Edward Ngai

Edward Ngai is a reporter and researcher studying comparative politics. He graduated from Stanford University in 2015. His reporting has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, San Jose Mercury News, and the Stanford Daily, where he was editor-in-chief from 2013 to 2014.

Will the National Housing Strategy cool Vancouver house prices? No one thinks so.

Waiting for the bubble to burst? You may be waiting a long, long time, because...

A tale of two cities, a tale of the Canucks

After a Game 5 walloping, the Canucks’ swag has disappeared, leaving behind a city whose mood is unrecognizable from the jubilation we knew not so long ago.

Canucks’ Cup quest runs through arch-nemesis Chicago

Vancouverites are hoping this year’s dominant Canucks will prove that the third time is, indeed, lucky.

Harper then and now

Take a look at past Harper campaign ads and judge for yourself how our Prime Minister is doing.

Inside George Abbott's campaign war room, youth prevails

Papers are strewn over desks, drinks and candy dumped into corners, and a conglomeration of dates and places are scrawled on the lone board on the wall. In a poorly-lit corner sits a young man in a T...

Why biodiversity matters

Climate change may be getting all the press, but other pressing matters remain at hand.

Embracing Skins

MTV’s controversial remake of the hit UK series is less dangerous than didactic.

When hockey and headshots collide

Does it take the loss of the NHL’s brightest star to make progress in hockey’s constant concussion battle?

On being “Too Asian?”

We mustn’t paint the Asian community with too broad of a brush. But this Chinese-Canadian knows too many Asians who wouldn’t make attractive undergraduates.

Why the B.C. Liberals could have used Dianne Watts

Surrey mayor Dianne Watts is gregarious, trusted, and has a track record of turning toxic situations around. She, more than any other politican in B.C., can single-handedly revive the Liberals and giv