Working Paper Series
Working Paper Series (Previously known as Occasional Paper Series)
The LEWI Working Paper Series is an endeavour of LEWI to foster dialogues among institutions and scholars in the field of East-West studies.
LEWI’s Working Paper Series serves as a forum for the speedy and informal exchange of ideas as scholars and academic institutions attempt to grapple with issues of an inter-cultural and global nature.
Circulation of this series is free of charge. Feedback should be addressed directly to authors. Abstracts and full text of papers (please click for full text) can be downloaded from the LEWI web page.
Scholars in East-West studies at member universities who are interested in submitting a paper for publication should send article manuscript, preferably in a WORD file via e-mail, as well as submission form to the Series Secretary at the address below. Preferred type is Times New Romans, not less than 11 point. The Editorial Committee will review all submissions and the Institute reserves the right not to publish particular manuscripts submitted. Authors should hear from the Series Secretary about the review normally within one month after submission. Copyrights: Unless otherwise stated, copyright remains with the author.
► LI Si Ming
► Cindy Yik-yi CHU
Editorial Advisory Board
► Martha CHEUNG
► Eva MAN
► Terry YIP CHEN Ling
► Vivienne LUK
► WONG Man Kong
The David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies (LEWI), and its officers, representatives, and staff, expressly disclaim any and all responsibility and liability for the opinions expressed, or for any error or omission present, in any of the papers within the Working Paper Series. All opinions, errors, omissions and such are solely the responsibility of the author. Author must conform to international standards concerning the use of non-published and published materials, citations, and bibliography and is solely responsible for any such errors.
An acknowledgement should be included in the author’s final published version (in a journal, book or other forms) of the working paper. The acknowledgement may read like this: “An earlier version of this article was first published in [year] in the Working Paper Series, David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University.”
►  Hei Ting WONG (University of Pittsburgh), Looking Through Headliner – Can RTHK Become “Hong Kong’s BBC”?, English/27 pages, April 2017.
►  Lan-Hung Nora CHIANG (National Taiwan University), Zee Ken Christopher Wong (National Taiwan University) and Chia-Yuan Huang (University College London), Recent (Young) Taiwanese Movers to Hong Kong:Challenges and Opportunities in a Global City, English/33 pages, May 2015.
►  Lan-Hung Nora CHIANG (National Taiwan University), Mobile Young Global Talents: A Pilot Study of Taiwanese in Singapore and Hong Kong SAR, English/37 pages, November 2014.
►  Si-ming LI (Hong Kong Baptist University), Burst of Property Bubble and Hong Kong’s Changing Land and Housing Policies Post-1997: Political-Economic Implications, English/25 pages, July 2014.
►  Sandra DIEHL, Barbara MUELLER, and Ralf TERLUTTER (Alpen-Adria Universitaet Klagenfurt), The Usefulness of GLOBE Dimensions in Analyzing Consumer Perceptions of Advertising: Results from Multinational Studies，English/28 pages, June 2014.
►  Han CHONG (University of Western Sydney), Understanding language and (dis)belongingness in present-day Sydney and Los Angeles using Weibo – a preliminary proposal, English/11 pages, June 2014.
►  Han CHONG (University of Western Sydney), Struggles for social belonging on weibo:Chinese overseas students’ accounts of their experiences in Australia, English/27 pages, June 2014.
►  陳德寧 (廣東商學院), 鄭天祥 (中山大學), 梁倩婷 (廣東商學院), 回歸十五周年：香港核心價值觀思考，共 17 頁 ， 2013年9月。
►  Allison HUI, Shanshan LAN, and Adrian J BAILEY (David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University), Transbordering and Diverse Hong Kong Mobilities, English/24 pages, July 2013.
►  Kearrin SIMS (University of Western Sydney, Australia), Raising Homes for a Rising Asia: Development-induced-displacement and Regionalism in Laos., English/24 pages, June 2013.
►  Kara CHAN (Hong Kong Baptist University), Russell B. WILLIAMS (Higher Colleges of Technology), Adolescent girls’ perception of gender roles and gender identities: A qualitative study, English/27 pages, June 2012.
►  CHEN Wei (Wuhan University), The Image of China in Hong Kong Media: Content Analysis of the Coverage in Hong Kong Newspapers, English/19 pages, April 2012.
