Invited speaker, “Black and white vs. paradoxical ambiguity: Historicity in Hong Kong popular culture,” organized by The House of Hong Kong Literature, Cattle Deport Artist Village, 2017. [Live Video]

“Between Family-State Love and Romance: Return of the Swallows (1948) and The Sisters’ Tragic Love (1953)” Talk by Commissioned Scholar, Hong Kong Film Archive, 2017

“The Line Between Picking or Not Picking Wild Flowers: Where is the Lady’s Home? (1947) and Wild Flowers Are Sweeter (1959)” Talk by Commissioned Scholar, Hong Kong Film Archive, 2016

“Sister Nation in 1930s Chinese Cinema,” Gender/Sexuality: The First Twenty Years, Josephine Ho ed., Taiwan: National Central University, 2016

“‘The Trembling Governor’ – ‘Progressive’ Sexual Governance in Colonial History,” Association for Taiwan Social Studies Annual Conference, Taiwan Fu Jen University, 2016
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Center for Chinese Studies, National Central Library, Taiwan, 2016

“Fengyue in Pearl River Delta During Late Qing and Early Republican China,” Center for Chinese Studies, Taiwan, 2016

Panelist, “Sisterhood is forever: Family-nation in 1930s Chinese cinemas”, “Sexuality Studies for 20 Years” Conference, organized by Taiwan National Central University, 2015
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“Predicament and Reconstitution of Family and Nation: The Light of Women (1937)” Talk by Commissioned Scholar, Hong Kong Film Archive, 2015

“Film Adaptations of Cao Yu’s Work,” Department of English, National Central University, Taiwan, 2015

“The (Re)making of the Hong Kong Ethic in 1950s Hong Kong Leftist Cinema,” “Neomoralism Under Neoliberalism” International Conference, Lingnan University, 2014

“Localness in Hong Kong 1930s-1950s Cinema,” Anthology of 10th Hong Kong Literary Festival Seminars, Hong Kong Public Library, 2014

Filming Margins: Tang Shu Shuen, a Forgotten Hong Kong Woman Director, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2004

Diasporama: Dead Air (1997)

June 30, 1997 (1997)

The Ideal/Na(rra)tion (1993)

Flow (1993)