Book Chapters

Book Chapters

“Preface” to WHO’S NOT QUEER –– INTRODUCTION TO QUEER THEOLOGY IN HONG KONG, Rose Wu ed., Hong Kong: Christian Institute, 2013 “Sister Nation in 1930s Chinese Cinema,” GENDER/SEXUALITY: THE FIRST TWENTY YEARS, Josephine Ho ed., Taiwan: National Central University, 2016 “Moralizing Gender/Sexuality,” in NEW MORALISM: THOUGHTS IN CHINA, HONG KONG AND TAIWAN, Ning Yin-bin ed., Taiwan: National Central University, 2013 “All I can do: Making work in migration,” WOMEN VISUAL BOOK, Taipei: Taiwan Women Image Association, 2006 “Localness in Hong Kong 1930s-1950s Cinema,” ANTHOLOGY OF 10TH HONG KONG LITERARY FESTIVAL SEMINARS, Hong Kong Public Library, 2014 “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 “Queer Politics and Tongzhi Studies,” OUR CITY OUR SEX: HONG KONG EVERYDAY SEX/GENDER, eds. Scholars Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity. Hong Kong: Roundtable Synergy Books, 13-16, 2013 “‘Masculinity... What Do You Know About Masculinity? Muscle Does Not Equal Masculinity!’ –– the Representation of Genderization and Masculinity in You Were Meant for Me” THE CATHAY STORY, ed. Wong Ain-ling. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Film Archive, 150-161, 2002 〈身體與創意的邊緣化〉,載於許寶強、張秋玉合編,《遊走於體制內外––香港的文化研究與成人教育》,香港:牛津出版社,頁 119-127,2014 〈在操演與不操演之間:看被囚少年的影像實踐〉,載於羅永生編,《文化研究與文化教育》,香港:牛津出版社,頁140-188,2010 “Can I have MSG, an egg roll to suck on and some Asian American media on the side?” In Barbara Fischer (ed.), FOODCULTURE: TASTING IDENTITIES AND GEOGRAPHIES IN ART. Toronto: YYZ Books and University of Western Ontario, 146-161, 1999 “Are We Becoming the Designs We Don’t Know What To Do With?” DESIGNS YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH: A BOOK ABOUT THE MEANINGS OF DESIGN AND ITS ALTERNATIVES, eds. Siu King Chung and Phoebe Wong. Hong Kong: MCCM Creations, 220-223, 2002 “Inspiration from Sex Work: Ways of Speaking from Where I Am,” ASIAN SEXUAL SPACES: REALITIES AND DREAMS OF SEX WORKERS,ed. Kong King-chu, Hong Kong: Step Forward Press and Ziteng, 11-25, 2002 “Foreword: I used to live narrowly.” DRIVING LANTAU: WHISPER OF AN ISLAND, Lo Yin Shan and Anthony McHugh, Hong Kong: MCCM Creations, 2011

2017 “Queer Politics and Tongzhi Studies.” Our City Our Sex: Hong Kong Everyday Sex/Gender, eds. Scholars Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity. Hong Kong: Roundtable Synergy Books, 13-16
2015 The Difficulty of Imagining Southern Women/China in Modernity.” Early Cinematic Treasures Rediscovered. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Film Archive, 12-21
2012 “Stigmas in Coalition vs. Stigma as Metaphor.” Queer, Affect, Politics: Writings on Heather Love. Eds. Liu Jenpeng et al, Taipei: Mirage, 297-307
2011 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 Foreword: I used to live narrowly.” Driving Lantau: Whisper of an island, Lo Yin Shan and Anthony McHugh, Hong Kong: MCCM Creations
2010 Dreaming of Normal While Sleeping with Impossible: Introduction.” In Yau, Ching (ed.) As Normal as Possible: Negotiating Sexuality and Gender In Mainland China and Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 1-14
2010 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
2009 “We Are All Refugees.” The Box Book- Conversations. Hong Kong: MCCM Creations, 186-195
2009 “Performing Contradictions, Performing Bad-Girlness in Japan”: Susan Dewey (2009) Book review on Gender and Globalization in Asia and the Pacific: Method, Practice, Theory. Journal of International Women’s Studies Vol. 10(4), May, 334-337
2009 Alumni,” Comparative Literature: Inspiring Cultural Talents: 20 Years and After, Department of Comparative Literature, University of Hong Kong, 48.
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 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
2007 “A Sensuous Misunderstanding: Women and Sexualities in Li Han-hsiang’s Fengyue Films.” In Ainling Wong (ed.), Li Han-hsiang, Storyteller. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Film Archive, 2007, 142 -166
2006 “Preface: Developing Discursive Spaces for Sexual Politics in Hong Kong.” In Yau, Ching (ed.), Sexual PoliticsHong Kong: Cosmos Books, 2-25
2002 ‘Masculinity… What Do YouKnow About Masculinity? Muscle Does Not Equal Masculinity!’ –– the Representation of Genderizationand Masculinity in You Were Meant for Me.” In Wong Ain-ling (ed.), The Cathay Story. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Film Archive, 150-161
2002 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 Are We Becoming the Designs We Don’t Know What To Do With?Designs You Don’t Know What To Do With: A Book about the Meanings of Design and Its Alternatives, eds. Siu King Chung and Phoebe Wong. Hong Kong: MCCM Creations, 220-223
2001 “The Difficulty of Writing on Ann Hui.” In Cinedossier: The 36th Golden Horse Award-Winning Films. Taiwan: Golden Horse Film Festival, 91-96
2000 “Bisexuality and Duality in Hold You Tight.” In Cinedossier: The 35th Golden Horse Award-Winning Films. Taiwan: Golden Horse Film Festival, 116-122
1999 Can I have MSG, an egg roll to suck on and some Asian American media on the side?” In Barbara Fischer (ed.), Foodculture: Tasting Identities and Geographies in Art. Toronto: YYZ Books and University of Western Ontario, 146-161