►  Nicolas DOUAY (Université Paris-Diderot), PLANNING 2.0, from Protest to Participation, East-West Perspectives, English/16 pages, Feburary 2012.
►  李思名 (香港浸會大學 ), 王珺 (香港浸會大學), 中國的崛起與城市與經濟空間在全球範圍的重構，共 21 頁 ， 2011年11月。
►  Stefanie SCHERR (Swinburne University of Technology/Melbourne), Waiting at the Gates of Hong Kong: Russian Refugees in Hong Kong during the 1950s and 1960s, English/30 Pages, October 2011.
►  CHEN Ling (Hong Kong Baptist University), Guangchao FENG (Hong Kong Baptist University), Vivienne Shuet Yan LEUNG (Hong Kong Baptist University), Information Sources, Perceptions, and Attitudes as Predictor and Mediator of Behavioral Inclination: A Study of School Students Social Learning about Persons with a Disability, English/22 Pages, September 2011.
►  CHEN Yanrong (Lanzhou University), The Encounters of Chinese Women with China Inland Mission’s English Female Missionaries: Reconstruction of the conversion journey of Chinese women based on the record from missionary, English/30 Pages, August 2011.
►  Huimin DU (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Si-ming LI (Hong Kong Baptist University), Is It Really Just a Rational Choice? The Contribution of Emotional Attachment to Temporary Migrants' Intention to Stay in the Host City in Guangzhou, English/16 Pages, July 2011.
►  Daud HASSAN (University of Western Sydney), Land Based Sources of Marine Pollution Control in Japan: A Legal Analysis, English/18 Pages, June 2011.
►  Daud HASSAN (University of Western Sydney), Land Based Sources of Marine Pollution Control in the South China Sea: A Regional Overview, English/28 Pages, May 2011.
►  HOU Quan (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Si-ming LI (Hong Kong Baptist University), Transport Infrastructure Development and Changing Spatial Accessibility in the Great Pearl River Delta, China, 1990-2020, English/26 pages, April 2011.
►  TSOI Sze Pang, Pablo (Hong Kong Baptist University), Paralysis and Paranoia: Comparing Lu Xun and Joyce: Two Contrasted Modes of Modernism, English/28 pages, March 2011.
►  Cindy Yik-yi CHU (Hong Kong Baptist University), Hong Kong, the United States, and Business Concerns, English/23 pages, February 2011.
►  Si-ming LI (Hong Kong Baptist University), Housing Inequalities under Market Deepening: The Case of Guangzhou, China, English/22 pages, January 2011.
►  Pipsa PURHONEN (University of Jyväskylä), Collaborative Interaction in the Internationalization of Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises, English/22 pages, December 2010.
►  Gary BETTINSON (Lancaster University), Wong Kar-wai and the Aesthetics, English/20 pages, November 2010.
►  張耀宗 (清華大學)，走出文學史的視野：朱祖謀《詞莂》的歷史語境與晚清詞學，共18頁，2010年10月。
ZHANG Yaozong (Tsinghua University), A Study on the Historical Context of Zhu Zumou's Ci Bie and Ci poety in late Qing period, Chinese/18 pages, October 2010.
►  Hilary HE Hongjin (University of Western Sydney), "One Movie, Two Versions": Hong Kong Cinema in the Mainland, English/35 pages, September 2010.
►  DU Juan (Hong Kong Baptist University), An Empirical Study of Acculturation of Mainland Chinese in Hong Kong, English/18 pages, August 2010.
►  ZHANG Xiaoyin (Xiamen University), Integration of Science and Coastal Management: A Case Study of Hong Kong, English/17 pages, July 2010.
►  TSOI Ah Chung (Hong Kong Baptist University), The Vision of Hong Xiuquan, English/ pages, June 2010.
►  LI Yangfan (Nanjing University), Urbanization and Global Environmental Change (UGEC) in Hong Kong: Preliminary Survey and Implications for Mainland China, English/18 pages, May 2010.
►  彭侃(清華大學)，關於當代中國獨立電影的話語分析 — 一個初步的東西比較，共27頁，2010年4月。
PENG Kan (Tsinghua University), Discourse Analysis on Comtemporary Chinese Independent Film: A Preliminary East-West Comparison, Chinese/27 pages, April 2010.
