|1683: An Offshore Perspective on Vietnamese Zen|
Trading Empires of the South China Coast, South Asia and the Gulf
|American Presbyterian Mission Press at Macao (1844-1845) and its publications|
Zhuhai-Macao Cultural Forum: Zhuhai, Macao and Sino-Western Cultural Exchange in Modern China
|Arakatsu Bunsaku (1890-1973) and Physics Research at Taihoku Imperial University|
25th ICIS Faculty Seminar 2009
|Ascending and descending: Research on the Imagination of Flying of Zhou Meng Die|
International Conference on Zhou Meng Die and the Twentieth-Century Chinese Literature
Department of Chinese, Ming Dao University.
|Asianism and Cold War Intellectuals: Qian Mu and Ota Kozo, 1950s-60s|
Comparative Study of Regionalism and Asianism Symposium 2010
|Asianism in Cold War Hong Kong and Japan: The Case of Qian Mu and Ota Kōzō|
International Conference on China and the World. Jointly organized by the Department of History, Hong Kong Shue Yan University and Department of History, Hong Kong Baptist University, 17-18 November 2011.
|Astronomy and astral divination in early medieval Japan|
The Hungarian National IUHPS Committee.
|Authorship and copyright of oral history: the experience of Hong Kong|
1st Academic Conference of Oral History in Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong
|Awkward angles: multi-frontier coordination in Mid-Qing Foreign Relations|
Joint AAS-ICAS International Conference 2011
AAS-ICAS Joint Conference.
|Back from Golden Land: exploring migration patterns, resettlement and political mobilization of Burmese Indian repatriates in Eastern India since the 1960s|
10th Burma Studies Conference 2012
The Center for Burma Studies, Northern Illinois University.
|The Banking Crisis of 1965|
Workshop on 'Positive non-intervention: Colonial Governance in Hong Kong, 1960-1984'
|The Basic Law Jurisprudence of the Court of Final Appeal 1997-2009|
Conference on the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal: The Andrew Li Court 1997-2010
|The Beriberi Question in Colonial Asia|
The American Historical Association 127th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 3-6 January
|Between Politics and Commerce: The Sojourning Shanghai Bankers in Hong Kong, 1945-49.|
Conference on Merchants in Migration: Transnational Networks, Japanese Colonialism and China’s Civil War, 1930s-40s, Department of History, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 28-29 June 2013.
|Branching out: how Shanghai Commercial and Savings Bank marketed its business in the 1920s and 1930s?|
CUHK-Oxford Joint International Conference on Urban Cultural Change in Republican China (1910s-1940s) 2010
|The business rivalry in Shanghai during the 1920s and 1930s as viewed from the calendar posters|
Workshop on Inventing Commercial Culture in East Asia 2010
|Calendar posters and modern Chinese women, 1920s-30s)|
International Conference on New Urban Media and Modern Shanghai. Jointly organized by Kanagawa University and Shanghai Normal University, 25-26 February 2012.
|Can Burma Learn from India's 'Democratic Model' Comparative Reflections on India and Burma's Democratizing Dynamics and Prospects||Egreteau, R||2010||125|
|The capital and business networks of Hong Kong Chinese merchant Ma Tsui Chiu: An analysis of the account books|
Conference on Chinese Capital: History and Documents. Jointly organized by the Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities & Social Sciences, University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Museum of History, 2 July 2011
|“China Is Paradise”: Migration and Diasporic Solidarities among Burmese Muslim Traders in the Yunnan-Burma/Myanmar Borderlands|
The Art of Neighbouring: Old Crossroads and New Connections along the PRC’s Borders