Chuck Chiang

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

Gastown, Chinatown re-emerging from COVID economic malaise

Optimism up for merchants, businesses in Vancouver’s hard-hit historic neighbourhoods

BC Lions games to be broadcast on AM730 through new Corus deal

The BC Lions’ radio broadcast rights have been picked up for the next two years by Corus Entertainment, and games this season will be available on AM730, the team announced this morning. The Lions...

Canada cautioned to put its trade eggs in more baskets

Experts stress importance of diversification in a divided world

UPDATED: Crown, Meng defence trade fire in preview to August committal hearings

Crown lawyers and Meng Wanzhou’s defence traded fire in her extradition case today over defence efforts to introduce new HSBC evidence that showed the bank knew of Huawei Technologies’ relationship...

UPDATE: New HSBC evidence would render U.S. reasons for Meng extradition 'unreliable'

The Meng Wanzhou extradition hearings resume for two days this week to consider whether or not the court will include new documents obtained by the defence from Hong Kong courts. The new documents,...

The business of heat: B.C. heat wave presents health, productivity risks to people working from home

A health expert is warning that the unprecedented heat wave seen in Metro Vancouver and throughout B.C. this week may pose productivity hindrances – if not outright health hazards – for the large...

Meng Wanzhou loses bid for publication ban on new HSBC evidence

Huawei Technologies CFO Meng Wanzhou has lost her bid for a publication ban on new evidence she hopes to introduce in her fight against extradition to the United States, media was informed...

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