Academic Writing.
Conference Paper
  1. "Floating Projects, Survival Re-envisioned: spatial occupation, re-producing social relations and the economy of contribution," at the conference 'Hard State, Soft City: the Urban Imaginative Field in Singapore', 17-18 March 2016, organized by the ARI (Asia Research Institute), NUS (the National Univervsity of Singapore).
  2. "Documenting Sentiments in ‘Hong Kong 1997’ Video Diaries: belly buttons, absent cameras, moving house, fooling around…," at Hanyang University's RICH (Research Institute of Comparative History and Culture) as part of Everyday Coloniality: Post-war and state-(re)making, transnational workshop for historians, funded by the National Research Foundation of Korea's WCU (World Class University) initiative. November 2-3, 2012.
  3. "How to be Human, Good, and Civilized: Everyday Modernity in the Crevices (a Study of Movie Ads for the 15 Lost Local Films Produced in Hong Kong 1934)," at Hanyang University's RICH (Research Institute of Comparative History and Culture) as part of Everyday Coloniality: Migration, Ego-documents, Visuality, transnational workshop for historians, funded by the National Research Foundation of Korea's WCU (World Class University) initiative. October 27-30, 2011.
  4. "Narrated selves and event structures: a phenomenological view on glocal connectivities" in the panel 'What is in a Talking Head? - a visual ethnography on performativity, reflexivity and social interactionism'. (7th Crossroads 2010, International Conference for Cultural Studies, Lingnan University, Hong Kong, June 17-21, 2010)
  5. "Micro-Narratives: An Interdisciplinary Project on Video Experiments" (The 2nd International Conference on the Arts in Society, Aug 21-24, 2007, Kassel, Germany)
  6. “Journeys of the Self: Auto-ethnography as Narrative Enquiry” (The 5th Crossroads International Conference for Cultural Studies, at the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, June 2004)
  7. Map Narratives: space as virtual and material history, HK cinema 1934” (at "Reflexions," an International Seminar on Film, Literature, and Culture, University of Delhi, India, March 2004)
  8. "Slicing, Street-mapping, and Fractured Reality: a Spatial Approach to Cinema History for Hong Kong" (Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, New York City, March 2003).
  9. "City-roaming, Drifting and Micro-visions" ("The Urban Generation: Chinese Cinema and Society in Transformation," co-organized by the New York University and Chinese Institute, New York, March 2001.
  10. Discussant for two papers (Dr. Joseph Chan's paper on Disney's Mulan and Dr. Michael Curtin's on UFO's Comrades, Almost a Love Story) (international conference, "In Search of Boundaries: Communication, Nation-States and Cultural Identities," Chinese University of Hong Kong, June 1999)
  11. “Transposition of the Self in Everyday Presentation along the Formation of a New Consumerist Popular Culture in the People’s Republic of China” (the National Communication Association [NCA] Annual Convention 1998, New York City, USA, November 1998)
  12. "An Ethnographic Study of Five Hong Kong Housewives' Reception of the TVB Soap Series True Love 真情" ("Asian Cultures at the Crossroads: an East-West Dialogue in the New World Order," 4th Annual Conference of the David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies co-sponsored by the Ohio University and HK Baptist University, November 1998.
  13. "HK Cinema in the 1930s: Docility, Social Hygiene, Pleasure-seeking & the Consolidation of the Film Industry" (The annual Society for Cinema Studies Conference, Dallas, Texas, USA, March 1996)