刘宏 
姓名 刘宏 LIU Hong 
职称 南洋理工大学陈嘉庚讲席教授、人文与社会科学学院院长、中华语言文化中心代主任
电邮 LiuHong@ntu.edu.sg
地址 HSS-05-56A/05-17, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Nanyang Technological University
14 Nanyang Drive, Singapore 637332
电话 (65) 6592 7570; 6592 6571
学历

(1995) 美国俄亥俄大学历史系博士
(1985) 复旦大学历史与亚洲研究硕士
(1982) 厦门大学历史系学士

研究兴趣

中国崛起和东南亚与东亚之间的关系
中国国际移民、民族主义、跨国主义与全球化
现代中国/亚洲的跨国史
全球化与国际人才战略
东南亚后殖民政治史与文化史

简历

刘宏教授于2010年9月正式加入南洋理工大学前,曾在1995年至2006年期间任教于新加坡国立大学中文系,2000年8月获校方授予终身教职,随后擢升至副教授,2002年至2005年期间曾任新加坡国立大学人文与社会科学学院助理院长(研究与研究生课程)。自2006年7月至2010年9月,刘教授为英国曼彻斯特大学中国研究中心创立主任,以及东亚研究系首席教授。此外刘教授也是曼彻斯特大学孔子学院创院主任、东亚研究系主任,以及英国留学中国项目学术主任,此项目获英国政府200余万英镑的资助。

过去几十年来,刘教授曾在哈佛、京都、北京、斯德哥尔摩的大学主持多项教授与研究员的聘任事宜,并于2007年荣获由中国教育部与香港李嘉诚基金授予的“长江学者”讲座教授。


刘教授至今已出版超过12本著作与编作(包括以中文、英文与印尼文撰写的著作),并在各种著名学术期刊如《世界政治》(World Politics)、《中国季刊》(The China Quarterly)、《当代中国学报》(Journal of Contemporary China)、《专业亚洲研究》(Critical Asian Studies《亚洲研究评论》(Asian Studies Review)、《东南亚研究学报》(Journal of Southeast Asian Studies)、《印度尼西亚》( Indonesia)、『東南アジア研究』、《历史研究》、《中国社会科学季刊》等发表了80余篇学术文章。除了学术出版,刘教授也在报章杂志中发表有关现代中文世界的社会与文化的文章。刘教授也曾接受各国著名媒体如英国广播公司(BBC)、中国国际广播电台(Radio China International)、《海峡时报》(Straits Times)、《联合早报》、大中华地区的平面媒体的访问。

刘教授的专业与公共服务包括在中国国务院侨务办公室、英国爱丁堡大学(中国研究硕士)、伦敦政治经济学院(比较网络视野下的中国)、世界海外华人研究与文献收藏机构联合会担任学术顾问与审核人,在伦敦中国大学委员会担任副主席以及在其人才委员会担任召集人,同时也是陈嘉庚国际学会与中国研究课程大纲发展委员会(新加坡教育部)的成员,以及新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会执行委员会的成员。

目前刘教授是《海外华人学报》(Journal of Chinese Overseas)(波士顿与莱顿)主编、《公共外交季刊》(北京)学术主编、《华人研究国际学报》(新加坡)主编,以及中山大学(广州)海外华人专著系列主编。此外,刘教授也是《当代中国学报》(Journal of Contemporary China)(罗特里奇出版社)、《中国研究》(北京)、罗特里奇专著系列《华人世界》(伦敦与纽约)、博睿出版社海外华人专著系列(波士顿与莱顿)、浙江大学出版社经济史系列丛书(杭州与北京)的编辑委员。

研究计划 研究计划 (计划总值超过60万美金)

“Diasporic Chinese and China’s Public Diplomacy: Global Comparisons and Policy Mechanisms,” PI; funded by China State Council Overseas Chinese Affairs Office (2011-2012)

“A Comparative Study of Immigration Policies and New Migrant Communities in Japan and Singapore”, PI; funded by the Sumitomo Foundation, Japan (2010-2011).

