Publications

Edited Collections

2019    Guest Editor, Canadian Journal of History 54.3, Transnational Chinese Passages and the Global Making of Frontiers and Borderlands.

2018    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.

Refereed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

2020    “Accommodating Foreigners in a Littoral Borderland: The Case of the Lower Pearl River Delta during the Opium War.” Modern China (Forthcoming)

2018    “Straddling the Handover: Colonialism and Decolonization in British and PRC Hong Kong.” In From a British to a Chinese Colony? Hong Kong before and after the 1997 Handover, 1­-49. Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

2017    “Heritage in Translation: ‘A Dagur Story’ as Historical Fiction and Sample Text for Learning Manchu—Part Two.”Saksaha: A Review of Manchu Studies14: 45-56. (Coauthored with Monica Kin-ian Chang and Eugene Shun-yung Tam; available online) 

2016    “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: 400-430. (abstract available online)

2012    “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: 139-187. (free online access to the first page)

Reviews and Editor’s Note

2019    “Guest Editor’s Note: Transnational Chinese Passages and the Global Making of Frontiers and Borderlands.” Canadian Journal of History 54.3: 277-285. (free online access to the first page)

2019    “Reviewer’s Report on Records of the Chinese Secretary’s Office from the National Archives, UK.” Cengage Learning Asia Pte Ltd.

2017    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: 254-257. (free online access to the first page)