“‘Migratory Bipeds’: The Emergent Chinese Littoral Settlements in the Lower Pearl River Estuary during the 1839-42 Qing-British Hostilities” (under review)
“Straddling the Handover: Colonialism and Decolonization in British and PRC Hong Kong.” In Gary Chi-hung Luk, ed., From a British to a Chinese Colony? Hong Kong before and after the 1997 Handover. Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 2018.
Review of Unruly People: Crime, Communities, and State in Late Imperial South China by Robert J. Antony. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch 57 (2017): 254-257. (first page available here)
“Occupied Space, Occupied Time: Food Hawking and the Central Market in Hong Kong’s Victoria City during the Opium War.” Frontiers of History in China 11.3 (September 2016): 400–30. (available online)
“Heritage in Translation: ‘A Dagur Story’ as Historical Fiction and Sample Text for Learning Manchu—Part Two.” Saksaha: A Review of Manchu Studies 14 (2016): 45-56. (Coauthored with Monica Kin-ian Chang and Eugene Shun-yung Tam; available online)
“Monopoly, Transaction and Extortion: Public Market Franchise and Colonial Relations in British Hong Kong, 1844–58.” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch 52 (2012): 139–87. (first page available here)