Ever wondered how some of the world’s largest gangs operate? VICE went in and uncovered the world of Taiwan’s most notorious, 10 000-strong Mafia.
Crashing a really expensive car on purpose doesn’t really make any sense. This Porsche-loving chap would beg to differ.
Just before celebrations were set to commence for Chinese New Year, a earthquake hit Taiwan and has left utter destruction.
If you thought smashing that vase or cracking the TV were bloopers wait until you see this kid in action. Just a 350-year-old painting down the tubes, no biggy.
Everyone loves an underdog story and we’ve got a ripper from the Eastern Cape on our hands. This ostrich farmer isn’t about to bury his head in the sand.
You know that airplane that cartwheeled over the highway, narrowly missing landing on an unsuspecting taxi? Here’s the taxi.
Some crazy footage this morning as a driver’s dashboard camera captures the moment a Taiwanese plane careens out of control over a highway bridge.
When people start dropping dead from exhaustion at internet cafés around Taiwan, we may have a slight problem with gaming addiction. Really okes, grab a nap already.
After the worlds first bitcoin ATM, Robocoin, was installed in Canada, it set the digital currency in motion – and it seems to be heading in the direction of Asia.
It’s just what you’ve been waiting for! Or is it? Either way, DIY plastic surgery is a big thing now. Especially in Asia.
In a society where failure is not part of their vocabulary, it seems parents will enlist their children in anything if it means they have a competitive advantage in life. This Kindergarten in Taiwan is one of many facilities made available.
Apple Maps is in hot water yet again, this time not because some poor guy tried to get to Constantia and ended up in Turkey, but rather for revealing sensitive military information. Taiwanese authorities have asked Apple to take Google’s lead, and rather post low-res pics of sensitive places.
Wonderful. A Taiwanese court ruled this week that a female food-blogger’s claim that a local restaurant’s beef noodles “were too salty” justified 30 days in detention, and two years of probation. Even better, she has to pay 200,000 Taiwenese dollars (about 50K ZAR) in compensation to the restaurant.