|A.S. Byatt's Possession and the Literary Possession of Donne'|
John Donne Society Conference, 1996
|All by Myself or All in the Family? The Question of Uncanny Identity in Maxine Hong Kingston's 'The Woman Warrior''|
Representation of Individual Identity in Autobiographical Writings
University of Groningen.
|Between ruins and construction sites: performing drifting identities in Jia Zhangke's films|
Workshop on Performing Space in Asian Film
National University of Singapore.
|Built Space, Cinema, and the Ghostly Global City: A Study of Fruit Chan's Films'|
International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities' organized by Globalism Institute at RMIT, the University of the Aegean and Common Ground, Melbourne, July 2-5, 2003
|Cantopop: From Textual Strategy to Cultural Policy|
An International Symposium on Contemporary (East) Asian Popular Culture: Current Developments. Organized and sponsored by Department of Cultural Studies, Lingnam University, East Asian Regional Advisory Panel, Social Science Research Council (New York),
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|Cinematic Cities and Turkish Films'|
Turkish Film Festival, October 9-13, 2000. Organized by The Centre for the Study of Globalization and Cultures, The University of Hong Kong and Consulate General of Turkey in Hong Kong
|Colonizing through French-Language Textbooks in French Indochina'|
Books and Empire, University of Sydney, Australia 30 January-1 February 2003
|COME DRINK WITH ME—If You Dare: Golden Swallow, King Hu, and the Cold War|
The Film Scene: Cinema, the Arts, and Social Change, April 21, 2006.
The University of Hong Kong.
|Communities in the City: Hong Kong Filmic Imaginary and its Circulation'|
Urban Imaginaries: An Asian-Pacific Research Symposium' organized by the Kwan Fong Cultural Research and Development Programme of Lingnan University and the Humanities Research Centre (HRC) of the Australian National University, Lingnan University, Hong
|Contradictory Representations of French Women in Indochina'|
'Indochina', India and France: Cultural Representations, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, U.K., 5-7 September 2003
|Do We Hear the City?: The Ghostly Voices in Fruit Chan's Made in Hong Kong'|
Hong Kong/Hollywood at the Borders: Alternative Perspectives, Alternative Cinemas' organized by Fulbright Program in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong-American Center, the Hong Kong Film Archive, the Center for Asian Studies, the American Studies Program, and the
|Donne the Ladies Man and Feminist Reformers' (British Council sponsored guest speaker)|
International Conference on British Literary and Cultural Studies at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies: Decoding Contemporary Britain, March 16-19
|Donne the Ladies Man and Feminists Reformers'|
Decoding Contemporary Britain: Essays in British Literary and Cultural Studies
Peking University Press.
|Encountering the Other: the City in Fruit Chan's Films'|
The New Hong Kong Cinema - Hong Kong Film Festival in Turkey organized by Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey, October 21-24, 2002
|Expanded version of 'Donne the Ladies Man and Feminist Reformers'|
HKU inter-disciplinary symposium on The Image of Marriage and the Family, April 11
|Faces of Globalization: China and the WTO'|
Conference on 'Changing Paradigms: Globalization and Cultural Studies' jointly organized by Department of Comparative Literature and Centre for the Study of Globalization and Cultures, University of Hong Kong, May 26, 2000
|For Whom the Bells Toll: Ingrid Bergman and her Hollywood Grooming for the role of nun|
Casablanca, The Bells of St. Mary's and The Inn of the Sixth Happiness, Fulbright Hong Kong Symposium on Hong Kong/Hollywood at the Borders: Alternative Perspectives, Alternative Cinemas April 1, 2004
|From Periphery Back to Center: The Poetic Recovery of the Father in Maxine Hong Kingston's China Men'|
the 4th International Autobiography Association Conference: Inhabiting Multiple Worlds. Autobiography in An (Anti) Global Age, Chinese University of Hong Kong, March 15, 2004
|Hong Kong Cinema in a Transnational Context|
Planning Meeting on 'East Asian Popular Culture' organized by Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, December 10-14, 2004.
|In/Visible Histories (China): Documentary Film, Historical Memory, Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Community Service,” co-written with Karsten Krueger|
Media and Society in Asia: Transformations and Transitions, 14th Annual AMIC Conference, Beijing, July 20, 2005.