The city that hosted the Games with great pride in 1964 is not so sure about the benefits with the 2020 edition
Feb 07, 2016
Human-rights advocate and former Malaysian high commissioner Dennis Ignatius weighs in on the country’s ‘dysfunctional democracy’
Feb 04, 2016
China Minerals says it was not consulted on the deal and its ability to proceed on $36-million in investments has been ‘effectively terminated’
Jan 31, 2016
economy and 1.3 billion consumers. Iain Marlow tagged along with Vancouver-based float-plane operator
Jan 29, 2016
Canadian firm’s leap into ultracompetitive education market comes after years of turmoil in elite Canadian International School
Jan 28, 2016
Indonesia’s ‘middle path’ version of Islam proves an unwelcome environment for the ideology of Islamic State
Jan 16, 2016
Experts suggest that although the year will pose its own challenges, growth will continue to accelerate in developing economies
Jan 15, 2016
在中国一段长期而卓有成绩的发展之后, 大山有了一个新的梦想: 加拿大单口相声
Jan 15, 2016
After a long and profitable career in China, Dashan has a new dream: stand-up comedy
Jan 15, 2016
Slowdown of BRICS countries through 2016 poses ‘substantial risk of contagion’ to surrounding developing economies
Jan 10, 2016
Iain Marlow is The Globe and Mail’s Asia-Pacific correspondent. Based in Vancouver, he is responsible for covering Canada’s business ties with the booming economies of Asia, as well as important economic and political developments in the region.
Iain has reported from across China, India, Southeast Asia, West Africa and the United States.
He joined the Globe in early 2010 as the telecom reporter for Report on Business and in late 2011 began focusing on BlackBerry and its global rivals. In 2012, Iain’s work in Report on Business Magazine was nominated for three National Magazine Awards. His reporting on BlackBerry from Nigeria won a Best in Business award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers in International Features, and in 2013 he was part of a team of Globe reporters that won a National Newspaper Award in Business.
Before joining The Globe, Iain studied journalism and human rights at Carleton University and earned an MSc in International Politics (Distinction) from London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, where he studied on a Chevening Scholarship. He also founded TorontoReview.ca, an international-affairs website, and spent half of 2013 working for Journalists for Human Rights – a Canadian media development organization – in Ghana, where he also did media training for the United Nations Development Programme.