UK Editor in Chief
Zing Tsjeng is the editor in chief of VICE UK and the author of the Forgotten Women book series. She specialises in women's and LGBTQ rights, politics, culture and lifestyle.
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We're just as surprised as you are.
"I was so bored I crawled inside a cardboard box for fun."