Managing Editor, Asia-Pacific, VICE World Newsalan.email@example.com
Alan Wong is Managing Editor, Asia-Pacific, at VICE World News. He focuses on China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan issues and manages journalists in ten countries to cover the world's most populous region.
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The guards have since been hailed as heroes by the Ukrainian president.
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