魏楚雄教授 Prof. WEI Chuxiong

I. General Information
1.1 Academic Background
EDUCATION:
Ph.D. in History, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, August 1996
M.A. in Modern World History, Henan University, Kaifeng, China, November 1982
 
FIELDS OF EXPERTISE:
Chinese History, Asian History and Diplomacy, U.S. Foreign Policy, U.S. History 
 
1.2 Working Experience
2019, Professor & Associate Vice President, Beijing Normal University-Hong Kong Baptist University United International College in Zhuhai
In charge of Academic Registry, Whole Person Education Center, General Education Center, Chinese Language and Culture Center, English Language Center, International Development Office;
Chairperson of the Quality Assurance Committee, the Taskforce for Curricular Reform, the Academic Regulations and Review Committee, the Student Disciplinary Appeal Committee, the President Teaching, Research and Service Awards Committee, the Commencement Committee, the Interdisciplinary Committee, the College Examination Assurance Committee, Teaching and Learning Policy Committee, E-learning Committee.
Member of the Senior Executive Committee, Human Resources Working Group, Finance Working Group, Academic Registry-Deans Committee, Research for Course Release Committee, the Taskforce for Construction of the New Campus, General Education Board of Examiners, Academy of Continuing Education Management Committee, Postgraduate Studies and Research Coordinating Committee, Student Career Development Committee, the Senate, etc.      
 
2017-2018, Senior Consultant and Curricular Manager, Center for Chinese History and Culture, FSS, University of Macau
In charge of editing the history textbooks to be published by People’s Education Press in China for Macao youth; designing the tests for the competition for the knowledge on Chinese history and culture; arranging a series of public lectures for college and high school students; organizing Macao students for field trips to local cultural sites; organizing conferences on the subject of traditional Chinese culture; collaborating with Qinghua University in Beijing and East China Normal University for research and teaching; creating an MA program in Chinese history and culture; setting up the training program for local teachers of history and literature in Macao; compiling and editing collections of conference papers for publication as well as the book series on Chinese traditional history and culture; initiating and establishing the alliance for teaching Chinese history and culture in the Big Bay Area of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao; organizing various events and activities on the subject of Chinese culture and history; supervising all the student assistants for the Center; making a short film on the development of the Center; etc. 
 
2009-2010, 2012-2015, Founding Father, Head and Professor, Department of History, FSS/FSH, University of Macau 
 
2008-2009, Head and Associate Professor, Department of History, FSH, University of Macau;
 
2006-2008, Coordinator and Associate Professor, History Program, Department of Sociology, FSH, University of Macau;
 
2004-2006, Chair and Associate Professor, Department of History, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.;
 
2001-2004, Associate Professor, Department of History, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.;
 
1997-2001, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.;
 
1996-97, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History, Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington, U.S.A.;
 
1994-96, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, U.S.A.;
 
1983-88, Assistant Professor, History Institute, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Shanghai, China.
 
1.3 Awards and Honors
2019-Present, Chair Professor, Henan University, China
2018-2019, Chair Professor, Suzhou University, China 
2013-Present, Guest Researcher, Research Center for Civilized Areas, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China;
1999-Present, Guest Professor, Institute of History Research, the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, China;
2001-Present, Guest Professor, Center for Jewish Studies, the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, China;
2002, Arthur Vining Davis Awards, Susquehanna University; 
1987, Outstanding Thesis Awards, History Institute, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, China;
1987, Outstanding Thesis Awards, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, China;
1986, Outstanding Thesis Awards, Shanghai Association for Philosophy and Social Sciences, China.
 
II. Teaching
1.4 Courses Taught 
About 55 courses on different subjects have been taught at all the schools where I worked.
Supervisor for 6 PhD students, 10 MA students and 17BA students in History at UM
Advisor to about 50 BA students in History at Susquehanna University, U.S.A
 
