Chuck Chiang

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

SUCCESS granted $22.4m to improve pre-arrival services for immigrants

Vancouver non-profit immigrants services organization SUCCESS will be receiving $22.4 million in funding from Ottawa to improve pre-arrival services to new immigrants to Canada – a move that may pay...

YVR expansion, rail plan brighten cloudy transportation forecast air and rail

For 2019, the eyes of the transportation industry in B.C. and Western Canada will be trained on issues ranging from the Canadian domestic rail capacity crunch to the potential of chilled trade...

Canada needs to rethink anti-foreign investment rules: analysts

Canada’s shortcomings in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) are gaining a reputation in international markets, and experts say the main problem is an anti-FDI attitude that has bled into...

Huawei backlash could hurt B.C. education industry

The growing backlash against Canada from China in the wake of the Vancouver arrest of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. CFO Meng Wanzhou is likely to at least have a short-term impact on B.C.’s...

B.C. farm workers' minimum wage rise to match percentage increase of other sectors

The minimum wage for B.C. farm workers paid by piece rate will next week finally rise to match the percentage increase in the general minimum wage in the province, officials announced. The B.C....

Huawei arrest fallout expected to hurt Vancouver’s travel, retail sectors

Consumer anger in China could have far-reaching consequences for B.C. businesses

B.C. trade officials ponder next move as China turns up heat over Huawei arrest

Canadians should ‘exercise a high degree of caution in China,’ foreign affairs minister says

Flight risk of Chinese exec ‘reduced to an acceptable level,’ judge says

Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou to live under house arrest at multimillion-dollar Vancouver home

Huawei CFO Meng wins bail release on $10 million bail

Bail for Chinese executive includes $7 million cash deposit and restrictions on movement within the Lower Mainland