[english] – Victors’ Children from Canada released episode 11 of their podcasts on November 22, 2021. It includes interviews with Ralf Ruckus, author of The Communist Road to Capitalism, and Vincent Wong, author of a recent article on China and the left in Canada in Briarpatch. You can listen to the podcast here.
[English] – On November 17, 2021, Ralf Ruckus, Joel Andreas, and Ho-fung Hung spoke about the socialist period in the People's Republic of China, the market reforms and transition, and the current capitalist crises. The event titled "China's Economic System" was moderated by Dong Yige. It was part of the webinar-series "China and the World" organized by TNI, gongchao.org, Lausan, and others. Please, watch the video here.
[english] – The recording of a panel discussion hosted by the DSA SF Education Committee that took place on September 18, 2021, can be watched online. The panel explores the social and political conflicts that have driven China's history since the 1949 Revolution and the current situation in the PRC today. Speakers include Yige Dong, Yueran Zhang, Ralf Ruckus, and Christopher Connery. Please, watch the video: here.
[english] – On the occasion of the recent release of the book The Communist Road to Capitalism. How Social Unrest and Containment Have Pushed China’s (R)evolution since 1949, Kersplebedeb just published this post: Struggles from Below in the People’s Republic of China: An Interview with Ralf Ruckus.
[english] – The following article, written by Ralf Ruckus and friends of gongchao, was published in 2012 on the gongchao-website. It is republished here as a contribution to the discussion about Ralf Ruckus's recently published book "The Communist Road to Capitalism" on China's history since 1949. The article was translated into German, Spanish, Greek, French, Portuguese, and Slovak.
[english] – The book The Communist Road to Capitalism. How Social Unrest and Containment Have Pushed China’s (R)evolution since 1949 by Ralf Ruckus has been released in July 2021. For more information and material like the list of contents, please, check out the book-page on gongchao.org. For getting the book, you could go to this page on the publisher's website. If you want to get a copy for a review, or if you want to organize an event on the book, please, contact the author through the contact-page.