Chuck Chiang

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

Meng Wanzhou extradition hearings enter final phase next week

The process was delayed for three months from the original scheduled final committal date of May, when Meng asked the court to introduce new evidence from HSBC.

Still possible for Canadian retail brands to grow business in China, official says

For Canadian retail brands already committed to the Chinese market through e-commerce, the growing antagonism and rising trade barriers between Beijing and the West have not seriously impeded...

Judge: Meng’s bid to introduce new evidence failed due to extradition court’s limited role

The judge presiding over the Meng Wanzhou extradition case said the Huawei Technologies executive’s latest bid to introduce new evidence failed because it does not address issues that fit within the...

Can Canucks business rebound with a winning season?

Consumer confidence, Seattle competition stumbling blocks for team’s return to normalcy

Feds allow Blue Jays to play home games in Canada; Vancouver teams waiting

The federal government has granted the first exemption for a Canadian-based professional sports franchise whose league largely resides in the United States to resume home games in Canada. The...

Density considered key to local business vitality

Resident numbers fundamental for local business survival, urban planners say

Abbotsford AHL team chooses Canucks as team name

The Vancouver Canucks’ new AHL affiliate in Abbotsford will also be known as the Canucks, the team announced today. The minor league team will retain the Canucks’ green and blue colour theme but use...

Parking plan would squeeze out working class: expert

Urban planner warns of economic consequences from city’s proposed parking fees

UPDATED: Court rejects Meng Wanzhou's bid to introduce new HSBC evidence

BC Supreme Court associate chief justice confirms Hong Kong court documents will not be included in proceedings