III. Research
1.5 Publications
In English:
BOOKS:
2017, East-West Interactions book series, editor-in-chief, Brill, under which two volumes at production: 
Mario Cams, Companions in Geography: East-West Collaboration in the Mapping of Qing Territories (c. 1685-1735);  
Xiaojiang Li, Wolf Totem and the Post-Mao Utopian: A Chinese Perspective on Contemporary Western Scholarship
Geoffrey C. Gunn: World Trade Systems of the East and West: Nagasaki and the Asian Bullion Trade Networks.
2014, China: How the Empire Fell, co-editor, Routledge, Europe;
2014, Macao—The Formation of A Global City, editor, Routledge, Europe;
2014, Macao—Cultural Interactions and Literary Representations, co-editor, Routledge, Europe;
2012, China-Taiwan Relation in a Global Context: Taiwan’s Foreign Policy and Relations, editor, Routledge, Europe;
2009: Challenges to Chinese Foreign Policy: Diplomacy, Globalization, and the Next World Power, co-editor, University Press of Kentucky;
2002, Exploring Nationalisms of China: Themes and Conflicts, co-editor, Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.;
2001, Chinese Nationalism in Perspective: Historical and Recent Cases, co-editor, Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.;
1997, Sino-American Economic Relations, 1944-49, Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.
 
ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS:
2017, “Indian Naval Diplomacy: Its Practice, Performance and Implication for China,” co-author, Eurasia, Statum et Legem, Russia, July, pp. 12-24; 2017, “China and the West: Ocean Consciousness and the Strategy for National Security and Development,” Studies of Maritime History (《海洋史研究》Haiyangshi Yanjiu), Li Qingxin & Zheng Dehua, eds., (Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press [China], June), Vol 10, pp. 547-565;  
2016: “Historical Analogy: Japan’s Road toward War and Japan’s Postwar Road,” co-author, Cultural and Religious Studies (Valley Cottage, NY: David Publishing Company, 2016-17), Vol. 4, No. 9, Sept. pp. 553-563;
2015, “National Building and Saudi Arabia-Chinese Relations in the 1930s-1940s: Promoting Foreign Relations for Common Religious Interest,” co-author, Journal of Asian Politics and History, Fall, No. 7, pp. 1-16;
2015, “Part Two: Symposium:Transform the Chinese dream into a world dream”, co-author, Fours seas to One Family: Overseas Chinese and the Chinese Dream, edited by Tan Chung & L.H.M. Ling, (Beijing: Central Compilation and Translation Press);
2014, “Introduction,” in Macao—The Formation of A Global City, edited by C.X. George Wei, Routledge, Europe;
2013, “Discover the Third History in America: From ‘the Self History’ to ‘the Other History’ and ‘the Grand History’,” in Seeking the Common Dreams between the Worlds: Stories of Chinese Immigrant Faculty in North American Higher Education edited by Yan Wang & Yali Zhao, the Information Age Publishing House, U.S., pp. 81-109;
2012, “U.S.-China Relations and Its Impact on the Reconstruction of National Identity in Taiwan,” Taiwan and the Rise of Greater China Region, edited by Chung-chian Teng and Baogang Guo,Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group;
2012: “Canton/Macau: The Key to Premodern/Modern China,” Journal of Asian Politics & History, U.S., No 1, Fall, pp. 1-28;
2012, “The ‘Taiwan Issue’ and the ‘Taiwan Factor’: Studying the Cross-Strait Relations within the Global Context,” in China-Taiwan Relation in a Global Context: Taiwan’s Foreign Policy and Relations, edited by C.X. George Wei, Routledge, New York, NY, pp. 1-17;
2012, “Recent Taiwan-Japan Relations: The Interactions, Trends and Perspectives,” co-author, in China-Taiwan Relation in a Global Context: Taiwan’s Foreign Policy and Relations, edited by C.X. George Wei, Routledge, New York, NY, pp. 92-114;
2012, “Separating Politics from Economy: the Relations of Taiwan and South Korea,” co-author, in China-Taiwan Relation in a Global Context: Taiwan’s Foreign Policy and Relations, edited by C.X. George Wei, Routledge, New York, NY, pp. 115-139;
2012, “Taiwan’s Relations and Interactions with the Central Tibetan Administration in Exile,” co-author, in China-Taiwan Relation in a Global Context: Taiwan’s Foreign Policy and Relations, edited by C.X. George Wei, Routledge, New York, NY, pp. 174-198;
2011, “Image of U.S. in Macao,” Macao and Sino-U.S. Relations, eds. by Yufan Hao & Jianwei Wang, Lexington Books, pp. 113-134;
2011, “Mao’s Legacy Revisited: Its Lasting Impact on China and Post-Mao Era Reform,” Asian Politics & Policy, 2011, Volume 3, Number 1, pp. 3-27;
2010, “2010 Shanghai Expo: The Path to ‘Better City, Better Life,’” Chinese Cross Currents, July 2010, pp. 9-20;
2010, “A Unique Place in the World: Historical Western Images of Macau,” Review of Culture, No. 33, January, pp. 87-99;
2009, “From Cultural Nationalism to Transnational and Personal Arts: The Role of Dancers and Women in the Reconstruction of the Taiwanese Identity,” co-author, Hager: Studies in Culture, Polity and Identities, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, August, 147-74;
2009: “Engagement or Sanction: An Examination and Evaluation of American Economic Diplomacy toward China since the Cold War Era,” Challenges to Chinese Foreign Policy: Diplomacy, Globalization, and the Next World Power (University Press of Kentucky), June;
2009, “The American Presence in Macao: Some Chinese Perceptions of the U.S.,” Review of Culture, 2009, No. 29, January, pp. 7-16;
2008: “Politicization and De-politicization of History: The Past and Recent Trends in International Studies of the Nanking Massacre,” Chinese Historical Review,October;
2007, “The Cultural Revolution and Its Impact on the Fourth Generation of the Communist Leadership,” Special issue of The Journal of Comparative Asian Development, Vol. 5, No. 1, spring 2006, pp. 91-105;
2007, “Republican China,” The World and Its Peoples, London: Brown Reference Group;
2002, “Arts and Communication,” Imperial China (617-1644), ed. by Guangqu Xiu, (Manly);
2002, “A Cultural Search for National Identity: The Evolution of Taiwanese Nationalism,” Exploring Nationalisms of China: Themes and Conflicts, eds. By C.X. George Wei and Xiaoyuan Liu (Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.); 2002, “Imperialism, Nationalism, and Globalization: The Making of the Nationalist Postwar Reconstruction Policy,” Nations Under Siege: Globalization and Nationalism in Asia, ed. by Roy Starrs (Palgrave); 
2001, “Economic Nationalism versus Capitalist Economic Liberalism: The Negotiation of the Sino-American Commercial Treaty,” Chinese Nationalism in Perspective: Historical and Recent Cases, eds. By C.X. George Wei and Xiaoyuan Liu, (Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.);
2001, “The Economic Cooperation Administration, The State Department, and the American presence in China, 1948-1949,” Pacific Historical Review, Vol. 70, No. 1, February.
 
