Chuck Chiang

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

Vancouver's GCT Terminals agrees to sell U.S. assets in New York, New Jersey

Vancouver’s GCT Global Container Terminals Inc. will sell its American terminal assets to a French conglomerate for an undisclosed sum, the companies announced. The deal, announced Tuesday, will...

B.C. food producers put Denmark on export market menu

Local companies eyeing Copenhagen as a key high-end entry point for exports into Europe  

How is the new post-pandemic workplace working?

Office life permanently changed by pandemic? Looks likely, experts say

Canada's Indo-Pacific Strategy signals trade as new dominant foreign policy: Analyst

While opinions on Canada’s long-awaited Indo-Pacific Strategy – released earlier this week - are mixed, one former diplomat said the commitment to focus more on the region is ultimately good...

Ocean carriers grapple with mega-profit math complications

Shipping sector looks to sustainable growth after reaping benefits from pandemic demand

How should businesses deal with employees' day-off requests during FIFA World Cup?

Canada's first appearance in decades expected to spike fan enthusiasm, while games' start times in B.C. range from 7 to 11 a.m.

Taking the temperature of winter business in B.C.

Early numbers generating optimism for B.C. ski resorts banking on a post-pandemic rebound 

Collaboration is key to cargo decongestion: Port boss

Prince Rupert’s rise aids Vancouver’s, Canada’s Asia-Pacific Gateway

Supply chain resiliency depends on quick expansion of port capacity: VFPA president

In his annual address to local business leaders, the top executive at Vancouver Fraser Port Authority again took aim at the federal regulatory approval process for major projects as being too slow...

Feds announce $75M investment in Prince Rupert port

The funding will go towards the building of a second berth at Prince Rupert’s Trigon Pacific facility – formerly known as Ridley Terminals