“Global Talents and China’s Globalization”, PI; funded by the Bureau for Research and Policy, State Council Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs, PRC (2009-2010).

“China in Local and Transnational Perspectives”, PI; funded by Research Councils UK (2008).

“The Nation-states and Migrant Communities: A Comparative Study of China and Britain”, PI; funded by the British Academy (2008-2009).

“China in Post-colonial Asia”, PI; funded by the Universities’ China Committee in London (2007).
 
“Modern Asian Knowledge Network: Changing Configurations of Languages, Identities, and Environments”, Co-PI; funded by the Toyota Foundation (2006-2008).

“Transnational Chinese: Global Mobility, Multiple Identities, Embedded Networks”, PI; funded by NUS Academic Research Fund (2005-2007).

“Knowledge Network for Local Leadership Building in Modern Asia”, Co-PI; funded by the Toyota Foundation (2003-2005).

“Chinese Networks and the State: A Comparative Study of Japan, Singapore, and Hong Kong”, Co-PI; funded by the Heiwa Nakajima Foundation (2001-2002).

“Singapore Chinese Society in Transition: Business, Politics and Socio-economic Change, 1945-65”, PI; funded by the Ministry of Education (Singapore) and the National University of Singapore (1997-2001).

主要著作 专著/编作(英文)
  1. China and the Shaping of Indonesia, 1949-1965. Singapore and Kyoto: National University of Singapore Press and Kyoto University Press, 2011.
  2. The Cold War in Asia: The Battle for Hearts and Minds (co-editor with Zheng Yangwen and Michael Szonyi). Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010.
  3. The Chinese Overseas (editor), 4 volumes. London & New York: Routledge, 2006.
  4. Singapore Chinese Society in Transition: Business, Politics and Socio-economic Change, 1945-1965 (first author, co-author with S. K. Wong). New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2004.
  5. Diasporic Chinese Ventures (co-editor with Gregor Benton). London & New York: Routledge, 2004.
  6. China and Southeast Asia: Changing Social and Cultural Linkages (co-editor with Melissa Curley). Hong Kong: Center of Asian Studies, Hong Kong University, 2002.
专著/编作(中文)
  1. Conceptualizations and Practices of Transnational AsiaChina Model, Ethnic Network, and International Relations (in Chinese). Nanjing: Nanjing University Press, 2013. 《跨界亚洲的理念与实践:中国模式、华人网络、国际关系》. 南京: 南京大学出版社,2013. ISBN: 978-7-305-10749-8. 内容概要与目录
  2. Chinese in Europe and Their Relationships with Local Societies: Social Integration, Economic Development and Political Participation (co-editor with Wang Xiaoping) (in Chinese). Guangzhou: Sun Yat-sen University Press, 2011. 《欧洲华侨华人与当地社会关系——社会融合、经济发展、政治参与》(与王晓萍合编). 广州:中山大学出版社,2011.
  3. Maritime Asia and Interactions with the Chinese Overseas (editor). Singapore: Chinese Heritage Centre, 2007. 《海洋亚洲与海外华人世界之互动》. 新加坡:华裔馆,2007.
  4. The Transformation of Chinese Society in Post-War Singapore: Localizing Process, Regional Networking and Global Perspective (in Chinese). Xiamen: Xiamen University Press, 2003.《战后新加坡华人社会的嬗变: 本土情怀区域网络全球视野》. 厦门: 厦门大学出版社, 2003.
  5. Encyclopedia of the Chinese Overseas: Theories and Scholarly Works (deputy editor-in-chief). Beijing: Zhongguo Huaqiao Chubanshe, 2001. 《海外华人百科全书: 著作学术卷》(副主编,与周南京合编). 北京:中国华侨出版社,2001.
  6. Sino-Southeast Asian Studies: Theoretical Framework, Interaction Patterns and Case Analyses (in Chinese). Beijing: China Social Sciences Publishing House, 2000.《中国-东南亚学:理论建构互动模式个案分析》. 北京:中国社会科学出版社,2000.
专著/编作(印尼文)
  1. Pram dan Cina [Pramoedya and China] (co-author with Goenawan Mohamad, Sumit Mandal). Jakarta: Komunitas Bambu, 2008.
期刊文章
  1. Bringing Class Back In: Class Consciousness and Solidarity among Chinese Migrant Workers in Italy and the UK,” (with Wu Bin), Ethnic and Racial Studies, (Routledge) (2012), pp. 1-19.
  2. "Beyond a Revisionist Turn: Network, State, and the Changing Dynamics of Diasporic Chinese Entrepreneurship," China: An International Journal, vol. 10, no. 3 (Dec. 2012), pp. 20-41.
  3. Transnational Chinese Social Sphere in Singapore: Dynamics, Transformations, Characteristics,” Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, vol. 41, no 2 (2012), pp. 37-60.
