This being Quan’s second time to join the station, KITV4 Island News is happy to welcome him back.  During his first time, he served for seven years as a sports anchor and reporter. He later moved to the San Francisco Bay area where he was working for KPIX-TV and KGO-TV.

To come back to Island and work for his former station is a dream come true for Quan. He says that Honolulu has changed a lot since he last worked there but the Spirit of Aloha remains strong.

Quan has won many awards including two regional Emmys and recognition from the Peninsula Press Club, the Radio-TV News Directors Association, and the Associated Press. He was voted four times favorite TV Anchorperson by the peers of the Alameda Newspaper Group. Quan has an experience of more than 3 decades as a sports anchor and reporter.

He has an award-winning documentary producer apart from being known for his work as a sportscaster. Quan has profiled a number of Asian American pioneers, the latest subject was the late Ed Lee, the first Asian American mayor of San Francisco. He also produced the “Art of Gaman”, a documentary that showcased the artwork of Japanese American World War II internees.

He is ha been very active in the Asian American community and has worked with many non-profits as well as the Chinese Historical Society of America.