Agnes Chung writes for print and online publications, and also develops news stories for online broadcast. Her career in journalism spans over a decade and three continents covering stories and interviews on food, travel and human interest topics.
She has munched her way to Australia, and many countries in Asia, Europe and North America. A member of the International Food, Wine and Travel Writers Association, her work appears in publications like the Light Magazine and TravelLady Magazine. Through her passion for storytelling, she aspires to craft content that informs, engages, and enriches the lives of readers and viewers.
An avid traveller and a gourmet-food aficionado, she seeks out authentic food and travel experiences wherever they may be. She says travel has expanded her view of people – deep down we are all the same, though the manner we express ourselves may be very different.
Through her culinary travel writings, she hopes to promote cultural awareness, community empowerment, and global sharing.
Henry Yuen is a wine and travel columnist for the Western Canada Epoch Times – Weekend Edition (Chinese).
He also contributes to TaiyangBao (Vancouver Sun – online Chinese edition) and Beyond Chopsticks, the blog he shares with his partner, Stephanie.
Henry enjoys sipping, exploring, talking and writing about his wine discoveries and all things wine-related. He is also a regular wine columnist on Fairchild Chinese Radio AM1470 with Deborah Moore.
Stephanie Yuen is a seasoned Canadian Food and Travel Journalist for print as well as online Chinese and English publications, TV and radio programs; author, recipe developer, spokesperson, food and wine judge. She writes for her blog – beyond chopsticks, Chinese publications including taiyangbao (Vancouver Sun – online edition), The Western Canada Epoch Times – Weekend Edition and Evergreen News. She is also a columnist of AM1470 Fairchild Radio and CBC Vancouver – North by Northwest.
Her book East Meets West was shortlisted for Taste Canada- Food Writing Award. East Meets West is a celebration of the city’s Asian food and a mouthwatering compilation of distinctive dishes from its most talented — but often unheralded — kitchens.