Lien Yeung


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

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Residents of Abbotsford tent encampment challenge 'violent' reputation

Crimes and safety concerns at the Lonzo Park and Ride have been allowed to fester, says Mayor Ross Siemens, who is calling on the province to take action.

Business owners in Downtown Eastside say tent removals did little to improve sense of safety

Several business owners in the Hastings-Crossings neighbourhood say the removal of tents did little to increase foot traffic or improve their sense of safety.

Vancouver mayor says 'things have gotten better' after DTES tent removal. Residents, advocates disagree

A month since the City of Vancouver started formally removing the latest tent encampment on the Downtown Eastside, Mayor Ken Sim says the situation has improved — but some non-profits and residents say the removal has caused more harm than good.

Food & Wine Magazine names Surrey as one of the world's best emerging food cities

International recognition of Surrey's burgeoning food scene is long overdue, say local foodies.

Parents of kids with disabilities demand similar support as B.C. restores autism funding

Parents and advocates for children with disabilities other than autism are demanding support for their families after the B.C. government scrapped plans to overhaul its autism funding model.

Some B.C. businesses fear declining trade with China after Xi's rebuke of Trudeau

Some B.C. business owners say they are concerned about rising tensions between Canada and China, after Chinese President Xi Jinping confronted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the recent G20 summit in Indonesia.

Sacrifices of Indigenous veterans honoured at Vancouver ceremony

An estimated 12,000 First Nations, Métis and Inuit served in two World Wars and the Korean War, according to Veterans Affairs.

8 restaurants get coveted star in 1st Vancouver Michelin Guide

Here is the complete list of Vancouver Michelin-rated restaurants.

Ahead of Thanksgiving, charities struggle to meet rising demand due to inflation

Charities in Vancouver say they're struggling to meet rising demand and cover their own expenses as inflation drives the cost of groceries to new heights ahead of Thanksgiving weekend.

Former student recalls years of racial abuse as reports find evidence of explicit racism in Surrey schools

Two reports commissioned by the Surrey School District have found evidence of explicit racism in its schools, citing the "discomfort" of school staff and administrators in trying and failing to address it.