RTHK Interviews Ying Ma about the Dark Side of Chinese State Capitalism

RTHK, October 25, 2011

Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), a public broadcast station in Hong Kong, spoke to Ying Ma today about the dark side of Chinese state capitalism. The discussion aired on RTHK’s Money for Nothing program, a business and finance show hosted by Bryan Curtis.

To listen to the interview, please click here.

RTHK’s Backchat program had hosted Ying Ma for a longer discussion about state capitalism on May 18, 2011. To listen that program, please click HERE.

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Ying Ma Discusses Chinese State Capitalism at Reagan Ranch Center

Young America’s Foundation, October 22, 2011

Ying Ma spoke today to students attending the Reagan 100 Road to Freedom Seminar at the Reagan Ranch Center in Santa Barbara, California. Hosted by the Young America’s Foundation, the conference focused on “The Education of Ronald Reagan and the Fight for Freedom’s Future.” In her talk, Ms. Ma discussed China’s economic liberalization and political repression, the inefficiencies of Chinese state capitalism, and how conservative, free-market principles can be applied to China issues.

To listen to the speech, please click here or watch on the player below.


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FoxNews Radio Station in Minnesota Interviews Ying Ma about Her Book and China

The Davis and Emmer Show, a popular morning talk radio show in Minnesota, spoke to Ying Ma today about her book, the complexities of freedom, China’s economy and why China is not better than the United States. Hosted by Bob Davis and Tom Emmer, the Davis and Emmer Show airs on Twin Cities News Talk AM 1130, a FoxNews Radio Station.

For the full interview, please listen here (Note: The discussion with Ying begins at approximately minute 14:35 and ends around minute 34:35.)

For more information about Ying’s book, Chinese Girl in the Ghetto, please click here.