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James Ma is worrying about Hong Kong after Xi Jinping takes over the PRC

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(Your report touched almost all the issues Ma brought up but none of them was delved into with further discussion. For example, why the cooperation of the three branches of power was bad? What were the three branches of power that Xi was referring to? When Ma raised the subject of the "maintaining stability" in China, you should also point out the fact that the annual budget for maintaining the country's stability has actually surpassed that of the national defense. It was the irony in this that has caught the critics' attention.)

Reporter: Chan Wing Yan

Date: 2012-11-20


The 18th CPC National Congress had just ended in Beijing. Xi Jinping will be the next president of the PRC. James Ma, an executive producer in Public & Current Affairs Section of RTHK, said that we all should keep an eye on what changes would be brought to Hong Kong under Xi Jinping’s power.


Xi Jinping is the new General Secretary of the Communist Party Central Committee and the Chairman of the Central Military Commission. That’s mean the PRC will be totally under his governing. James Ma, at a university talk, recalled that Xi Jinping had mentioned about the 3 divisions of power in Hong Kong had to cooperate more in 2008. He worried that Beijing would change the attitude towards Hong Kong after Xi Jinping takes over the PRC. Ma also doubted what would be the difference between Hong Kong and China if there were no divisions of power.


Apart from issues about Hong Kong, James Ma also talked about China’s condition at the talk. He pointed out that the frequent mentioning of “maintenance of stability” by the Beijing government was because of the lack of it. Ma also showed students how unfair the situation was in some small villages in China. He encouraged students to utilize their journalism professions to look for and find out more truth under the surface in communities.

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