‘Diverse Cosmopolitan Visions and Intellectual Passions: Macanese Publics in British Hong Kong,’ Modern Asian Studies (forthcoming).
‘Macau Martyr or Portuguese Traitor? The Macanese communities of Macau, Hong Kong and Shanghai and the Portuguese Nation,’ Historical Research 93, no. 262 (2020), 754-768.
‘From Macanese Opium Traders to British Aristocrats: The Trans-imperial Migration of the Pereiras,’ Journal of Migration History 6, no. 2 (2020), 236-261.
‘Belonging to the City: Representations of a Colonial Clock Tower in British Hong Kong,’ Journal of Urban History vol. 45, no. 2 (2019), 321-332.
‘At the Edge of Two Worlds: Rethinking the Portuguese Diaspora in British Hong Kong,’ in Clara W.C. Ho, Ricardo K.S. Mak and Yue-him Tam (eds.), Voyages, Migration and the Maritime World: On China’s Global Historical Role (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2018), 233-244.
‘Folklore Without a Folk: Questions in the Preservation of the Marinduque Moriones Festival.’ International Journal of Heritage Studies 23, no. 1 (2017): 29-40.
‘The Currency of History in Hong Kong: Deconstructing Nostalgia through Soybean Milk.’ Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 44, no. 4 (2015): 145-175.
with Mak, Ricardo K.S., ‘Icons, Culture and Collective Identity of Postwar HongKong,’ Intercultural Communication Studies 12, no. 1 (2013), 158-173.
Review of Little Manila Is In The Heart: The Making of the Filipina/o American Community in Stockton, California in Itinerario- European Journal of Overseas History 41, special issue 2 (2017), 412-414.
Review of Saving Lake Tahoe by Michael Mackley in Material Culture 47, no. 2 (2015), 66.
Review of The Chinese Transformation of Corporate Culture by Colin. S.C. Hawes in Journal of International and Global Studies 6, no. 1 ( 2014), 138-140.
‘Dibiao, shenghuo yu jiyi– zhonglou de Xianggang gushi 地標、生活與記憶—鐘樓的香港故事’ (Landmark, Life and Memory- The
Clock Tower’s Hong Kong Story)，Shanghai Wenhui boa Wenhui xueren上海文匯報文匯學人 28，26 June 2015, 16.
‘Old Objects in a Futuristic World: Re-Imagining Hong Kong through the Clock Tower in the Eyes of Western Settlers and Local Citizens’ in Cross-Currents E-Journal 15 (June 2015).