Malaysian political earthquake could rock B.C. LNG sector

Opposition’s surprising win likely to lead to changes for energy player Petronas

South Korea looks to B.C. for virtual reality ventures

Delegation of overseas companies reaches out to Vancouver’s technology sector

Canadians feeling a greater sense of connection with Asia Pacific region than a few years ago: poll

Canadians appear to be warming up to moving closer with the Asia-Pacific region this year - just as Canada’s relationship with the United States seems to be suffering a rapid deterioration -...

Port Coquitlam company riding high in Asian theme parks

From the mountains to the coastline, Metro Vancouver is known for its many attractions. However, large theme parks are not among them. But despite the absence of a major amusement park on Canada’s...

Canada’s commitment to Asian market questioned

Perception persists in Southeast Asia that Canadian business is not serious about the region

Vancouver's growing VR/AR tech reputation draws interest from South Korea

Vancouver’s growing reputation as a hub for virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technology development is now drawing international interest, with a delegation of South Korean firms...

Vancouver Chinese-Canadian charity seeks mainstream appeal

Facing major demographic change, Vancouver non-profit aims to open up to English-speaking community

Chinese investor blasts B.C. officials over failure of Skeena mill revival

Former paper magnate says expropriation of Prince Rupert site sets bad precedent for foreign investors

Vancouver hotel’s China-ready initiative showing dividends in guest numbers

2018 is shaping up to be among Metro Vancouver’s most successful years in terms of attracting Chinese tourists, if numbers from one local hotel are any indication. Holiday Inn Vancouver-Centre...

China trade plan: get personal with foreign exporters

Beijing embarks on bid to seek more inbound business through face-to-face networking