Asia Pacific

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

Year in review: Fallout deepens with each delay in Meng case, observers warn

A protracted extradition process for Huawei CFO will worsen outlook for B.C., Canadian businesses with Chinese exposure

Quick start for rural immigration fast-track program

Plan seeks to woo more foreign entrepreneurs to areas outside of urban centres

Defence, prosecution oppose cameras in courtroom

Huawei CFO, Crown seek to block media request to broadcast extradition proceedings

Newsmaker of the year: Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou

Company executive’s arrest could cause permanent Canada-China relations rift: experts

U.S.-China trade talks pose challenges for B.C.

The outcome of on-again, off-again talks between Washington and Beijing on resolving their tariff war – and their effect on trade between B.C. and China – remain cloudy and won’t become clear until...

Coastal First Nations woo Asian tourist market

Haida Gwaii leaders meet with Chinese officials in bid to attract more overseas visitors

Report on CPTPP shows Canada's trade with others still impacted by China, U.S.

The 11-nation Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership trade bloc - or CPTPP - has been championed by many in Ottawa in recent months as a ray of hope in an otherwise darkening global...

Uncertainty clouds Hong Kong’s business future

Experts divided on whether B.C. companies should stay or leave as unrest continues

Canadian firms try to thwart China’s IP squatters

Beijing’s stronger protections on intellectual property spur interest overseas

Meng Wanzhou publishes blog post marking anniversary of her arrest

It’s been one year since Huawei’s chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou, was arrested at YVR. Currently on house arrest in Vancouver while out on $10 million bail, she has taken time off to write a...