NEWSPAPERS ARTICLES AND BOOK REVIEWS:
2015, Review of the book, Mobile Horizons: Dynamics Across the Taiwan Strait Edited by Wen-hsin Yeh. Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, 2013, for Pacific Affairs, Volume 88, No. 4 – December, Vancouver, CA; 
2015, Review of the book Forgotten Ally: China’s World War II, 1937-1945 by Rana Mitter (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013) for H-Diplo;
2011, Review of the book《後寓言:[狼圖騰]深度詮釋》(李小江) (Houyuyan: Langtuteng shendu quanshi [Post-Allegory: An In-Depth Interpretation of Lang Tuteng] by Li Xiaojiang), Chinese Historical Review, March;
2007, Review of the book《澳門教育史》(劉羡冰) (Aomen Jiaoyushi [The Educational History of Macau] by Liu Xianbing), (Beijing: Renmin jiaoyue chubanshe), Chinese Historical Review, March;
2005, Review of the film on The Knowledge of Healing, by Franz Reichie, Education About Asia, Fall;
2004, Review of the book on Inventing the Nation: China, by Henrietta Harrison, Journal of Asian Studies, May;
2003, Review of the book on Economic Cold War: America’s Embargo against China and the Sino-Soviet Alliance, 1949-1963, by ZHANG Shu Guang, Pacific Historical Review, August;
2002, Review of the book on Mao’s China and the Cold War, by CHEN Jian, Pacific Historical Review, February;
2000, “The Ironies of history,” The Peoria Journal Star, IL, May 21;
2000, “The Ironies of Sino-American history,” Roanoke Times, VA, May 21;
2000, “Ironies of history, China and WTO,” Sunday Times (Central Contra Costa), GA, May 7;
1999, Review of the book on America’s Wars in Asia: A Cultural Approach to History and Memory, by Philip West, Steven I. Levine and Jackie Hiltz, eds., Education About Asia, vol. 4, no. 3 (winter, 1999);
1998, “Cold War attitudes poison U.S. foreign relations,” Daily Local News, PA December 24;
1998, “Cold War over, mentality remains,” Joplin Globe, MO, December 21;
1998, “Cold War mentality,” Daily Messenger, Canandaigua, NY, December 15;
1998, “Cultural ignorance,” The Patriot News, PA, December 13;
1998: Review of the book on Heterodox Thoughts during the Cultural Revolution, by SONG, Yongyi and SUN, Dajin, eds., Chinese Culture, vol. XXXIX, no. 3, (September, 1998), The China Academy, Taiwan;
1998: Review of the book China’s Foreign Economic Policy in Post-Mao Time, by TANG, Zongli, China Information, vol. XII, no. 3 (Winter 1997-1998), The Netherlands;
1997: Review of the book on The Taiwan China Connection: Democracy and Development Across the Taiwan Straits, by LENG, Tsekang, China Information, vol. XII, no. 1/2 (Summer/Autumn 1997), The Netherlands.
 