►  段園園 (蘭州大學)，7-11 世紀景教在陸上絲綢之路的傳播，共33頁，2010年3月。
DUAN Yuanyuan (Lanzhou University), The spread of Nestorianism along the Silk Road from 7th to 11th Century, Chinese/33 pages, March 2010.
►  Poshek FU (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Popular History: Filming Opium War in Occupied Shanghai, English/19 pages, February 2010.
►  Steve GUO (Hong Kong Baptist University), HUANG Yu (Hong Kong Baptist University), TO Yiu Ming (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Fanny CHAN (Hong Kong Baptist University), Credibility, News Sources and Relationship: The Case of Hong Kong Audience, English/21 Pages, January 2010.
►  Kwai-cheung LO (Hong Kong Baptist University), Reconfiguring Chinese Diaspora through the Eyes of Ethnic Minorities: Tibetan Films by Exiles and Residents in People’s Republic of China, English/28 pages, December 2009.
►  K. L. Alex LAU (Hong Kong Baptist University), Immigration and Nationality Anomalies of Hong Kong, English/16 pages, November 2009.
►  郭悅 (吉林大學)，本地人與外地移民在工資、可行能力及倫理態度上的差異—以中國大陸的兩個城市為例，共32頁，2009年10月。
GUO Yue (Jilin Univerisity), Migrant-Native Wage, Capabilities and Ethical Attitudes Differentials in Two Cities of Mainland China, Chinese/32 pages, October 2009.
►  David S. GUTTORMSEN (University of Leeds), Institutions of Scandinavian Expatriatism in Hong Kong: A Dynamic Perspective on Interaction and Adjustment, English/48 pages, September 2009.
►  Linjuan Rita MEN (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Chun-ju Flora HUNG (Hong Kong Baptist University), Exploring the Value of Organization-public Relationships in Strategic Management: From a Resource-based View, English/34 pages, August 2009.
►  David Cheunyan LAI (University of Victoria), Chinatowns: From Slums to Tourist Destinations, English/ 21 pages, July 2009.
►  夏倩芳 (武漢大學) ，尹瑛 (武漢大學)，大陸媒體績效考核制度下新聞專業主義的實踐邏輯：國家 -- 市場之外的視角，共36頁，2009年6月。
Xia Qianfang (Wuhan University) and Yin Ying (Wuhan University), The Logic of Discursive Professionalism in the Performance Review of Chinese Media Practitioners: Perspectives beyond the State and Market, Chinese/ 36 pages, June 2009.
►  LIU Yigong (Lanzhou University), Chinese Legal Tradition and its Modernization, English/13 pages, May 2009.
►  CHEN Ling (Hong Kong Baptist University), Cultural Identity as a Production in Process: Dialectics in Hongkongers' Account, English/26 pages, April 2009.
►  Hao-Chieh CHANG (Hong Kong Baptist University), Commitment for Life and Beyond: Persuasive Discourses Employed in a Body Donation Campaign in Taiwan, English/25 pages, March 2009.
►  譚小琴 (清華大學)，清華大學、香港浸會大學、牛津大學的技術轉移模式比較研究，共38頁，2009年2月。
TAN Xiaoqin (Tsinghua University), A Comparative Study of the Technology Transfer Models in Tsinghua University, Hong Kong Baptist University, and Oxford University, Chinese/38 pages, February 2009.
►  Emilie Yueh-yu YEH (Hong Kong Baptist University), Cross-cultural Analysis: Wenyi (文藝) and Melodrama, English/19 pages, January 2009.
►  郭中實 (香港浸會大學)，黃煜 (香港浸會大學)，杜耀明 (香港浸會大學)，陳芳怡 (香港浸會大學)，「香港新聞媒介表現」研究，共15頁，2008年12月。
Steve GUO (Hong Kong Baptist University), HUANG Yu (Hong Kong Baptist University), TO Yiu Ming (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Fanny CHAN (Hong Kong Baptist University), Hong Kong News Media Performance Study, Chinese/15 pages, December 2008.
►  David Francis URROWS (Hong Kong Baptist University), The Pipe Organ and the Jesuits in China: A Brief Survey, English/22 pages, November 2008.
