Grace Wong

Freelance Journalist, Writer and Photographer

Location icon United Kingdom



The Guardian - Environment Bike Blog
Why must cycling companies saddle women with pink?

Barriers to women starting cycling are complex. But the marketing from the cycling industry doesn't appear to be helping. Assos, a high-end cycling brand, recently faced criticisms over photos of its bare-chested female model in bib shorts while their male model wore a jersey.


The Guardian - Environment
Ford Focus Electric launched in the UK

Sales of electric cars could move out of the slow lane with the arrival of an electric version of the world's best-selling car. The Ford Focus Electric, which goes on sale in the UK on Thursday, runs entirely on battery power for up to 100 miles between charges and has a top speed of 85mph.

The Guardian - Environment
Protests continue in Bucharest against gold mine plan in Rosia Montana

About 1,000 people gathered in Bucharest on Tuesday night for a third day of protests against plans for Europe's biggest opencast gold mine. Thousands of citizens first took to the streets on Sunday, in cities across the country, spurred by the Romanian government's recent draft bill to allow Canadian company, Gabriel Resources, to mine gold and silver at the Carpathian town, Rosia Montana.

Lambeth Weekender
Dutch Plan SW8 Embassy

Dutch embassy relocates to Nine Elms Embassy Gardens development


The Guardian - Culture
It's not a bug, it's a feature: the rise of glitch art

Glitches. We've all seen them: an unexpected blast of pixelated, hallucinatory jagged lines spreading across our TVs and computer screens. A digital bug fractures the image we're looking at and, for a frustrating moment, interrupts the film, game or photograph before it returns to normal.

Mail Online / Rex Features
British couple swap the rat race for the wilderness by giving up their day jobs to help protect...

Aaron Gekoski, 33, co-owned a London model agency Gemma Catlin, 32, worked as a hospitality consultant in the capital The pair are now conservation photojournalists and film documentaries PUBLISHED: 10:00 EST, 13 August 2013 | UPDATED: 10:02 EST, 13 August 2013 British couple swapped the rat race for the wilderness by giving up their day jobs to travel the world, working as conservation photojournalists and filming documentaries about endangered animals.

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