In Chinese:
BOOK:
Forthcoming (with contract),《戰火消彌中的龍與鷹:中國戰後重建與美國》(Dragon and Eagle during the Ending and Beginning of Wars: China’s Postwar Reconstruction and the United States), author, by Capital Normal University Press, China.
Forthcoming (with contract),《東方外交與俄羅斯:歷史與現狀》(Asian Diplomacy and Russia: History and the Present), co-editor, by Guangxi Normal University Press, China;
Forthcoming (with contract),《歷史演進中的東方與東南亞外交》(Asia in the Historical Evolvement and Diplomacy of Southeast Asia), co-editor, by Capital Normal University Press, China; 
Forthcoming (with contract),《侵略者記憶中的中日戰爭:二戰被俘日人及親歷者的口述記錄》(The Sino-Japanese War in the Memory of the Aggressors: The Oral Records of the Japanese POWs and Witnesses of the Second World War), co-editor, Capital Normal University Press; 
2016,《東方崛起與印度外交》(The Rise of Asia and India’s Diplomacy), co-editor, by Publication Center of the University Macau;
2015,《東方外交與朝鮮半島問題》(Asian Diplomacy and the Korean Peninsular Issue), co-editor, jointly by Publication Center of the University Macau & Social Sciences Academic Press, China;
2014, 《東西方文化與外交方略:實踐篇》(Cultures and Diplomatic Strategies of the East and the West: Practices), co-editor, Publication Center of the University Macau, Macao; 
2013, 《東方外交史中的日本》(Japan in Asian Diplomatic History), co-editor, Publication Center of the University Macau, Macao;
2013, 《東西方文化與外交方略:理論篇》(Cultures and Diplomatic Strategies of the East and the West: Theories), co-editor, Publication Center of the University Macau, Macao;
2011, 《東方外交與臺灣》(Asian Diplomacy and Taiwan), co-editor, Publication Center of the University Macau, September.
2009, 《東方外交史之發展》 (The Development of Asian Diplomatic History), co-editor, Publication Center of the University Macau, September.
 
ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS:
Forthcoming (with contract), <前言:俄國東方外交的形成、發展及其歷史趨勢> (Introduction: The Formation, Evolution and Historical Trend of Russian Diplomacy toward Asia), co-author, in 《東方外交與俄羅斯:歷史與現狀》(Asian Diplomacy and Russia: History and the Present), C.X. George Wei, Vladimir Datsyshen, Chen Fenglin & Anna Budenkova, eds., Capital Normal University Press, China;
Forthcoming (with contract), <序言: 東南亞外交的歷史演進> (Introduction: The Historical Advancement of Southeast Asian Diplomacy), co-author, in 《歷史演進中的東方與東南亞外交》(Asia in the Historical Evolvement and Diplomacy of Southeast Asia), C.X. George Wei & Chen Fenglin, eds., Capital Normal University Press, China;
2019 <五四運動: 精英心態、民族情緒和歷史的時空錯位> (The May Fourth Movement: the Elite Mentality, National Emotion and the Historical Misplacement in Time and Space), in 《珠海潮》(Zhuhai Trend of Thought) , (Beijing, China: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2019) Vol. 94, the second issue, pp. 3-20; 
2016, <序言:東方崛起與印度外交> (Introduction: The Rise of Asia and Indian Diplomacy), co-author, in《東方崛起與印度外交》(The Rise of Asia and India’s Diplomacy), co-editor, by Publication Center of the University Macau
2015, <論十至十四世紀中韓海上絲綢之路與東亞海域交涉網絡的形成> (“The Maritime Silk Route between China and Korea during Tenth-Fourteenth Centuries and the Formation of the Interaction Network in East Asian Oceans”), co-author,《江海學刊》(Journal of Rivers and Oceans), 
2015, <導言: 東方外交與朝鮮半島從古代走向現代的歷程> (“Introduction: Asian Diplomacy and the Path of the Korean Peninsula from Ancient Time to the Modern Time”), Li Tao, C.X. George Wei & Chen Fenglin, eds.,《東方外交與朝鮮半島問題》(Asian Diplomacy and the Korean Peninsular Issue), co-editor, jointly by Publication Center of the University Macau & Social Sciences Academic Press, China;
2014, <導言:東西方文化傳統、外交實踐以及外交風格的異同—兼論“軟實力”之影響與運用> (Introduction: The Cultural Traditions, Diplomatic Practices and Diplomatic Styles of the East and the West—the Function and Impact of “Soft Power”), co-authored, in 《東西方文化與外交方略:實踐篇》(Cultures and Diplomatic Strategies of the East and the West: Practices), co-editor, Publication Center of the University Macau, Macao;
2013, <前言:日本在東方外交史中的角色地位與歷史變遷> (“Introduction: The Evolving Role and Position of Japan in the History of Asian Diplomacy”), in 《東方外交史中的日本》(Japan in Asian Diplomatic History), eds. C.X. George Wei & Chen Fenglin, Publication Center of the University Macau, Macao;
2013, <導言:深入探討東西方外交理念與外交模式的同異> (“Introduction: In-depth Study of the Patterns and Ideals of the Eastern and Western Diplomacy”), co-author, in 《東西方文化與外交方略:理論篇》(Cultures and Diplomatic Strategies of the East and the West: Theories),eds. by C.X. George Wei & Chen Fenglin, Publication Center of the University Macau, Macao; 
2013, <百年辛亥,革命新議>, (The New Comment on the 1911 Revolution at Its Centennial Anniversary), 《辛亥革命與世界》,王曉秋主編 (The 1911 Revolution and the World, ed. by Wang Xiaoqiu), Beijing University Press, pp. 639-652; 
2013, <辛亥革命成因新探> (The New Account for the Cause of the 1911 Revolution), 《留學人員與辛亥革命》, 歐美同學會、中國留學人員聯誼會編(Overseas Chinese Students and the 1911 Revolution, eds. by The Europe-America Students Association and the Friendship Association of Chinese Overseas Students), Sino-Culture Press.
2012, <當代東西方外交戰略與理念的改變:中美外交的傳統及其新實踐>, (The Transformation of Contemporary Eastern and Western Diplomatic Strategy and Concept: The Diplomatic Tradition and New Practice of China and the U.S.”), 《亞洲研究》(Asian Studies), February, No. 64, pp. 167-194; 
2012, <歷史的節奏:海內外對辛亥革命的研究發展及爭議> (The Rhythm of History: The Development and Debates of the Overseas Study on the 1911 Revolution”),《徐州師大學報》(The Journal of Xuzhou Normal University), CSSCI journal,Vol. 38,  No. 2, pp. 76-83;
2011, <導言:近代臺灣的歷史命運與臺灣問題研究的新視野〉,(”Introduction: The Historical Fate of modern Taiwan and the New Perspective in Studying the Taiwan Issue”), 《東方外交與臺灣》(Asian Diplomacy and Taiwan), edited by C.X. George Wei & Chen Fenglin, Publication Center, University of Macau, 2011, pp. vii-xvi; 
2011, <歷年來海内外辛亥革命研究概述>, (“A Survey of the Studies on the Revolution of 1911 in China and Abroad”), 《神州交流》(Chinese Cross Currents), October, Vol. 8, No. 4, pp. 61-80;
2011, <淺析奧巴馬政府的對朝政策> (“A Brief Analysis of the Obama Administration’s Policy toward North Korea”),《當代韓國》(Contemporary Korea), March;
2010, <在美國發現第三种歷史:从“本歷史” 到“它歷史”再到“大歷史”> (“Discover the Third History from America: From ‘the Own History’ to ‘the Other History’ and ‘the Grand History’”),《在美國發現歷史:旅美中國歷史學者反思錄》(Discover History in America: The Reflection by Chinese Historians in the United States), eds. by Wang Xi 王希& Yao Ping 姚平, Beijing University Press;
2010, <化解歷史恩怨:從龍應台的《大江大海:一九四九》說起> (“Reconcile Historical Hostility: An Analysis from Long Yingtai’s Big River, Big Ocean: 1949”), 《九鼎》 (HOBBS Journal), Volume 31, No. 5;
2010, <兩岸關係中的博弈和選擇:誤區在哪裏?> (“The Game Played and the Choice Made in the Cross-Strait Relations: Where is Misleading To?”)《九鼎》 (HOBBS Journal), Volume 29, No. 3;
