Chuck Chiang

Trilingual multimedia journalist for print/online/radio/video. Specializes in Asia-Pacific relations with Western Canada.

Uncertainty clouds Hong Kong’s business future

Experts divided on whether B.C. companies should stay or leave as unrest continues

Canadian firms try to thwart China’s IP squatters

Beijing’s stronger protections on intellectual property spur interest overseas

Deep divide in attitudes toward China: poll

With a recent research poll from the University of British Columbia (UBC) showing less than one-third of Canadians have a favourable view of China, observers say that chill in public opinion is now...

Canadian brands dodge flak in Huawei conflict

Despite the deep-freeze in Canada-China relations due to last December’s arrest of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. CFO Meng Wanzhou, fears that Chinese consumers may turn on Canadian brands appear to...

Hong Kong unrest has already caused at least one Canadian business to avoid market, official says

The current ongoing unrest in Hong Kong has already caused at least one Canadian company to change its decision to set up operations in the Chinese Special Administration Region, and other Canadian...

No turning back for some B.C. companies in China

Many firms wary of deeper involvement, but those that have committed are in for long haul

B.C. rules tangle cannabis tourism

Bureaucracy presents roadblocks for sector

Trade goliaths hurting global commerce: former WTO director general

Pascal Lamy urges Canada to help counter digital dominance by U.S., China and EU

Report says imported Asian labour issue divides Canadians

Views vary on immigration as a solution to the country’s skilled labour shortage

Door to Japan still open to Canada: former ambassador

But Kenjiro Monji says the two need to develop a relationship that is deeper than trade