Asia Pacific

Covering all issues relating to the Asia Pacific region and how they affect Vancouver, British Columbia and Canada

Security increased for Canadian diplomats in China after Huawei arrest

Officials working to see Canadian detained by Beijing police, second Canadian unreachable

UPDATED: Huawei exec offers to enter de facto house arrest

Lawyers for Meng Wanzhou tell Vancouver court the CFO for tech giant Huawei is willing to be supervised by private security firm

B.C. suspends Chinese leg of Asia forestry mission after Huawei arrest

The largest-ever B.C. forestry trade mission to Asia will return home four days early after officials say they are skipping their scheduled visit to China in light of the arrest of a Huawei...

UPDATE: Huawei exec’s Vancouver arrest drags Canada into U.S.-China dispute

The CFO of Chinese mobile tech giant Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., who is also the daughter of the company’s founder and a leading voice in China’s new economic model, was arrested at Vancouver...

B.C.’s forest sector turns to Asia as U.S. market cools

Industry, government launch trade mission to China, Japan, South Korea

Taiwan plays up potential as gateway for ASEAN trade

B.C. businesses eyeing Southeast Asian market urged to ‘go with a friend’

B.C.'s largest-ever forestry delegation to visit China, Japan, South Korea in December

One year after leading B.C.’s largest-ever forestry-sector delegation to Asia, B.C. Forests/Rural Development Minister Doug Donaldson is taking an even larger group to three key Asian countries this...

Nanny shortage hurting economy, advocates claim

Delays worry proponents of program to bring in Filipino domestic workers

Small businesses take B.C. brand to Shanghai

Interest in China import expo remains strong despite rising international trade tensions

Locals take long-term view in unpredictable China

B.C. entrepreneurs’ tech-park plans outline the patience needed to capitalize in Asia