2009, <研究跨国历史的挑战:海外研究南京大屠杀的争议综述> (“Challenge to Studying Transnational History: An Overall Historical Count of the Research Abroad on the Nanking Massacre”), 《歷史研究》(History Research), The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, October, No. 5;
2009, <美國戰後對華經濟政策的演變〉(“The Evolution of the American Postwar Economic Policy toward China”),《東方外交史之發展》(The Development of Asian Diplomatic History), eds. by Chen Fenglin & C.X. George Wei, Publication Center of the University Macau;
2009, <東方歷史上的文明交流與融合> (“The Interactions and Integration of Civilizations in Eastern History”), 《歷史教學》 (Journal of History Teaching), 天津古籍出版社 (Tianjin Press for Classic Books), Tianjin, May;
2009, <歷史回顧> (“Historical Recollection”),  《中國改革開放三十年: 變與常》 (Thirty Years of Reform in China: Discontinuity and Continuity), edited by Cheng Yu-shek and Kam-yee Law, City University of Hong Kong Press, Hong Kong;
2008, <澳美關係所面臨的機遇和挑戰>(“The Opportunity and Challenge Faced in the Macau-U.S. Relations”),《九鼎》 (HOBBS Journal), No. 8 and 9;
2008, <挑戰傳統史學觀:美國中國城市史史學的發展> (“The Challenge to the Traditional Approaches: The Development of the American Historiography on Chinese Urban History”), 《史林》 (Historical Review), Vol. 104, No. 1, The Institute of History Research, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Shanghai;
2008, <文化民族主義在現代國家構建中的作用:臺灣文化民族主義的歷史角色、困境和突破>(“The Role of Cultural Nationalism in Modern State Building: The Dilemma and Breakthrough that Taiwanese Cultural Nationalism had as a Historical Actor”), 《国家认同与两岸未来》 (National Identity and the Future of the Two Sides of the Straits), edited by Zhidong Hao, The Center for Contemporary China Studies, University of Macau;
2007, “文化大革命及其對中共第四代領導人的影響”(“The Cultural Revolution and Its Impact on the Fourth Generation of the Chinese Communist Leaders), «文化大革命:歷史真相和集團記憶»(The Cultural Revolution: Historical Truth & Collective Memories), edited by Yongyi Song, Hong Kong, 田园书屋 (Greenfield Bookstore Press), ISBN: 962-339-066-1, Vol. 2, 2007, p. 904-915;
2006, <美國戰後對華經濟政策的演變>(“The Evolution of American Postwar Economic Policy toward China, 1944-1949”),《史林》 (Historical Review), No. 2, The Institute of History Research, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Shanghai;
1999, <冷戰與臺灣的戰後重建:美國經濟總署對國民黨政府經濟政策的演變>(“The Cold War and Taiwan’s Reconstruction: The Changing Economic Policy of the Economic Cooperation Administration of the U.S. toward the Nationalist Government”),《留美歷史學家協會論文集》(The Theses on Taiwan by Chinese Historians in the United States), Hong Kong: Asian Press for Science;
1987, <試論世界歷史上影響文化發展的幾個重要因素> (“Important Factors Affecting Cultural Cultivation in World History”),《上海文化發展戰略論文集》 (The Selected Theses on the Strategy of Cultural Development of Shanghai), Shanghai People’s Press, Shanghai;
1987, <第二次世界大戰對強權政治和世界歷史的影響> (“The Impact of the Second World War on Power Politics and in World History”) ,《國際關係理論研究》(Research on Theories of International Relations), Chinese Social Sciences Press, Beijing;
1987, <近代美國經濟中外資的作用與發展〉(“The Effect and Development of Foreign Investment in Modern America”),《世界經濟情況》(Information on World Economy), no. 143, Shanghai;
1987, <近代美國外資引進及成功原因> (“Foreign Investment in Modern America and the Reasons for Its Success”),《社會科學》(The Journal of Social Sciences), no. 4, Shanghai;
1987, <戰後美國對日政策的演變> (“The Evolution of American Policy towards Japan since World War II”),《世界歷史研究》(The Journal of World History Studies), no. 1, Beijing;
1986, <試論二戰對中美關係的影響> (“The Impact of the Second World War on Sino-American Relations”),《戰後國際關係論文選集》 (The Selected Theses on the Postwar International Relations,1986), The Shanghai Association for International Relations, Shanghai.;
1986, <第二次世界大戰給美國對華政策的影響> (“The Impact of the Second World War on American Policy toward China”) ),《史林》 (The Journal of History Field), no. 2, Shanghai;
1986, <存在主義史觀評價> (“Review of the Existentialist Concept of History”), 《世界歷史論文選》(The Selected Theses on World History), The Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Press, Shanghai;
1986, <試論兩二次大戰期間美國的軍事戰略和軍備政策> (“U.S. Military Strategy and Armament Policy between the Wars”), 《二戰起源論文集》(The Selected Theses on the Origin of the Second World War), East China Normal University Press, Shanghai;
1986, <英國病、法國病及其它> (“The Problems of Britain, France, and Others”) ,《新觀點》(New Points Bulletin), no. 128, Liberalization Daily Press, Shanghai;
1985, <史迪威事件> (“The Stilwell Incident and Its Cause”), 《近代史研究》(The Journal of Modern History Studies),no. 1, Beijing;
1985, <試論五卅運動期間美英外交之異同> (“The Similarities and Differences between the American and British Diplomatic Moves towards China during the May 30th Movement”),《社會科學》(The Journal of Social Sciences), no. 5, Shanghai;
1985, <試論第二次世界大戰對對戰後國際關係的影響—兼談世界結構的演變〉(“The Impact of World War II on the Postwar International Relations—The Evolution of the Global Structure in History”),《戰後國際關係論文集》 (The Selected Theses on the Postwar International Relations,1985), The Shanghai Association for International Relations, Shanghai.
 