  4. “An Emerging China and Diasporic Chinese: Historicity, State, and International Relations,” Journal of Contemporary China (Routledge), vol. 20, no. 72 (2011), pp. 813-832.
  5. “The Transnational Construction of National Allegory: China and the Cultural Politics of Postcolonial Indonesia,” Critical Asian Studies (London), vol. 38, no. 3 (2006), pp. 179-210.
  6. “New Migrants and the Revival of Overseas Chinese Nationalism,” Journal of Contemporary China (London), vol. 14, no. 43 (2005), pp. 291-316.
  7. “Explaining the Dynamics and Patterns of Chinese Migration since 1980: An Historical and Demographical Perspective,” Journal of Oriental Studies (Hong Kong University and Stanford University), vol. 39, no. 1 (2005), pp. 92-110.
  8. “Beyond Orientalism and the East-West Divide: China and Southeast Asia in the Double Mirror,” Stockholm Journal of East Asian Studies (Stockholm University), vol. 13 (2003), pp. 45-65.
  9. “Social Capital and Business Networking: A Case Study of Modern Chinese Transnationalism,” Southeast Asian Studies (Kyoto University), vol. 39, no. 3 (2001), pp. 357-381. [Reprinted in Documents on China Relations (Tokyo), no. 44, 2002, print and CD-ROM versions].
  10. “Sino-Southeast Asian Studies: Towards an Alternative Paradigm,” Asian Studies Review (Oxford), vol. 25, no. 3 (2001), pp. 259-283.
  11. “Intellectual Representations and Socio-Political Implications: Comparative China-Imagining in Postcolonial Indonesia and Contemporary America,” Asian Thought and Society (New York), vol. 26, no. 76 (2001), pp. 29-50.
  12. “Chinese Business Associations and Socio-Economic Interactions between Singapore and Malaysia: A Case Study of Cross-Border Networking,” Indonesia and the Malay World (London), vol. 27, no. 79 (1999), pp. 192-207.
  13. “Organized Chinese Transnationalism and the Institutionalization of Business Networks: Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry as a Case Analysis,” Southeast Asian Studies (Kyoto), vol. 37, no. 3 (1999), pp. 391-416.[Reprinted in Documents on China Relations (Tokyo), no. 42, 2000, print and CD-ROM versions].
  14. “Visions without Actions: The Search for Political Formats and the Reconstruction of State-Society Relationship in Postcolonial Philippines,” Journal of the South Seas Society (Singapore), vol. 54 (1999), pp. 30-47.
  15. “Old Linkages, New Networks: The Globalization of Overseas Chinese Voluntary Associations and its Implications,” The China Quarterly (Cambridge), no. 155 (1998), pp. 582-609. [Reprinted in Hong Liu, ed., The Chinese Overseas, vol. 2 (London: Roultedge, 2006), pp. 152-181.]
  16. “Constructing a China Metaphor: Sukarno‟s Perception of the PRC and Indonesia‟s Political Transformation,” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Cambridge), vol. 28, no. 1 (1997), pp. 27-46. [Reprinted in Geoff Wade, ed., China and Southeast Asia, vol. 6, The People‟s Republic of China and Southeast Asia (London: Routledge, 2009), pp. 43-65].
  17. “Indonesian Views of China and its Modernization (1949-1965): Manifestations, Variations, and Implications,” Asian Culture (Singapore), no. 22 (1998), pp. 59-80.
  18. “Pramoedya Ananta Toer and China: The Transformation of a Cultural Intellectual,” Indonesia (Cornell University), no. 61 (1996), pp. 119-143.
  19. “Explaining the Dynamics of the Southeast Asian Political Economy: State, Society and the Search for Economic Growth” (with Gary Hawes), World Politics (Princeton University), vol. 45, no. 4 (1993), pp. 629-660. [Reprinted in John Ravenhill, ed., The Political Economy of East Asia, Aldershot, UK: An Elgar Reference Collection, 1995, vol. 3, pp.127-158].
  20. “China‟s Beleid en Zuidoost-Azie in de jaren ‟80” (in Dutch) [China‟s Policies towards Southeast Asia in the 1980s], Internationale Spectator (Royal Institute of International Relations, the Hague), no. 5 (1988), pp. 274-280.
  21. <近代中国の南洋観と越境するアジア像―『南洋群島商業研究会雑誌』を中心に>, 松浦正孝主编『アジア主義は何を語るのか: 記憶権力』(“Modern China’s Imagination of Nanyang and the Emergence of Transnational Asia,” (with Cao Shanyu), in Masura Masataka, ed., What Does Asianism Tell Us: Memory, Power, and Value  (Kyoto: Minerva Publisher, Feb. 2013), pp. 294-317. )