►  CHEN Yi-Ru Regina (Hong Kong Baptist University), MNC-Government Relations and Corporate Political Strategies of MNCs in China’s Era of Marketization, English/27 pages, October 2008.
►  陳秀鶯 (華南理工大學)，高新技術中小企業關係質量的因困關係研究，共34頁，2008年9月。
CHEN Xiuying (South China University of Technology), A Study on High-tech SMEs Relationship Marketing Research in China, Chinese/34 pages, September 2008.
►  LAU Patrick W. C. (Hong Kong Baptist University), National Identity and the Beijing Olympics: School Children’s Responses in Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong, English/19 pages, August 2008.
►  HO Wai Chung (Hong Kong Baptist University), A Review of Moral Education in China's Music Education, English/16 pages, July 2008.
►  Cynthia F. K. LEE (Hong Kong Baptist University), Some Insights on Essential Elements and Barriers of Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Research in Higher Education, English/12 pages, June 2008.
►  Flora C. J. HUNG (Hong Kong Baptist University), Cultural Influence on the Relationship Cultivation Strategies in the Chinese Society, English/30 pages, May 2008.
►  Emilie Yueh-yu YEH (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Neda Hei-tung Ng (Hong Kong Baptist University), Magic, Medicine, Cannibalism: the China Demon in Hong Kong Horror, English/22 pages, April 2008.
►  汪暉 (清華大學)，去政治化的政治與中國的短二十世紀的終結，共51頁，2008年3月。
WANG Hui (Tsinghua University), The Politics of Depoliticizing Politics and the End of China’s 20th Century, Chinese/36 pages, March 2008.
►  沈本秋 (復旦大學)，香港的國際政治經濟「二元特徵」與美國的香港政策，共36頁，2008年2月。
SHEN Benqiu (Fudan University), The Dualistic Structure of Hong Kong’s Political Economy and U.S. – Hong Kong Policy, Chinese/36 pages, February 2008.
►  梁婷婷 (四川大學)，「被全球化」的城市 —— 1990年代末以來 成都市城市形象廣告片的社會背景與自我表徵，共18頁，2008年1月。
LIANG Tingting (Sichuan University), The Globalised City: Social Background and Self-Representation of City Promotional Videos of Chengdu – 1999 to 2006, Chinese/18 pages, January 2008.
►  龍明慧 (中山大學)，原型理論下的中西翻譯認知，共15頁，2007年12月。
LONG Minghui (Sun Yat-sen University), Prototype-Based Analysis of Chinese and Western Conception of Translation, Chinese/15 pages, December 2007.
►  Emilie Yueh-yu YEH (Hong Kong Baptist University) and WANG Hu (Phoenix Television), Transcultural Sounds: Music, Identity and the Cinema of Wong Kar-wai, English/16 pages, November 2007.
►  YAN Feng (Fudan University), Metamorphosis and Mediality: An Interart Aproach to the Reception of Stephen Chow’s A Chinese Odyssey in Mainland China, English/14 pages, October 2007.
►  CHEN Xiangyang (New York University), Technologizing the Vernacular: Cantonese Opera Films through The Legend of Purple Hairpin, English/32 pages, September 2007.
►  Yiu Fai CHOW (University of Amsterdam), Fear or Fearless: Martial Arts Films and Dutch-Chinese Masculinities, English/34 pages, August 2007.
►  葉智仁 (西門菲沙大學)， 全球消費主義與倫理營銷：耶、儒思想的初步回應，共20頁，2007年7月。
Toby YIP (Simon Fraser University), Global Consumerism and Ethical Marketing: Initial Responses from Christianity and Confucianism, Chinese/20 pages, July 2007.
►  許維賢 (北京大學)， 黑騎士的戀物/（歷史）唯物癖：董啟章論，共43頁，2007年6月。
HEE Wai Siam (Peking University), Fetishism or (Historical) Materialism of Black Rider: Critical Perspective on the Works of Dung Kai-cheung, Chinese/43 pages, June 2007.
►  Stephen Yiu-wai CHU (Hong Kong Baptist University), Before and After the Fall: Mapping Hong Kong Cantopop in the Global Era, English/21 pages, May 2007.
►  Janet SALAFF (University of Toronto), Angela SHIK (University of Toronto) and Arent GREVE (Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration), Like Sons and Daughters of Hong Kong: The Return of the Young Generation, English/34 pages, April 2007.
