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Daisy Xiong

Daisy Xiong

Daisy is a business reporter for Business in Vancouver and Richmond News. She also writes about culture and history.

Daisy is the recipient of Bronze for Business Writing at the 2018 Ma Murray Community News Media Awards - the most prestigious award for community reporting in B.C. and Yukon.

Daisy speaks English and Mandarin.

Phone
604-353-4093
Email
dxiong@glaciermedia.ca

Recent Work by Daisy

B.C. government putting public-harms legislation on hold

B.C. government putting public-harms legislation on hold

GVBOT applauds the province's decision to pause work on Bill 12
B.C. businesses brace for boom as Vancouver Canucks gear up for playoffs

B.C. businesses brace for boom as Vancouver Canucks gear up for playoffs

NHL playoffs bring hope to Vancouver's hospitality industry as Canucks face Nashville Predators on Sunday
Why AI experts in Vancouver are urging startups to leverage existing tools

Why AI experts in Vancouver are urging startups to leverage existing tools

Thousands of people from the tech industry gathered at INNOVATEwest in Vancouver this week
Why Canada’s low productivity is problematic for B.C.'s businesses, workers and economy

Why Canada’s low productivity is problematic for B.C.'s businesses, workers and economy

Low productivity can mean stagnant income, fewer jobs, slow economic growth and poorer quality of living
New Vancouver-based group builds green pathway between Canada and Asia

New Vancouver-based group builds green pathway between Canada and Asia

The North Pacific Green Corridor Consortium (NPGCC) aims to decarbonize transportation between Canada, Japan and South Korea
EVs, hydrogen among B.C.-Korea trade opportunities

EVs, hydrogen among B.C.-Korea trade opportunities

Korean chief trade commissioner in Vancouver shares his priorities for bilateral trade
Richmond restaurants shift to all-you-can-eat in challenging economy

Richmond restaurants shift to all-you-can-eat in challenging economy

Restaurant owners are exploring innovative ways to stay afloat when customers’ spending power decreases 
B.C. cannabis industry calls for government action

B.C. cannabis industry calls for government action

Industry urges government to implement Cannabis Act final report recommendations
B.C. cannabis industry eyes newly opened German market

B.C. cannabis industry eyes newly opened German market

Decriminalization in Europe’s largest economy expected to increase medical cannabis demand and create opportunities for B.C. growers and producers
Chinese restaurants struggling amid weaker consumer, tourist demand

Chinese restaurants struggling amid weaker consumer, tourist demand

Lower consumer spending and fewer tourists from China are pushing multiple Metro Vancouver eateries towards closure
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