Chuck Chiang

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

Canadian Football League back in business – for now

CFL’s return masks uncertainty surrounding ticket sales, long-term financial sustainability

Expert: Decision to cease honours programs will have economic consequences

The decision by Vancouver schools to cut honours programs will not only not resolve issues of inequity for students, but severely damage the city’s ability to maximize its human resources for a...

B.C. container terminal tussle complicated by potential federal election

Future of port expansion plans could depend on who holds power in Ottawa after a countrywide vote

BC Lions hoping for more fans in stands by scheduling home dates late

The BC Lions will return in 2021 with a 14-game schedule that leans heavily on home dates in September and later months. The Lions will begin the season with three road games out of four - Aug. 6 at...

CFL to launch season on Aug. 5; B.C. Lions to announce plan for fans

Coinciding with B.C. announcing a shift to Stage-2 reopening on Tuesday, the Canadian Football League announced it will launch the 2021 season on Aug. 5. The league’s board of directors unanimously...

Meng Wanzhou returns to court to seek publication ban on key evidence

Documents are “critical” to defence argument that Huawei executive did not mislead bank at risk of violating U.S. sanctions on Iran

Meng Wanzhou seeks publication ban on new HSBC evidence

The Meng Wanzhou extradition hearings will make a premature resumption on Monday, when the Huawei Technologies CFO will ask the court for a publication ban on new evidence she plans to...

Canada tightly bound to China despite calls to cut connections

Trade ties difficult to loosen even though there is a public, political push to alter course

Marketing Metro Vancouver in Canada’s next immigration wave

Vancouver needs to sell purpose, not lifestyle, to maximize immigration gains, analysts say

DP World's Fraser Surrey port terminal to use new tech to suppress dust loss in bulk goods

DP World’s Fraser Surrey port terminal will be the first in Western Canada to use a new “revolving container” technology in transporting dry bulk commodities from source to shipping vessels,...