Lien Yeung

@LienYeung

Lien Yeung is a host and reporter with CBC Vancouver News. She has covered stories locally and nationally from Halifax to Victoria on television, radio and online. Find her on Instagram or Twitter @LienYeung or via email at lien.yeung@cbc.ca.

Latest from Lien Yeung

Young people ask for pay transparency in job postings, saying the deck is stacked against job seekers

More young people are asking for pay transparency in job ads so they can choose whether to apply. It's a move several states have already made in the United States, and one several Canadian provinces are considering.

Jazz legend Eleanor Collins adds to list of honours with unveiling of Canada Post stamp

The commemorative stamp unveiled on Friday by Canada Post 'just took my breath away,' says the Edmonton-born Collins, 102, who now lives in British Columbia.

Families looking to rebuild flooded Abbotsford homes disheartened after being denied bank loans

Several families living in Abbotsford's Sumas Prairie have been denied bank loans they were counting on to help rebuild their damaged homes following November's devastating floods. 

Goldstone Bakery closure a 'heartbreaking' blow to Vancouver's struggling Chinatown

The once popular community hub has been forced to close after more than three decades in business.

Path to ending systemic racism requires rethinking everything, say advocates

Policing, education, and deeply rooted white privilege are all areas that need change.

Early efforts by Chinese community to curb COVID-19 should be 'applauded', says B.C. doctor

Comments from infectious disease doctor come as B.C.'s city with the highest concentration of Chinese residents reports lowest infection rates on the Lower Mainland.

'I'm not going to hide': Richmond woman describes how she stood tall against alleged racist taunts

Clara Kan says she and her mother were told their face masks are 'what's wrong with society today' and to 'go back to your country' while they were out for a stroll in Richmond recently.

Small restaurants say they won't survive reopening without government help

Some owners say the quick approval of patio space to create more seating and the extension of federal subsidies for wages and rent will be key.

500,000 red tulips bloom in B.C. marking 75 years since Canadian-led liberation of Netherlands

The "timing has been impeccable" as tulips bloomed just before the Netherlands marks Liberation Day, says the son of a survivor.

B.C. opens emergency response shelter inside arena using pop-up pods

Victoria's Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre will house 45 beds for people currently living in encampments.

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