  22. <ネットワーク、アイデンティティと華人研究: 二十世紀の東アジア地域秩序を再検討する> (與廖赤陽合撰)『東南アジア研究』(京都大学), 43卷,第4期,20063月,页346-373
  23. <海外华人跨国主义实践的模式及其差异——基于美国和新加坡的比较分析> (与周敏合著) 《华侨华人历史研究》,20133月第1期,页119[“Changing Patterns of Overseas Chinese Transnationalism: America v. Singapore” (with Zhou Min), Overseas Chinese History Studies, no. 1 (March 2013), pp. 1-19.]
  24. <中国崛起时代的东南亚华侨华人社会:变迁与挑战>,东南亚研究》,201212月第6, 页47-54. Ethnic Chinese Communities in Southeast Asia at a time of China Rising: Transformations and Challenges”, Southeast Asian Studies, no. 6 (December 2012), pp. 47-54.]

     

     

  25. <海外华人与崛起的中国:历史性、国家与国际关系> 《开放时代》,20108月号,页79-93
  26. <海外华人研究的谱系:主题的变化与方法的演进>, 《华人研究国际学报》(新加坡),2009年第2, 1-28
  27. <当代华人新移民的跨国实践与人才环流:英国与新加坡的比较研究>,《中山大学学报(社会科学版)》(广州),2009年第6, 165-176
  28. <作为新政策领域的跨国华人:20世纪末21世纪之初的中国与新加坡>,《中国研究》(北京),第5/6辑(200810月),页252-74
  29. <跨国场域下的企业家精神、国家与社会网络:中国新移民的个案分析>,《华侨华人历史研究》,2007年第4期,页1-10
  30. <原生性认同、祖籍地联系与跨国网络的建构:二战后新马客家人与潮州人社群之比较研究>(与张慧梅合撰),《台湾东南亚学刊》,2007年第4卷第1, 65-90
  31. <穿越网络世界:1994年以来的中国女性与跨国婚姻>(与刘丽辉合撰),《亚太研究论丛》,2006年第三辑,北京大学出版社。
  32. <跨国华人:实证分析与理论思考>,《二十一世纪》(香港中文大学),2002年第3期,页120-131. [全文转载于周南京主编《境外华人国籍问题讨论辑》(北京大学华侨华人研究中心丛书之二十六), 香港社会科学出版社,2005年,页89-110].
  33. <写在民族寓言以外:中国与印度尼西亚左翼文学运动>,《文艺理论与批评》(中国艺术研究院),2001 年第二期, 45-54.
  34. <新加坡中华总商会与亚洲华商网络的制度化>, 《历史研究》 (中国社会科学院), 2000年第一期,页106118. [全文转载于《人大报刊复印资料:经济史》,2000年第三期,页136-148].
  35. <中国情结、异国理想:印尼人与美国人之中国观的比较研究>, 《中国社会科学季刊》 (香港社会科学出版社) 1999年夏季号,页89104. 
  36. <论当代东南亚政治经济发展的动力:若干理论与方法论问题>, 《北大亚太研究》(北京大学),1996年第三辑,页156175
书籍章节
  1. “Lalu Lintas Budaya antara Cina dan Indonesia,” in Jennifer Lindsay and Maya H.T. Liem, eds, Ahli Waris Budaya Dunia; Menjadi Indonesia, 1950-1965 (Jakarta: KITLV-Jakarta; Denpasar: Pustaka Larasan, 2011), pp. 148-168. [“Cultural Interactions between China and Indonesia,” in Jennifer Lindsay and Maya H.T. Liem, eds, Heirs of World Cultures: Becoming Indonesia, 1950-1965 (Jakarta: KITLV-Jakarta; Denpasar: Pustaka Larasan, 2011), pp. 148-168.]
  2. “Chinese Overseas and a Rising China: The Limits of Diplomatic Diaspora Option,” in Zheng Yongnian, ed., China and International Relations: The Chinese View and the Contribution of Wang Gungwu (London: Routledge, 2010), pp. 177-199.
  3. “Introduction: New Approaches to the Study of the Cold War in Asia” (with Michael Szonyi), in Yangwen Zheng, Hong Liu, Michael Szonyi, eds., The Cold War in Asia: The Battle for Hearts and Minds (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010), pp. 1-10.
  4. “The Historicity of China‟s Soft Power: The PRC and the Cultural Politics of Indonesia, 1949-65,” in Yangwen Zheng, Liu Hong, Michael Szonyi, eds., The Cold War in Asia: The Battle for Hearts and Minds (Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2010), pp.147-182.
