Chuck Chiang

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

Canadians put more trust in their own employers than in politicians: survey

People seeking ‘champions’ among business leaders, Edelman Vancouver general manager says

Influential Women In Business: Kaity Arsoniadis-Stein

Maritime Centre chief urges Vancouver to pursue lucrative service versatility in the shipping sector

B.C. startup catering to Alipay’s mobile food plans

Chinese e-payment giant eyes niche market in deal with food-ordering app developer

B.C. invests to expand immigrant settlement and employment services by 45%

The provincial government will invest $5.6 million to expand BC Settlement and Integration Services (BCSIS) to expand services by 45%, officials announced Friday. In addition to the provincial...

Trade associations caught in the middle of Ottawa-Beijing conflict

Canadian multinationals or small and medium-sized businesses with more diversified client bases may be able to find ways to adjust to the growing unease between Canada and China in the wake of the...

Uneasy Year of the Pig arrives for China-dependent B.C. companies

Chinese New Year dawns on a jittery business landscape as Huawei dispute casts uncertainty over access to overseas markets

Update: Huawei CFO appears in Vancouver courtroom after U.S. spells out charges against her

Meng Wanzhou in court to alter bail conditions and set appearance dates, a day after U.S. authorities claim "company-wide" effort to steal trade secrets

Immigrant pre-arrival services are wise investment, expert says

New funding highlights economic benefits of entrepreneur newcomers, policy adviser says

Alipay’s Vancouver head office scores major advances in Canada

While Alipay has grown rapidly in its first year of Canadian operations, the Chinese e-payment giant plans to focus on the spending patterns of tourists, students and other consumers from China,...

Plaintiff in multimillion-dollar Oei fraud case fights to stay in Canada

Jiang Yicheng to apply for asylum on grounds that Chinese government is persecuting him