Learning from Shenzhen: China’s Post-Mao Experiment from Special Zone to Model City. Coedited with Winnie Wong and Jonathan Bach (University of Chicago Press, 2017).
Years of Sadness by Wang Anyi, translated with Lingzhen Wang (Cornell University Press: 2009).
In “The Urban Planning Imaginary: Lessons from Shenzhen,” I interview Huang Weiwen, Director of the Shenzhen Design Center (commissioned chapter in Shenzhen: From Factory of the World to World City, edited by Linda Vlassenrood. Almere: International New Towns Institute, 2016).
The Cultural Politics of Eating in Shenzhen explores how hometown food has been used to create generational identities in the SEZ, 2010.
Fox Talk discusses theater as a site of and the emergence of neo-liberal urban identities in SZ, 2006.
Cultural Supplement muses on political power as a cultural value in contemporary Shenzhen, 2006.
Becoming Hong Kong argues that Shenzhen emerged through globalizing urbanization, 2001.
Path Breaking traces how gendered nationalism facilitated the construction of SZ, 1999.
Situating the Northbound Imaginary looks at the importance of Hong Kong to early development and identity in Shenzhen, 1996.