  5. “Boundary-Crossing through the Cyberspace: Chinese Women and Transnational Marriages since 1994” (with Liu Lihui), in Khun Eng Kuan-Pearce, ed., Chinese Women and the Cyberspace (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2008), pp. 249-70.
  6. “Immigrant Transnational Entrepreneurship and Linkages with the State/Network: Sino-Singaporean Experience in a Comparative Perspective,” in Raymond Wong, ed., Chinese Entrepreneurship in a Global Era (London: Routledge, 2008), pp. 117-149.
  7. “Understanding the Chinese Overseas: Changing Themes and Evolving Approaches,” in John Wong, ed., Southeast Asian Studies in China (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2007), pp. 134-170.
  8. “Introduction: Toward a Multi-dimensional Exploration of the Chinese Overseas,” in Hong Liu, ed., The Chinese Overseas (London & New York: Routledge, 2006), vol. 1, pp. 1-30.
  9. “Network Building between the State and Society in the Asian Context,” in Zhang Yuling, ed., State and Civil Society in the Context of Transition: Understanding Non-Traditional Security in East Asia (Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2005), pp. 8-35.
  10. “Interactions between Huiguan and Education in Postwar Singapore: A Socio-economic Perspective,” in Michael Charney, Brenda Yeoh and C. K. Tong, eds., Asian Migrants and Education: The Tensions of Education in Immigrant Societies and among Migrant Groups (Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003), pp. 53-64.
  11. “Introduction: The Historicity and Multi-dimensionality of Sino-Southeast Asian Socio-Cultural Interactions” (with Melissa Curley), in Melissa Curley and Hong Liu, eds., China and Southeast Asia: Changing Social and Cultural Linkages (Hong Kong: Centre of Asian Studies, Hong Kong University, 2002), pp. 1-10.
  12. “The Contact Zones and Socio-Cultural Interactions between China and Southeast Asia during the 20th Century,” in Melissa Curley and Hong Liu, eds., China and Southeast Asia: Changing Socio-cultural Interactions (Hong Kong: Centre of Asian Studies, Hong Kong University, 2002), pp. 39-56. [Reprinted in Geoff Wade, ed., China and Southeast Asia, vol. 5, The Republican Period and Southeast Asia (1912-1949) (London: Routledge, 2009), pp. 16-32].
  13. “Beyond Business: The Cultural Poetics and Social Politics of Sino-Southeast Asian Transnational Networks,” in Samuel Ku, ed., Southeast Asia in the New Century (Kaoshiung: National Sun Yat-Sen University Press, 2002), pp.125-148.
