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VICE News visits Kontech, a TV maker in Shenzhen that sends about half of its products to the U.S., as they work 12 hours a day, 7 days a week trying to deliver as many orders as possible.
Four of a group of nine researchers were accused of “sowing corruption on earth,” and could be sentenced to death.
Following the shift in recovery focus to pregnancy and babies, states are recognizing that mothers have been cut out of the picture.
An ultra-successful YouTuber is hoping he can be big in China, without angering authorities.
We talked to him about his life of fraud, and the hot new target for forgers: black artists.
“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.”
Forced disappearances and reports of torture mark President Xi Jinping's justice record.
“Real life stopped mattering to me,” says founder Fredrick Brennan.
Immigrants' kids are in serious need of health care. One clinic in New Orleans is trying to help.