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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

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
‘I don’t know what to do,’ Richmond business owner frustrated with shoplifting

‘I don’t know what to do,’ Richmond business owner frustrated with shoplifting

There have been 260 retail theft incidents reported in Richmond so far this year
Vancity reports net loss in 2023 citing ‘unprecedented' economic period

Vancity reports net loss in 2023 citing ‘unprecedented' economic period

Vancity reports $1.3 million loss in 2023 financial results
Vancouver-based Westport reports $49.7M net loss in 2023

Vancouver-based Westport reports $49.7M net loss in 2023

The company posted US$331.8 million in revenue in 2023, an 8.5 per cent increase from the previous year
Investment in B.C. normalizes to pre-pandemic level

Investment in B.C. normalizes to pre-pandemic level

Minimal growth in venture capital and private equity investment expected this year
This Vancouver start-up is helping women shop for cars more easily

This Vancouver start-up is helping women shop for cars more easily

The B.C. auto industry is evolving to open doors for more women to come in, say experts.
Principles, people, philanthropy part of Louie family’s 120 years of success

Principles, people, philanthropy part of Louie family’s 120 years of success

Brandt Louie, chair and CEO of H.Y. Louie and London Drugs, reflects on the core values that helped shape one of the largest and longest-standing businesses in B.C.
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