Best of Richmond: Meet Amy Hunag

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Amy Huang is an entrepreneur, an active volunteer, a community leader and the recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for her community services and contributions to promote Canada-China economic and cultural relations.

Huang has been president of the North America Investment Association (NAIA) since 2009, and was president of the Canadian Chinese Business Development Association from 2007 to 2011.

She actively promotes two-way trade and investment activities between North America and Asia, especially between Canada and China in ways that can benefit the Canadian economy.

She led several trade delegations to China in 2009, 2011, and 2013, resulting in Canadian environmental technology and BC lumber exports to China, and some Chinese investment in Canada.

To promote Canadian agrifood exports to Asia, she successfully organized the Canada pavilion in the Food Expo 2017 organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, and the first Belt & Road International Food Expo held in June, 2018.

Amy Huang also actively promotes cultural exchange activities and helps to raise funds for a variety of charity purposes.

How do you stay healthy in Richmond?

Eating healthy and relaxing in between business hours.

What’s your favourite Richmond park?

Richmond Nature park

What’s top of your bucket list?

Never thought of this.

What’s your favourite food?


What do you like best about Richmond?

Dining in Richmond is an endless adventure to explore the incredible array of international cuisines.

If Richmond was a celebrity, who would it be?

Celine Dion

What’s your favourite sports team?


What’s the best farm produce from Richmond?


Best place to take an out-of-town guest?

Kirin Seafood Restaurant

What other city would you compare Richmond to?