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In The Ring with Mexico’s Ultra-Violent Wrestlers

In The Ring with Mexico’s Ultra-Violent Wrestlers

We are here in Tulancingo, Hidalgo home of extreme wrestling in Mexico. We are going to meet the people that brought this type of wrestling from Japan to Mexico. Wrestling is one of the most important cultural events in Mexico. It’s a form of entertainment among Mexican families that has been practiced for more than eight decades. It’s become so…

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Desert Drifters: Illegal Street Drifting in Saudi Arabia

Desert Drifters: Illegal Street Drifting in Saudi Arabia

Drifting. It’s the controlled blocking of the wheels at high speeds. The car swerves, swiveling from one side to the other. And that’s the kick right there. It’s about maintaining control of your car at all times. They’re hazardous moves on public streets and have become one of the most popular hobbies among young Saudis. At the same time a…

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VICE Korea: Uncovering the Wild, Weird and Wondrous

VICE Korea: Uncovering the Wild, Weird and Wondrous

This is dying meditation, So, they are looking back on their life. Hello. How long, every day, do you spend doing makeup? Two hours. So, couples like us go to motels to spend more time together, away from home and our parents. In the past, eating dinner together after work was an important aspect of Korean culture. At present, as…

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Art Talk: Michele O’Marah

Art Talk: Michele O’Marah

[MUSIC PLAYING] MICHELE O’MARAH: My name’s Michele O’Marah. [LAUGHS] I’m a video artist. -So then, the first video art project that you made was the “For Those About to Rock” videos? MICHELE O’MARAH: Yeah, it was sort of seven short videos. And it’s my history of indie rock or punk rock, I guess you would say– the Velvet Underground, the…

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