Elaine Chau

Associate Producer for CBC Radio in Vancouver

Elaine Chau was born in Hong Kong, and grew up in Montreal and Vancouver. She is the 2008 recipient of the CBC Radio Peter Gzowski internship, multiple RTDNA winner, and Gold Radio Winner in the Health/Medicine category at the 2011 New York Festivals for her series "AIDS: Then and Now".

Latest from Elaine Chau

Chinese-Canadian community honours Vancouver's Modernize Tailors, pioneer family

Modernize Tailors, run by the Wong family, first opened in 1913 and has suited up everyone from local residents to celebrities such as Sean Connery.

Julio Montaner, B.C. HIV/AIDS doctor, honoured at Canadian Medical Hall of Fame

B.C. doctor Julio Montaner, who has led the fight against HIV/AIDS since the 1980s, will be inducted into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame in Winnipeg on Thursday night.

B.C. missing women inquiry led to changes, but roots of violence remain

B.C. women's advocates weigh up the progress made since Commissioner Wally Oppal slammed police for botching their investigations into serial killer Robert Pickton.

Jane Goodall on Vancouver Aquarium belugas: 'That's not right'

In a feature interview with CBC Radio's The Early Edition, Jane Goodall explains why she has taken a stand against the Vancouver Aquarium's practice of keeping whales and dolphins in captivity.

Transgender policy prompts mother's plea to Vancouver School Board

The mother of an 11-year-old transgender child is defending a controversial new transgender policy that is facing opposition from Chinese and Christian parents in the district.

1 in 5 Canadians struggles with chronic pain

In B.C, an estimated 800,000 people live with chronic pain. Medical professionals say that, with an aging population, that number will only go up.