  14. “Chinese Commercial Organizations in Singapore and Transnational Connections with Malaysia,” in Warwick Armstrong, Joyce Armstrong and Kent Mulliner, eds., Chinese Populations in Southeast Asian Societies: Identities, Interdependence and International Influence (London: Curzon Press, 2001), pp. 74-96.
  15. “Globalization, Institutionalization and the Social Foundation of Chinese Business Networks,” in Henry Yeung and Kris Olds, eds., Globalization of Chinese Business Firms (London: Macmillan; New York: St. Martin‟s Press, 2000), pp.105-125.
  16. “Bridges Across the Sea: Chinese Social Organizations in Southeast Asia and the Links with Qiaoxiang, 1900-1949,” in Leo Douw, Cen Huang, and Michael Godley, eds., Qiaoxiang Ties: Interdisciplinary Approaches to "Cultural Capitalism" in South China (London & New York: Kegan Paul International for International Institute of Asian Studies, 1999), pp. 87-112. [Reprinted in Geoff Wade, ed., China and Southeast Asia, vol. 5, The Republican Period and Southeast Asia (1912-1949) (London: Routledge, 2009), pp. 170-192].
  17. <当代英国华人社会与政治参与:以2010年大选为中心〉,载王晓萍、刘宏主编《欧洲华侨华人与当地社会关系——社会融合经济发展政治参与》(中山大学出版社,2011年),第109-131页。
  18. <英国和新加坡吸引海外高端人才的政策及其对中国的启示>,载王辉耀主编《建言中国——海外高层次留学人才看中国》(北京:东方出版社,2010),第41-51 页。
  19. <中国的世界与世界的中国〉,载王辉耀主编《中国模式——海外看中国崛起》(北京:凤凰出版传媒集团,2010),161-165
  20. <东南亚的中国形象〉,载周宁主编《世界之中国:域外的中国形象研究》(南京:南京大学出版社,2007,页191-215.
  21. <论战后新加坡华人社会结构的演变与帮权网络特征>,载唐力行主编《国家、地方、民众的互动与社会变迁》(北京:商务印书馆,2004),页395-413
  22. <当代东南亚华人商业研究的新理论与新方向>, 载郭梁主编《21世纪初的东南亚社会与经济》(厦门:厦门大学出版社,2003),页373-395
  23. <族群与国家观念的迷思:以后殖民时期的印度尼西亚为例>, 载郝时远主编《海外华人论集》(北京:中国社会科学出版社,2002),页106-126.
  24. <华人企业网络的全球化、制度化及其历史与社会基础>, 载周南京、刘宏主编《华侨华人百科全书总论卷》(北京:中国华侨出版社,2001),页165172.
  25. <东南亚华人社团与与跨国社会和商业网络:兼论客属与非客属之异同>,载徐正光主编《第四届国际客家学研讨会论文集:历史与社会经济》(台北:中央研究院民族学研究所,2000),页379-400.
学术词典撰写
  1. Chinese Diaspora” (with Els Van Dongen), in Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies, forthcoming.
书评
  1. Stéphane Dufoix, Diasporas, reviewed in Journal of History and Anthropology 《历史人类学学刊》, vol. 8, no. 1 (2010).
  2. Gregor Benton and Edmund Terence Gomez, The Chinese in Britain, 1800-Present: Economy, Transnationalism and Identity, reviewed in International Journal of Diasporic Chinese Studies, no. 2 (2009).
  3. Eric Fong and Chiu Luk, eds., Chinese Ethnic Business: Global and Local Perspectives, reviewed in American Journal of Sociology, vol. 114, no. 1 (2008), pp. 278–280.
  4. Mary Somers Heidhues, Golddiggers, Farmers, and Traders in the Chinese Districts of West Kalimantan, Indonesia, reviewed in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 36, no. 2 (2005), pp. 317-319.