►  Pablo Sze-pang TSOI (The University of Hong Kong), Joyce and China: A Mode of Intertextuality - The Legitimacy of Reading and Translating Joyce, English/24 pages, March 2007.
►  Peter NEWELL (Global Initiative to End All Corporal Punishment of Children), The Immediate Human Rights Imperative to Prohibit All Corporal Punishment of Children, English/16 pages, February 2007.
►  Brenda ALMOND (University of Hull), Analysing and Resolving Values Conflict, English/18 pages, January 2007.
►  Brenda ALMOND (University of Hull), Social Policy, Law and the Contemporary Family, English/32 pages, December 2006.
►  Brenda ALMOND (University of Hull), Conflicting Ideologies of the Family: Is the Family Just a Social Construct?, English/20 pages, November 2006.
►  Emilie Yueh-yu YEH (Hong Kong Baptist University), Incriminating Spaces: Border Politics of Mukokuseki Asia, English/19 pages, October 2006.
►  CHAN Kwok-bun (Hong Kong Baptist University), Globalization, Localization, and Hybridization: Their Impact on Our Lives, English/22 pages, September 2006.
►  張美蘭 (清華大學)，美國傳教士狄考文對十九世紀末漢語官話研究的貢獻：《官話類編》專題研究，共47頁，2006年8月。
Zhang Meilan (Tsinghua University), A Study on Calvin Wilson Mateer’s A Course of Mandarin Lessons: Contributions of American Missionaries to the Study of Mandarin Chinese in the Late 19th Century, Chinese/47 pages, August 2006.
►  Janet SALAFF (University of Toronto) and Arent GREVE (Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration), Chinese Immigrant Women: From Professional to Family Careers, English/38 pages, July 2006.
►  Paul HOCKINGS (United International College, Beijing Normal University/Hong Kong Baptist University), Gaoqiao, a Second Look at a Well-Studied Yunnan Village, English/13 pages, June 2006.
►  CHEN Ling (Hong Kong Baptist University), Traditional Chinese Value Orientations as Indigenous Constructs: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis, English/21 pages, May 2006.
►  Thomas Y. T. LUK (The Chinese University of Hong Kong), Adaptations and Translations of Western Drama: A Socio-cultural Study of Hong Kong Repertory Company's Past Practices, English/14 pages, April 2006.
►  Eugene EOYANG (Lingnan University), Of “Invincible Spears and Impenetrable Shield”: The Possibility of Impossible Translations, English/10 pages, March 2006.
►  CHAN Kwok-bun (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Leo DOUW (University of Amsterdam), Differences, Conflicts and Innovations: An Emergent Transnational Management Culture in China, English/25 pages, February 2006.
►  Emilie Yueh-yu YEH (Hong Kong Baptist University), Innovation or Recycling? Mandarin Classics and the Return of the Wenyi Tradition, English/22 pages, January 2006.
►  何平 (四川大學) ，陳國賁 (香港浸會大學) ，中外思想中的文化 “ 雜交 ” 觀念，共 25 頁，2005年12月。
HE Ping (Sichuan University) and CHAN Kwok-bun (Hong Kong Baptist University), Hybridity: Concepts and Realities in China and the World, Chinese/25 pages, December 2005.
►  Vivian C. SHEER (Hong Kong Baptist University) and CHEN Ling (Hong Kong Baptist University), The Construction of Fear Appeals in Chinese Print OTC Ads: Extending the Four-Component Message Structure, English/29 pages, November 2005.
►  CHUNG Po Yin (Hong Kong Baptist University), Moguls of the Chinese Cinema – the Story of the Shaw Brothers in Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore, 1924-2002, English/18 pages, October 2005.
►  CHAN Kwok-bun (Hong Kong Baptist University), Cosmopolitan, Translated Man, or Stranger? Experimenting with Sociological Autobiography, English/33 pages, September 2005.
►  LEUNG Hon Chu (Hong Kong Baptist University), Globalization, Modernity, and Careers at Work: Life Politics of Woman Workers in Hongkong-Shenzhen, English/14 pages, August 2005.
