2012 "Everyday Law in the Court Writing of Sybille Bedford" in Reading the Legal Case: Cross-Currents Between Law and the Humanities. ed. Marco Wan. London: Routledge. Chapter 4.
2010. "Language Policy, 'Asia's World City', and Anglophone Hong Kong Writing." Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies. 12:3. 428-441.
2010. “Chinese English, English Chinese: Biliteracy and Translation” in Hong Kong Culture: Word and Image. Hong Kong: HKU Press. Chapter 4.
2009. “ ‘Imagination’s Commonwealth’: Edmund Blunden’s Hong Kong Dialogue.” PMLA: Publication of the Modern Language Association of America. 124:1. 1-30.
2009. China Abroad: Travels, Subjects, Spaces. Hong Kong: HKU Press. (co.ed. with Julia Kuehn).
…“China Abroad. Nation and Diaspora in a Chinese Frame.” “Introduction” to China Abroad: Travels, Subjects, Spaces. Chapter 1. (single-authored)
… “Nationalism, Internationalism, the Cold War: Crossing Literary-Cultural Boundaries in 1950s Hong Kong.”Chapter 5. (single-authored)
2008. “Childhood and Cultural Memory in Anglophone Hong Kong Fiction: Martin Booth’s Gweilo and Po Wah Lam’s The Locust Hunter” in China Fictions / English Language: Literary Readings in Diaspora and After. New York and Amsterdam: Rodopi.
2007. "Imperial Globalization and Colonial Transactions: 'African Lugard' and the University of Hong Kong." Critical Zone 2. Hong Kong: HKU Press. 107-146.
2007. "China Upriver: Three Colonial Journeys between Hong Kong and Canton 1906-1911" in A Century of Travels in China: A Collection of Critical Essays on Travel Writing from the 1840s to the 1940s. Hong Kong: HKU Press.
2006. Anita Desai. Writers and Their Work Series. London: Northcote.
2006. “A Question of Belonging: Reading Jean Arasanayagam through Nationalist Discourse.” The Journal of Commonwealth Literature. 41:2. 61-82. (co-authored with Harshana Rambukwella)
2001/2. “Small Cultures: The Literatures of Micro-States”. Special Issue of Ariel: a Review of International English Literature. 23:1. (co edited with Shirley Lim).
2000. Timothy Mo. Contemporary World Writers Series. Manchester: Manchester UP.
1999/2001. “Women on the Edges of Hong Kong Modernity: the Films of Ann Hui.” Spaces of Their Own: Women’s Public Sphere in Transnational China. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 162-190. rpt. in At Full Speed: Hong Kong Cinema in a Borderless World. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, Chapter 8.
1995. "Women in Exile: Gender and Community in Hong Kong Fiction,” Journal of Commonwealth Literature. London: Sage. vol. XXX, no.1: 29-46.