Chinese Girl in the Ghetto
Ying Ma talked about her book, Chinese Girl in the Ghetto, in which she chronicles her experiences after moving from China to Oakland, California at the age of ten. She expected to live a better life in California than she did in her birth country, but instead found Oakland to be a broken city. Ying Ma spoke at the Conservative Forum of Silicon Valley in Mountain View, California. close
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Rita Bonasera Vice President Conservative Forum of Silicon Valley
Ying Ma Author
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