Learning about Luxury Goods: Transmission of Mercantile Knowledge from the Southern Song to the Early Ming Periods .
Bulletin of the Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology. 2017; 5 : 291-327.
Childs Frick’s Appreciation of Chinese Blue-and-White Porcelains.
Arts of Asia. 2015; Vol.45 (No.1) : 38-47.
The Self-cultivation of Technocrats: Tang Ying’s (1682–1756) Cultural Production and Skill Acquisition 一位技術官僚的自我修養—督陶官唐英的文化創作和技藝習得.
The National Palace Museum Monthly . 2013; (364) : 92-102.
2017 “What Can Porcelain Tell Us about the Political Institution and Broad Cultural Patterns of the Mid Qing Dynasty?” at the Annual Meeting of Association of Asian Studies in Toronto, March 16-19.
2016 “From Epic to Romance: Adaptation of Classical Chinese Drama with a Commercial Sensibility,” at International Federation of Theatre Research Annual Meeting, hosted by Stockholm University, Sweden, June 13-17.
2015 “The Influence of Ru ware ceramics in the West,” at the International Conference on Ru Kiln, organized by Palace Museum, Beijing, November 16-18.
2014.3－2015.3 Co-Curator for the Exhibition: China Then and Now at the Nassau County Museum, New York
|2005||BA||Albert Einstein College of Medicine|
|Postdoctoral Fellow||Max-Planck-Institute for the History of Science, History of Science||-||Berlin, Germany|
|EAST 0600 - Literature and Social Inequality in Late Imperial China|
|EAST 1030 - Words on Things: Literature and Material Culture in Early Modern China|
|EAST 1190 - Literature and Science in Early Modern China|
|EAST 1940A - Crafting Early Modern China: Handicraft, Witchcraft and Statecraft|
|EAST 1951A - Prose of the World: Understanding Late Imperial China through Fiction and Belles-Lettres|
|EAST 1951B - From Desktop to Stage: Drama and Performance in Late Imperial China|