try to receive immigrant status from the US.
The Sputnik gang is the biggest in the Philippines. It’s so enormous that it’s difficult to keep track of all the smaller, weaker branches at the bottom of its hierarchy.
I was in Mumbai a little while ago, so I visited the Laughter Yoga club. That's this type of yoga where they meet in the park every morning and basically have group hysterics. It's not a club or anything-it's just a bunch of guys who get together and...
VICE made me join three cults for this issue: Adidam, the Moonies, and Aleph. Since Adidam tops the list of "controversial groups" at cult watchdog Rick Ross's website, I figured it'd be the best place to start.
We know you think your shit don’t stink but you can’t be sure until you clean it with dudu soap. It gets out those deep, brown shit stains that shit holds on to like its life depended on it.
In a town called Peshawar in the wild west of Pakistan, there's a gang that call themselves God's Children. They are rough guys, some as young as 13, armed to the hilt with Kalashnikovs and six-shooter revolvers, who cruise around doing good deeds in...