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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 12, 2011
Dog ban goes too far
The new dog ban in Jiangmen, Guangdong, shows progress for the voice of the people but not for dog owners.
July 19, 2011
A 'Naked Wedding': Rethinking requirements
Young lovers who are brave enough to marry for the commitment of sharing the rest of their lives with each other, regardless of financial guarantees, are, in my eyes, the heroes of the modern climate.
July 7, 2011
Lu Liping's homophobic 'tweets' spark a double edged debate
Micro blogging celebrities should reflect and learn from the strong barrage of criticism Lu Liping's cruel and antiquated remarks have received.
April 19, 2011
Encourage don't disparage on the road to integration
British Prime Minister David Cameron is wrong to say immigrants don't want to integrate. Often the fault lies with the host community.
February 11, 2011
Chinese hit London for a spendthrift Lunar New Year
Whilst many bleat on about the negative effects China's new found wealth is having on the west, the UK is irrefutably benefiting from China's increasing prosperity –You only had to be shopping in London during the last few days, to understand why.
February 9, 2011
Could the world's largest volcano devastate America?
Following the 2004 Tsunami, and the 2010 Haiti earthquake, the world is wondering when and where the next natural disaster will strike. Some experts say the Yellowstone Caldera, a super-volcano in the USA, will be the next to spread chaos and carnage. What are the chances of the world's largest super-volcano erupting for the first time in 600,000 years?
December 30, 2010
Universities cannot exist without arts and humanities
Students, ex-students, future students; they are all in uproar in Great Britain since the government announced plans to literally triple undergraduate tuition fees.
November 22, 2010
Bring abortion out of the dark ages in Africa and save women's lives
The ethics about abortion will always spark debate. Whilst many see it as every woman's right, others regard it as an immoral sin.
November 1, 2010
Rocketing food prices spark fear of more global chaos
The price of meat recently reached a 20-year high, and across the world the cost of wheat and maize has jumped a whopping 30 percent.
September 14, 2010
Billionaires bullying billionaires
Refuse a charity-dinner invitation with Bill Gates? It may seem unlikely, but that's what several Chinese billionaires did.
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