Chuck Chiang

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

B.C. court rules against Concord Pacific in Plaza of Nations case

The Supreme Court of British Columbia has sided with Oei Hong Leong in a lengthy legal battle between the Singapore-based magnate and Vancouver development giant Concord Pacific Group over the Plaza...

Scuttled Alfa condo project cites lawsuit from primary contractor among reasons for termination

The last-minute cancellation of a 15-storey mixed-use residential tower in Richmond that has spurred outrage from pre-sale buyers stemmed from a costly dispute between the project’s developer and...

High gas prices could cause long-term financial fallout

Survey reveals Metro Vancouver’s pump prices may be hurting ability to save, pay off debt

Pro sports teams struggle to reverse business decline

Canucks, Lions and Whitecaps aiming for comebacks in standings and at the box office

B.C. meat producers push for quick end to export ban

Industry leaders cite China’s domestic meat-supply issues in call to remove barriers to Canadian pork, beef

Extradition law could clip Hong Kong’s wings as travel hub

Business travellers fear ‘reverse Meng Wanzhou’ arrests at Hong Kong airport if Chinese legislation passes

China suspends all Canadian meat imports, citing forged certifications

China has banned all Canadian meat imports as of Wednesday, citing the detection of a substance that is legal in Canada but outlawed in the Chinese market.  The news comes amidst rapidly...

B.C. gas prices may affect travel, other consumer behaviours this summer: Report

Metro Vancouver's gas prices - while seeing somewhat of a lull from record-highs in April- could still play a heavy role in the way residents spend their consumer dollars this summer. That's the...

Asian unrest stokes B.C. business fears

Protests threaten Hong Kong’s role as Canada’s Asian market gateway

Tsawwassen First Nation balancing economy, environment in Terminal 2 debate

The First Nation has serious concerns about the port expansion’s environmental impact