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

“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

“Sex/Gender Politics in 1950’s South China Left-wing Film Movement,” Marxism Festival Hong Kong, The Coming Society, 2016
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Speaker,“dirtypress” Symposium: “Occupation, Body and Power — Sex/Gender Politics in Social Movement,” Talentum Bookshop, Yau Ma Tei, 2015

Staged Reading of The Malady of Death: Écrire et Liredirected by Haegue Yang, curated by Mobile M+: Live Art, Sunbeam Theatre, 2015
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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

Q&A with Amber Hollibaugh, Screening of Heart of the Matter, “Neomoralism Under Neoliberalism” International Conference, Lingnan University, 2014
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“Masochist Men and Normal Women: Tang Shu Shuen and The Arch (1969).” In Lingzhen Wang (ed.) Chinese Women’s Cinema: Transnational Contexts. New York: Columbia University Press, 66-88, 2011

“Porn Power: Sexual and Gender Politics in Li Han-hsiang’s Fengyue Films.” In Yau, Ching (ed.) As Normal as Possible: Negotiating Sexuality and Gender In Mainland China and Hong Kong. Hong Kong University Press, 113-131, 2010

Performing Contradictions, Performing Bad-Girlness in Japan.” In Kathy E. Ferguson and Monique Mironesco (eds.), Gender and Globalization in Asia and the Pacific: Method, Practice, Theory. Honolulu: University of Hawaii, 211-244, 2008

“Li Han-hsiang’s Porn Power and Hong Kong Obscenity.” In Josephine Ho and Yin-Bin Ning (eds.) Taking Pornography Seriously. Chungli, Taiwan: Sexuality Studies, National Central University, 191-224, 2008

Porn Power: Using Li Han-hsiang’s Fengyue Films as a Case Study.” Wednesday Gender Seminars on Pornography, Gender Studies Programme and The Gender Research Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2007

“All I can do: Making work in migration,” Women Visual Book, Taipei: Taiwan Women Image Association, 2006

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

“Inspiration from Sex Work: Ways of Speaking from Where I Am.” In Kong King-chu (ed.), Asian Sexual Spaces. Hong Kong: Step Forward Press and Ziteng, 11-25, 2002

“Girl Play: 1st Hong Kong International Women’s Theatre Festival” Workshop, 2001, Hong Kong Arts Centre
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Seminar, “Girl Play: 1st Hong Kong International Women’s Theatre Festival,” Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2001

I’m Starving (1998)

Directing I’m Starving, 1998, New York

Flow (1993)