TRANSLATIONS:
2012: <晚唐中國的觀音女性形象>(“Female Images of Kuan-Yin in Post-T’ang China,” by Chün-fang YÜ, Journal of Chinese Religions), 《西方中国宗教史研究论文集》(Western Essays on Chinese Religious History), ed. by Yao Ping, Shanghai Guji Chubanshe (Shanghai Press for Classic Books), Shanghai; 
2005, 26 pages of English translation of tour guide speech for the Qingpu Museum, Shanghai;
1989, co-translator, 《歷史的起源與目標》(The Origin and Goal of History), by Karl Jaspers (Yale University Press, New Haven, 1953), China Press, Beijing.
 
2.1 External Grants
2012, Grant from Macau Foundation for participating in the “The Third International Conference on Macaology,” Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing, November 14-16;
2009, Grant from the University of Tokyo for participating in “The 2nd Conference Canton and Nagasaki Compared” at the University of Tokyo and Nagasaki University, November 29-December 5; 
2009, Grant from Capital Normal University, Beijing for participating in the conference “Cross-cultural Exchanges and Its Impact on the Evolution of Civilization” at Capital Normal University, Beijing, September 21-23; 
2009, Grant from National Chengchi University, Taiwan for participating in International Conference on “Peaceful Development and Deepening Integration in the Greater China Region” at National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, June 11-13;
2008, Grant from the University of Helongjiang for participating in the Conference《“學術期刊與學術發展”——首屆兩岸四地學術名刊高層論壇》(“Academic Journals and Development—First High-Level Forum of the Top Academic Journals in the Four Places across the Taiwan Strait”)at the University of Helongjiang, Haerbin, December 23-28;
2008, Grant from the Institute of Korea Research, Zhongshan University for participating in the Conference 《韓半島南北關係和韓國安保政策研討會》(“The Security Policy of South Korea and the South-North Relations on the Korean Peninsula” at the Institute of Korea Research, Zhongshan University, Canton, December 15-16;
2008, Grant from Kartini Network to participate in the Conference “The Future of Asian Feminisms” at Bali, Indonesia, November 2-5; 
2007, Grant from Chong Chi College of the Chinese University of Hong Kong for participating in the Conference on “Continuity & Change: A New Generation of Historiography” at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, December 1-3;
2006, Grant from the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences for participating in the Conference “The 2nd World Forum on China Studies,” The Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Shanghai, September, 21-24;
2006, Grant from Foundation for China in the 21st Century for participating in the Conference on “Historical Truth and Collective Memory: International Conference for the 40th Anniversary of the Cultural Revolution,” Organized by Foundation for China in the 21st Century and held at the College of Staten Island, the City University of New York; International Resource Center, Queens Borough Public Library, New York, U.S.A., May 12-14;
2005, Grant from Nanchang University for organizing the International Conference on “Challenges to Chinese Foreign Policy in the Age of Globalization,” Nanchang University, Nanchang, June 2-6;
2003-2004, University Research Grant, Susquehanna University;
2000-2001, University Research Grant, Susquehanna University;
2002, Arthur Vining Davis Awards, Susquehanna University;
2000-2001, University Research Grant, Susquehanna University;
1998-99, Research Grant, Pacific Cultural Foundation, Taiwan;
1998-99, Faculty Research Grant, Susquehanna University;
1997-98, Publication Grant, Pacific Cultural Foundation, Taiwan;
1994-95, Research Grant, Pacific Cultural Foundation, Taiwan;
1988-93, Teaching and Research Fellowships, Washington University;
1987, Outstanding Thesis Awards, History Institute, The Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, China;
1987, Outstanding Thesis Awards, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, China;
1986, Outstanding Thesis Awards, Shanghai Association for Philosophy and Social Sciences, China;
2007-9, Research Grant, University of Macau; 
2006-7, Research Grant, University of Macau;
2003-2004, University Research Grant, Susquehanna University;
2000-2001, University Research Grant, Susquehanna University;
1998-99, Research Grant, Pacific Cultural Foundation, Taiwan;
1998-99, Faculty Research Grant, Susquehanna University;
1997-98, Publication Grant, Pacific Cultural Foundation, Taiwan;
1994-95, Research Grant, Pacific Cultural Foundation, Taiwan;
1988-93, Teaching and Research Fellowships, Washington University.
 