  5. David Kenley, New Culture in a New World: The May Fourth Movement and the Chinese Diaspora in Singapore, 1919-1932, reviewed in China Information: A Quarterly Journal on Contemporary China Studies, no. 1 (2005), pp. 143-45.
  6. Ding Choo Ming and Ooi Kee Beng (eds.), Chinese Studies of the Malay World: A Comparative Approach, reviewed in Sojourn, vol. 19, no 2 (2004), pp. 313-318.
  7. <从华人变迁寻大马突破: 韩方明著《华人与马来西亚现代化进程》>,《亚洲周刊》,2003817日,页56.
  8. <欧洲华人经历的历史学和社会人类学阐释——评李明欢著《欧洲华侨华人史》>,《世界民族》,2003年第四期, 79-80.
  9. Edmund Terence Gomez and Michael Hsiao, eds., Chinese Business in South-East Asia: Contesting Cultural Explanations, Researching Entrepreneurship, reviewed in ASEAN Economic Bulletin, vol. 19, no. 3 (2002), pp. 348-50.
  10. Paul Bolt, China and Southeast Asia‟s Ethnic Chinese: State and Diaspora in Contemporary Asia, reviewed in The China Quarterly, 168 (2001), pp. 1025-27.
  11. Francis Hsu and H. Serrie, eds., The Overseas Chinese: Ethnicity in National Context, reviewed in The China Quarterly, no. 166 (2001), pp. 513-514.
  12. Ann Hill, Merchants and Migrants: Ethnicity and Trade among Yunnanese Chinese in Southeast Asia, reviewed in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 32, no. 3 (2001), pp. 454-455.
  13. Lee Lai To, China and the South China Sea Dialogues, reviewed in China Information: A Quarterly Journal on Contemporary China Studies, vol. 15, no. 1 (2001), pp. 286-289.
  14. Twang Peck Yang, The Chinese Business Elite in Indonesia and the Transition to Independence, 1940-1950, reviewed in The China Quarterly, no. 160 (1999), pp. 1078-79.
  15. Anders Uhlin, Indonesia and the “Third Wave of Democratization”: The Indonesian Pro-Democracy Movement in a Changing World, reviewed in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 30, no. 2 (1999), pp. 230-32.
  16. Tain-Jy Chen, ed., Taiwanese Firms in Southeast Asia: Networking across Borders, reviewed in China Information: A Quarterly Journal on Contemporary China Studies, vol. 13, no. 4 (1999), pp. 124-126.
  17. Leo M. Douw and Peter Post, eds., South China: State, Culture and Social Change during the 20th Century, reviewed in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 29, no. 1 (1998), pp. 128-30.
  18. Anthony Reid, ed., Sojourners and Settlers: Histories of Southeast Asia and the Chinese, reviewed in Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 55, no. 4 (1996), pp. 990-993.
  19. Angus McIntyre, ed., Indonesian Political Biography: In Search of Cross-Cultural Understanding, reviewed in Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, vol. 26, no. 2 (1995), pp. 265-67.
会议论文发表与公共演讲(始自2009年)

