I am not blindly supporting the students. I am simply supporting anyone who fights for justice.
A group of ethnic Chinese parents who hit headlines in Vancouver by scuffling with supporters of striking teachers is claiming credit for helping end the industrial action and getting children...
Caspar Fownes may play the class clown at times, throwing around Canto curse words to keep the local media entertained and raucously celebrating wins with high fives to anyone within arms reach....
Senior and mid-level executives from a wide range of Chinese tech firms were on the move this past week, crossing the Pacific to tour some of the top US tech names in Silicon Valley.
I gathered a few essentials – cell phone, notebook, pen, face towel and eye goggles – and left my apartment.
A trio of headlines are shining a spotlight on a new twist in the brutally competitive smartphone market, where national security is suddenly becoming a major new headache for manufacturers.
It’s easy to judge a book by its cover and it’s a breeze to cast aspersions on other racing countries based on what Hong Kong has to offer.
I'll do a lot to avoid queues at popular restaurants.
Yu Lei at the Harbourfront Landmark in Hung Hom is serving a 10-course Chinese feast that costs HK$6,000 plus 10 per cent per person.
Is it always necessary for a reporter to mention someone’s Chinese ethnicity, origins or cultural heritage? Or is it never necessary? If the answer is sometimes, then when and why?
Two major news events were at the center of the microblogging realm this past week, as tech executives from across the spectrum commented on the blockbuster IPO for Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) and the...
I grew up eating delicious meals cooked by my parents and grandparents. When I left home to go to university, I missed their food, so I learned to cook many of their dishes myself.
Several news bits are casting a spotlight on growing stress in the low-end smartphone market, where a crowded field of Chinese companies have been engaged in a cut-throat series of price wars for...
Vancouver’s political scene has its very own 'Catfish' in the form of Bradley Saltzberg, director of activist group Putting Canada First and nemesis of multiculturalism and all things Asian.