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Professor Tsay appears frequently in the international print and broadcast media. See below for selected interviews.

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Tsay Media Appearances

2009-0219 [21世纪经济报道, 21st Century Business Herald (China)]: Andy教授的喜悦与忧患 (Professor Andy's joy and sorrow)

This profile of Professor Tsay featured his analysis of the start-up culture of Silicon Valley, the tech bubble and crash, the current situation at Apple (the significance of the COO being chosen as acting CEO during the medical leave of Steve Jobs), and the stature of operations management during booms and busts.

21st Century Business Herald (21世纪经济报道) is regarded as China's equivalent of The Wall Street Journal, with 2.6 million elite Chinese readers.

Read the article: http://www.21cbh.com/HTML/2009-2-20/HTML_4L52E339X51F.html

 

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2009-0219 [腾讯网, QQ.com (China)]: 知名教授Andy对苹果公司的担忧 (Renowned Professor Andy on Apple Inc)

This is an extended version of the 21st Century Business Herald article of February 19, 2009.

Read the article: http://finance.qq.com/a/20090220/003681.htm

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2008-1130 [星島日報, SingTao Daily]: 金融海嘯間接撼動中國 (Financial tsunami has a ripple effect on China)

This article was based on an interview with Professor Tsay regarding the effects of the global economic crisis on China's economy.

SingTao Daily (星島日報) is Hong Kong's second largest Chinese-language newspaper.

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2008-1022 [San Francisco's KMTP Channel 32]: 毒食品问题 美国FDA官员: FDA只能查1% (Problems with the food supply the FDA can only inspect 1%)

This news report aired on San Francisco's KMTP Channel 32, as well as the international network of NTDTV (New Tang Dynasty Television) via satellite. The network reaches more than 100 million people worldwide. This describes a UC Berkeley conference entitled "Holding China Accountable? Strategies for Protecting Consumers in a Globalized World," held on October 10, 2008. Professor Tsay was an invited speaker at this conference. Professor Tsay appears between 2:00 and 3:15 of this six-minute report, describing ways to improve quality control in global supply chains for food products.

Watch the broadcast: http://goo.gl/0js7d

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2008-1017 [大纪元, Epoch Times]: 毒食品问题 美国FDA官员: FDA只能查1% (Problems with the food supply—the FDA can only inspect 1%)

Coverage of a UC Berkeley conference entitled "Holding China Accountable? Strategies for Protecting Consumers in a Globalized World," held on October 10, 2008. The article draws from Professor Tsay's invited presentation regarding how to improve quality control in global supply chains for food products.

Read the article: http://www.epochtimes.com/gb/8/10/17/n2299300.htm

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2008-1011 [明報新聞, MingPao News]: 柏大研討會 食物安全成重點, 產品安全監測專家指中美欠完善 (Berkeley conference: food safety becomes a focal point; Product safety specialists indicate that neither China nor the US are doing a thorough job)

Coverage of a UC Berkeley conference entitled "Holding China Accountable? Strategies for Protecting Consumers in a Globalized World," held on October 10, 2008. The article draws from Professor Tsay's invited presentation regarding how to improve quality control in global supply chains for food products.

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2008-1011 [Sina]: 學者冀從制度著手, 官員重申監管嚴格, 問題食品來源廣非華獨有 (Scholars hope to solve the problems from the system side; Government officials reemphasize the rigor of their oversight; problems originate from all over, not just China)

Coverage of a UC Berkeley conference entitled "Holding China Accountable? Strategies for Protecting Consumers in a Globalized World," held on October 10, 2008. The article draws from Professor Tsay's invited presentation regarding how to improve quality control in global supply chains for food products.

Read the article: http://news.sina.com/us/singtao/104-103-102-106/2008-10-11/01223352331.html 

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