►  CHAN Kwok-bun (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Odalia M.H. WONG (Hong Kong Baptist University), Private and Public: Gender, Generation and Family Life in Flux, English/21 pages, August 2005.
►  陳國賁 (香港浸會大學)，黎熙元 (廣州中山大學)，陸何慧薇 (香港浸會大學)，中國 “ 三資 ” 企業中的文化衝突與文化創新，共 19 頁，2005年7月。
CHAN Kwok-bun (Hong Kong Baptist University), LI Xiyuan (Sun Yat-sen University) and Vivienne LUK (Hong Kong Baptist University), The Cultural Conflicts and Cultural Innovation of Sino-foreign Joint Ventures in China, Chinese/19 pages, July 2005.
►  Yinbing LEUNG (Hong Kong Baptist University), The “Action Plan to Raise Language Standards”: A Response to the Economic Restructuring in Post-colonial Hong Kong, English/28 pages, July 2005.
►  Hanneke TEEKENS (Netherlands Organization for International Cooperation in Higher Education, NUFFIC), East West: at Home the Best?, English/19 pages, June 2005.
►  Timothy Man-kong WONG (Hong Kong Baptist University), Printing, Evangelism, and Sinology: A Historical Appraisal of the Sinological Publications by Protestant Missionaries in South China, English/28 pages, May 2005.
►  Georgette WANG (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Emilie Yueh-yu YEH (Hong Kong Baptist University), Globalization and Hybridization in Cultural Production: A Tale of Two Films, English/25 pages, April 2005.
►  Jonathan E. ADLER (City University of New York), Cross-Cultural Education, Open-mindedness, and Time, English/17 pages, March 2005.
►  Koon-kwai WONG (Hong Kong Baptist University), The Greening of the Chinese Mind: Environmental Awareness and China's Environmental Movement, English/21 pages, February 2005.
►  Ashley TELLIS (Eastern Illinois University), Cyberpatriarchy: Chat Rooms and the Construction of ‘Man-to-Man' Relations in Urban India, English/14 pages, January 2005.
►  Yingjin ZHANG (University of California, San Diego), Styles, Subjects, and Special Points of View: A Study of Contemporary Chinese Independent Documentary, English/31 pages, December 2004.
►  CHAN Kwok Bun (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Vivienne LUK (Hong Kong Baptist University), Conflict Management Strategies and Change in Sino-Japanese, Sino-Korean, and Sino-Taiwanese Joint Ventures in China, English/38 pages, November 2004.
►  Darrell William DAVIS (University of New South Wales), Saving Face: Spectator and Spectacle in Japanese Theatre and Film, English/26 pages, October 2004.
►  CHAN Kwok Bun (Hong Kong Baptist University), The Stranger's Plight, and Gift, English/17 pages, September 2004.
►  WANG Wen (Lanzhou University) and TING Wai (Hong Kong Baptist University), Beyond Identity? Theoretical Dilemma and Historical Reflection of Constructivism in International Relations, English/32 pages, August 2004.
►  Leo DOUW (University of Amsterdam), Embedding Transnational Enterprises in China during the Twentieth Century: Who's in Control?, English/32 pages, July 2004.
►  Ramona CURRY (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Bridging the Pacific with Love Eterne: Issues in Early Crossover Marketing of Hong Kong Cinema, English/36 pages, June 2004.
►  Timothy Man-kong WONG (Hong Kong Baptist University), Local Voluntarism: The Medical Mission of the London Missionary Society in Hong Kong, 1842–1923, English/36 pages, June 2004.
►  Bradley R. BARNES (The University of Leeds) and Oionglei Yu (Zhejiang University of Technology and Business), Investigating the Impact of International Cosmetic Advertising in China, English/11 pages, May 2004.
►  LO Kwai Cheung (Hong Kong Baptist University), The Myth of “Chinese” Literature: Ha Jin and the Globalization of “National” Literary Writing, English/21 pages, April 2004.
►  Dorothy Wai-sim LAU (Chu Hai College), Between Personal Signature and Industrial Standards: John Woo as a Hong Kong Auteur in Hollywood, English/27 pages, March 2004.
►  CHUNG Ling (Hong Kong Baptist University), The Pacific Rim Consciousness of American Writers in the West Coast, English/18 pages, March 2004.
