The 'Mulan' Co-Star Redefining What It Means to Be Asian On-Screen
“We can paint and validate our own stories.”
A Man Was Caught Stealing Human Toes From a ‘Body Worlds’ Exhibit
Thankfully, the digits have been returned to the exhibit.
This 85-Year-Old Woman Teaches Injured Penguins to Swim
Adorable photos from early-morning swimming lessons on a New Zealand beach.
What It’s Like as a Waitress to Watch Your Messy Valentine’s Day Tinder Date
Valentine’s Day is the same in every restaurant I’ve worked at but a couple of years ago, I watched one customer accidentally arrange two Tinder dates for the same night.
How New Zealand's Millennial Artists are Confronting Generational Stigma
Are millennials equally lost and lamentable the world over? A recent trio of forward-looking exhibitions in New Zealand suggests that youth remains a truly international—and consistently problematic—art-world obsession.
The Restless Youth Issue
Auckland's Youngest Mayoral Candidate Didn't Win, but Will She Make It to Parliament?
Chlöe Swarbrick came third in a field of 19, but even this was an achievement.
last week in art
'Graffiti Mecca' 5Pointz to Finally Get Its Day in Court
Also in art news: a pink diamond sold for $79.5 million, and an Israeli archeologist found a 3,500-year-old pinky finger.
Cut Off Your Hands Return with a Song About Shitty, Super Wealthy Neighbors
The Auckland band release their first song in five years.
Action Bronson Got High in New Zealand and Ate a Crazy Burger
On an all new episode of 'Fuck, That's Delicious,' Action shows Meyhem his favorite burger truck in Auckland before premiering a new song at a strip club.
Crispy Ham Hocks Are Giving Action Bronson and Kiwis the Feels at This New Zealand Restaurant
When Depot opened on Auckland’s Federal Street in 2011, many Kiwis lost their minds over an inimitable experience that evokes unexpected—and welcomed—feelings.
Be Manipulated By Madeira’s Dreamy Electronic Pop
The former front-woman of Yumi Zouma, presents pop music that is both dark and dance friendly.
Meet the Auckland Boys Who Blast Celine Dion from Tiny Bikes
A group of young Mormons who call themselves "Straight Outta Roskill" rig up their pushbikes to blast music through sophisticated car battery systems.