Nepal

Munchies

My Altitude Sickness Didn't Ruin the Pizza at Mount Everest's Basecamp

You never know what you’re going to get at the Nepalese teahouses along your trek.
Natalie B. Compton
4.3.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Nepalese Women Keep Dying After Being Banished to ‘Period Huts'

A centuries-old tradition known as 'chhaupadi' forces people to leave the family home while they're menstruating.
Gavin Butler
2.19.19
Australia Today

This Guy Just Became the First Paraplegic to Reach Everest Base Camp

Scott Doolan, 28, was paralysed from the waist down as a teenager.
Maddison Connaughton
4.4.18
Toronto

Fighting Gentrification with Blood Sausage in Toronto's 'Little Tibet'

“This is my neighbourhood. When I first came to Canada, I lived in this neighbourhood, so this is my neighbourhood.”
Nick Rose
12.7.17
Essays

Linkin Park Provided Vital Inspiration for Nepal's Rocker Kids

As bombs fell around them, Chester Bennington's lyrics resonated with and inspired an entire generation of Nepalese metalheads.
Tulika Bose
7.27.17
Restaurants

Meet the Indian Chefs Bringing Modern Himalayan Cuisine to London

"You can't take away the fact that I'm Indian, so we're cooking food that's from all around the Himalayas," says Harneet Baweja, whose menu at the recently opened Madame D's spans momos, chili paneer, and masala lamb noodles.
Daisy Meager
5.4.17
Vince Staples

Check Out the Second Episode of the VICE Magazine Podcast

This month, we talk about Greek anarchists helping refugees, Vince Staples's relationship with the media, the likelihood of hitting the lottery, and much more.
Ellis Jones
3.13.17
The Tight Squeeze Issue

Harvesting Psychedelic Honey in the Mountains of Nepal

In this month's Artifact, VICE's Chloe Campion remembers hiking through the Himalayas to film a documentary about a mystical, hallucinogenic honey.
Chloe Campion
3.13.17
Scene Reports

Kathmandu's Extreme Metal Scene Puts Nepal on the Global Metal Map

From Kathmandu to the hinterlands of the Himalayan foothills, extreme metal gains a foothold in the second-highest country on earth.
Joe Henley
2.28.17
INDIA

Tibetan Refugees Are the Masterminds Behind Delhi’s Favourite Dumplings

When Tibetans fled their homeland and settled in India, they brought their momos—thin-skinned dumplings stuffed with meat, vegetables, or cheese—along with them.
Natalie B. Compton
1.17.17
Art

A Giant Donald Trump Rooster Invaded China | Last Week in Art

And Nintendo dished out a New Years miracle.
Nathaniel Ainley
1.3.17
Film

The UN's Latest VR Film Connects You with a Nepalese Earthquake Survivor

Sabita survived an earthquake that left nearly 9,000 people dead, 22,000 injured, and 3 million displaced.
Beckett Mufson
12.17.16
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