►  ZHANG Longxi (City University of Hong Kong), Marco Polo, Chinese Cultural Identity, and an Alternative Model of East-West Encounter, English/23 pages, March 2004.
►  鄭宏泰 (香港大學亞洲研究中心)，黃紹倫 (香港大學亞洲研究中心)，移民與本土：回歸前後香港華人身份認同問題的探討，共 35 頁 ， 2003年12月 。
Victor ZHENG (Centre of Asian Studies, The University of Hong Kong) and WONG Siu-lun (Centre of Asian Studies, The University of Hong Kong), Immigrant or Local: A Study on Hong Kong Chinese Identity after Handover, Chinese/35 pages, December 2003.
►  Jayne RODGERS (University of Leeds), New Politics? Activism and Communication in Post-Colonial Hong Kong, English/17 pages, December 2003.
►  Tiziana LIOI (La Sapienza University, Rome), T.S. Eliot in China: A Cultural and Linguistic Study on the Translation of The Waste Land in Chinese, English/29 pages, November 2003.
►  Emilie Yueh-yu YEH (Hong Kong Baptist University), Elvis, Allow Me to Introduce Myself: American Music and Neocolonialism in Taiwan Cinema, English/29 pages, November 2003.
►  Yingjin ZHANG (University of California, San Diego), Transregional Imagination in Hong Kong Cinema: Questions of Culture, Identity, and Industry, English/14 pages, November 2003.
►  Martha P. Y. CHEUNG (Hong Kong Baptist University), Representation, Mediation and Intervention: A Translation Anthologist's Preliminary Reflections on Three Key Issues in Cross-cultural Understanding, English/29 pages, October 2003.
►  Renate KRIEG (University of Applied Sciences, Werderstr), The Aspect of Gender in Cross-Cultural Management – Women's Careers in Sino-German Joint Ventures, English/23 pages, June 2003.
►  Ien ANG (University of Western Sydney), Representing Social Life in a Conflictive Global World: From Diaspora to Hybridity, English/13 pages, June 2003.
►  Charles MORRISON (East-West Center, University of Hawaii), Globalization, Terrorism and the Future of East-West Studies, English/20 pages, April 2003.
►  George Xun WANG (University of Wisconsin Parkside), CHAN Kwok Bun, (Hong Kong Baptist University) and Vivienne LUK (Hong Kong Baptist University), Conflict and its Management in Sino-Foreign Joint Ventures: A Review, English/34 pages, March 2003.
►  XIAO Xiaosui (Hong Kong Baptist University), The New-Old Cycle Paradigm and Twentieth Century Chinese Radicalism, English/37 pages, February 2003.
►  樂黛雲 (北京大學) ，多元文化與比較文學的發展，共 11 頁，2003年2月。
YUE Daiyun (Peking University), Plurality of Cultures in the Context of Globalization: Toward a New Perspective on Comparative Literature, Chinese/11 pages, February 2003.
►  HO Wai Chung (Hong Kong Baptist University), Between Globalisation and Localisation: A Study of Hong Kong Popular Music, English/27 pages, January 2003.
►  Alexius A. PEREIRA (National University of Singapore), Sino-Singaporean Joint Ventures: The Case of the Suzhou Industrial Park Project, English/32 pages, November 2002.
►  Janet Lee SCOTT (Hong Kong Baptist University), Eastern Variations of Western Apprenticeship: The Paper Offerings Industry of Hong Kong, English/30 pages, October 2002.
►  Werner MEISSNER (Hong Kong Baptist University), China's Response to September 11 and its Changing Position in International Relations, English/15 pages, September 2002.
►  湯一介 (北京大學)，文化的互動及其雙向選擇﹕以印度佛教和西方哲學傳入中國為例，共 14 頁，2002年7月。
TANG Yijie (Peking University), Cultural Interaction and the Bidirectional Option: The Introduction of Indian Buddhism and Western Philosophy into China as Examples, Chinese/14 pages, July 2002.
►  Mary Ann GILLIES (Simon Fraser University), East Meets West in the Poetry of T. S. Eliot, English/30 pages, April 2002.
►  CHAN Kwok Bun (Hong Kong Baptist University), Both Sides, Now: A Sociologist Meditates on Culture Contact, Hybridization, and Cosmopolitanism, English/38 pages, April 2002.
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