Lien Yeung

@LienYeung

Lien Yeung hosts CBC Vancouver News Weekends. As a multimedia reporter, she has covered stories locally and nationally from coast to coast on television, radio and social media. You can reach her on Instagram or Twitter @LienYeung or via email at lien.yeung@cbc.ca.

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Growing Vegan

Vegan pet food is out there, but is a plant-based diet good for your animals?

Animal nutrition experts say while vegan diets are possible for humans and dogs, cats are much less flexible.

Forever 21 closure signals ongoing shift in future of malls, analysts say

As fashion retailers struggle to stay ahead of the curve, malls now shifting to become hubs for housing and entertainment.

Family of slain patriarch steps up to keep decades-old appliance business afloat

The family of well-known Vancouver businessman Jack McIver is pitching in to keep their father's legacy alive after he was killed in June.

Why this Burnaby man is supporting China's side in the Hong Kong protests

Burnaby's Victor Feng says Chinese supporters are not against Hong Kong or democracy. He claims many people have misunderstood the controversial extradition bill.

Granville Street nightclubs disappearing as millennials drawn to pubs and restaurants instead

Only a handful of traditional nightclubs remain on Granville Street as owners and operators turn their focus to "game bars" and pubs to cater to new tastes.

Kelowna cab driver charged with sexually assaulting female passenger

A Kelowna taxi driver has been charged with sexually assaulting one of his female passengers.

Vogue, Gucci, Bergdorf: Vancouver self-portrait artist finds his place in high fashion

Lyle Reimer says he's always felt like an outsider growing up. Now that he's found his voice, he hopes his avant-garde art will help others feel like they are understood.

Eligible electric vehicle buyers to get money back after province abruptly slashes rebates

Buyers who ordered cars before the province's cut-off date of June 22 will be eligible under former incentives.

Pre-sale condo buyers back out of contracts as market slows in Lower Mainland

Real estate lawyer says clients are coming to him weekly trying get to out of pre-sale condo contracts but once the buildings are near completion, they may be out of luck.

Where to buy in a cooling housing market? New Westminster is a good bet, report says

Uptown New Westminster tops real estate analysis for second year in a row. Developers say it's cheaper and quicker to build in the Royal City.

More bear reports in B.C. in May than in last 9 years

More than 3,000 calls about bears were made to conservation officers in May of 2019 compared to about 4,500 total in all of 2018.

'Tis the season for ticks in southern B.C.

Vancouver man warns others after being bitten in the city while experts say risk is still low.

Vancouver's rental prices are falling, listings analysis suggests

The median price of a one-bedroom unit is down 3.8 per cent compared to 2018, according to an analysis of prices on Craigslist.

Province seeks public input on trampoline park safety amid rising injuries

B.C. is seeking public input on safety standards at indoor trampoline parks in the wake of recent injuries at these facilities.
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Thousands of Persians are celebrating Nowruz. Here's what it looks like

Go inside the home of one West Vancouver family who gathered Wednesday to ring in the Persian New Year.