2.2 Internal Grants
2014, “Rescue History from Japanese POWs in China during and after the Second World War,” Multiple Year Research Grant (MYRG) of UM, MOP (Macao currency) 1,255,750;
2014, “The investigation and research on the overseas editions of the Twenty-Four Histories and the establishment of a database of the Twenty-Four Histories at the University of Macau,” MYRG (Second Principal Investigator) of UM, MOP1,500,000;
2012, “Asian Way of Diplomacy,” MYRG of UM, MOP1,400,000;
2010, “Taiwan’s Relations with the World since World War II,” Sponsored by UM MOP23,000;
2009, “From Red Guard to Independent Scholar: The Biography of Li Xiaojiang-Founder of the Feminist Movement of Contemporary China,” Sponsored by UM, MOP55, 588.00
2007, “Rescue History from Historians: Controversial Approaches to the History of Transnational Trauma in the Case of the Nanjing Massacre,” Sponsored by UM, MOP66, 900.00.
 
2.3 Other Information about Research Performance
2.3.1 Invited Review or Consultation and Short Articles for Referred Journals, Publishers and Newspapers
Served as reviewer of books or articles 16 times for 2005-2016.
 
2.3.2 Invited Talks, Chairing Work and Papers Presented at Regional, National and International Academic Conferences
Gave invited talks, presented a paper, and chairing panels at various academic conferences for about 90 times for 2005-2019. 
 
IV. External Services
2.3.3 Professional Societies & Services 
Professional Societies & Services 
2016-Present, Executive Board Member of the Grand Alliance for Teaching Chinese History and Culture in the Big Bay Area of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao (粤港澳大湾区中国历史文化教育大联盟);
2018-Present, Member of the Editorial Committee, China and Asia, Hong Kong University of Sciences and Techonology; 
04/2009-Present, Board Member of The Society for Relations Across the Taiwan Strait and Between Macao and Taiwan (兩岸與澳台關係學會), Macau;
10/2011-2014, Editorial Board Member of the Journal of Asian Politics and History, Clarewood Foundation, USA.;
2005-2010, Member of the Editorial Committee for Journal of Sichuan University;
1997-2006, Member of the Editorial Board for Susquehanna University Press;
2005-2006, Board Member of United Societies of China Studies (USCS); 
2004-2006, President of the Chinese Historians in the United States (CHUS);
2003-2006, Member of Advisory Board for the Mid-Atlantic Regions/the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), U.S.A.;
2000-2006, Member of the Association of Chinese Professor of Social Sciences in the United States (ACPSS);
2000-2003, Director of Phi Alpha Theta Chapter at Susquehanna University;
1997-2006, Representative of Susquehanna University to ASIANetwork;
1994-2006, Member of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS);
1992-2006, Member of the American Historical Association (AHA);
1990-Present, Life Member of the Chinese Historians in the United States (CHUS).
 
2.3.4 Organized Conferences
Organized or co-organized about 16 academic conferences for 2005-2018.
 
2.3.5 Interviews 
Interviewed by various medium stations and journalist for about 15 times for 2007-2019.