2012

Liu, Hong and Els van Dongen. "The Chinese Model of Diaspora Management.” International Conference on Potentials and Prospects of Pakistani Diaspora, Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) and Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF), Islamabad, Nov 14-15, 2012.

2011

International Workshop on Plural Co-existence: East Asian Experience in Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Kyoto University, Dec 17-19.

International Conference on Public Diplomacy, Guangzhou, Nov 15-16.

The Guangzhou Summit, Nov 13. (Keynote speaker)

International Workshop on Science and Technology in European and Asian Traditions, International Institute of Asian Studies, Leiden, the Netherlands, Oct 20-21.

International Conference on East Asian Integration, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, Sep 6-7.

International Conference on Overseas Chinese and the 1911 Revolution, Guangzhou, Aug 22-23.

The First Chinese Internet Forum on Social Management and Public Diplomacy, Guangdong, Apr 29. (Keynote speaker)

International Convention of Asian Studies and Annual Convention of Asian Studies Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, Mar 31-Apr 3.

International Workshop on the Transformation from Ethnic to National Identification, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Mar 24-25.

2010

International Symposium on Comparative Research on Major Regional Powers in Eurasia, Osaka University, Japan, Dec 11-13.

Keynote Speaker at the Third Annual Conference of the International Forum for Contemporary Chinese Studies, “New Perspectives on China’s Development in the Post-Crisis Period,” organized by the University of Nottingham and held in Xian Jiaotong University, Xi’an, China, Sep 17-19.

International Symposium on Social Integration and Political Participation of European Chinese, Co-convenor, jointly organized by the State Council Overseas Chinese Affairs Office and Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, Aug 17-19.

Invited lecture, First Flying University of Transnational Humanities-Summer School for Graduate Students and Young Scholars, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea, Jun 14-20.

Invited lecture at the Faculty of Asian and Middle East Studies, Cambridge University, UK, May 17.

International Conference on Overseas Chinese Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, May 5-8.

International Symposium Asianism in Comparative and Historical Perspective, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, Jan 30-31.

2009

Annual Convention, Japan Society for the Studies of Overseas Chinese, Osaka, Japan, Nov 14-15.

Keynote Speaker, International Conference on International Migration, held in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of Overseas Chinese Museum, Xiamen, China, Oct 21-23.

International Conference East Asian Regional Integration, organized by Xiamen University and the University of Malaya, Xiamen, Oct 19-20.

International Workshop “Region” and Regional Perspectives on/from Southeast Asia, Kyoto University, Japan, Sep 7-11.

National Forum on China’s Development Policies, Beijing, Aug 17-19.

International Workshop Bridging China Studies and Theories of International Relations, East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, Jun 26-27.

International Symposium Cosmopolitanism and Cultural Flows in East Asia, University of Manchester, May 22-23 (Co-convenor).

National Forum on Overseas Chinese Policies, Beijing, May 12-13.

Plenary speaker, International Conference on Chinese Overseas Studies, Jinan University, China, May 8-11.

Joint public lecture on Contemporary Chinese Returnees, co-organized with Confucius Institute, Nanyang Technological University, Apr 17 (Co-convenor).

Invited Lecture, Institute of Politics, East China University of Politics and Law, Shanghai, China, Apr 8.

Invited Lecture, Advanced Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China, Apr 7.

Asia in Global and Comparative Perspectives: Commercial, Cultural and Institutional Connectivity, University of Manchester, Mar 6 (Convenor).

International Workshop Toward New Models of East Asian Development, Centre for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Feb 24-25.