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Gabrielle Pickard
Gabrielle has been a freelance journalist since she finished a degree in Media and Journalism in Liverpool, England. She spends most of her time rallying between the UK and Spain writing articles for various publications and teaching Spanish to British expatriates.
August 3, 2013
GSK's bitter pill could be best medicine for all
The shocking revelations of the recent GSK graft scandal could end up benefiting Chinese consumers in the form of cheaper, quality medicines.
August 5, 2012
IOC is a sitting duck in Olympic empty seat blame game
The empty seats at London's Olympic venues are annoying to those whose ticket applications were denied due to apparently sold-out venues. They are also an indictment of the IOC's inability to learn from past mistakes.
July 15, 2012
Exorbitant security force dampens London 2012 fever
London braces for the 2012 Games as locals start to feel the squeeze of the city's tightened security presence.
June 30, 2012
Let women wear what they want
Instead of droning on about who perpetuates a sexual assault, society should devote more time to prosecuting the true offender.
December 4, 2011
China's global domination moves into winemaking in Bordeaux
China is extending its presence in many different markets across the world, wine-making business is one of them.
November 3, 2011
Brits in Spain: The last of a dying breed
The sluggish economy in Spain has driven high the living expenses, thus forcing Britons living abroad to head back home.
October 30, 2011
'Green scarf' harms kids
The discriminatory tactic of wearing a green scarf only damages a child's self-esteem instead of motivating him or her to achieve better grades.
October 20, 2011
Galvanise pedestrian safety and put a tighter leash on children
I believe the focus of the story should be concerned with advocating pedestrian safety and greater parental responsibility.
October 1, 2011
Let's commend Chen Guangbiao for his crusade to save the planet
Although Chen Guangbiao's action was a little extreme, it is praiseworthy for if we don't take serious and bold steps into promoting greener living, our planet will be destroyed.
September 6, 2011
Don't force 'facts of life' on children
Teaching children about sex robs them of their innocence, naivety, and, ultimately, their childhood.
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