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Reconsider China investments, Tibetan official urges

Reconsider China investments, Tibetan official urges

As the Canadian public’s attitude toward China deteriorates in the fallout from the arrest of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.
These are the Best of Richmond winners for 2019

These are the Best of Richmond winners for 2019

Whether it’s their favourite hair salon, clothing store, café, fitness centre or restaurant, Richmond News readers have spoken.
Small LNG export business getting bigger

Small LNG export business getting bigger

It will be another four or five years before the $40 billion LNG Canada project begins shipping liquefied natural gas to customers in Asia. But smaller players are already exporting LNG from B.C.
New Richmond fitness studio aims to meet diverse needs

New Richmond fitness studio aims to meet diverse needs

After having her first daughter, Mina Nishigori found it challenging to find a fitness plan that worked for her. But it wasn’t because she wasn’t willing to be active, it was because Nishigori couldn’t find a studio that supported her blindness.
No windfall for Canada in U.S.-China trade fight: experts

No windfall for Canada in U.S.-China trade fight: experts

Without Meng Wanzhou case resolution, trade war fallout will hurt Canada regardless of its outcome, analysts say
Chinese demand for gas, LNG 'almost infinite'

Chinese demand for gas, LNG 'almost infinite'

China's impressive investments in renewable energy and electric vehicles have led some anti-fossil fuel activists, as well as some economists, to warn that new pipelines and LNG plants in Canada could become stranded assets.
Vancouver AI company fights fires and faulty tech

Vancouver AI company fights fires and faulty tech

Vancouver's tech hub aims to produce technological solutions to world problems, but what about the problems technology creates? TTT Studios is a custom software development company that has witnessed first-hand some of the problems created by technol
U.S.-China accord could sideline Canadian firms: CEO

U.S.-China accord could sideline Canadian firms: CEO

The CEO of a tech company with Metro Vancouver roots is urging B.C. businesses to pursue opportunities in China despite continuing friction between Ottawa and Beijing.
Photos: 2 Richmond FreshCo locations open with massive lines, discounts

Photos: 2 Richmond FreshCo locations open with massive lines, discounts

The long-awaited grand openings of Richmond’s two new FreshCo locations were celebrated Thursday morning with ribbon cutting ceremonies, discounts, lion dances and massive line-ups.
Local lawyer hopes to rejuvenate Richmond’s spirit with new craft distillery

Local lawyer hopes to rejuvenate Richmond’s spirit with new craft distillery

Paul Doroshenko was 13 the first time he helped distill a batch of vodka. “I was fascinated with it in school, just the whole idea that you could ferment something and it would turn into alcohol,” he told the Richmond News .