Norms, Storytelling and International Institutions in China. Palgrave MacMillan. 2021.

The Imperative to Narrate: Personal Storytelling and LGBT Norm Translation in China. Human Rights Quarterly, 42(3), pp.545-572.

Transcending the North-South Divide: Norm Subsidiary and China’s Development Experience through the UNDP, Journal of Political Studies, and also in L.M.Alagna (edited by), Sud Nord: identità,sviluppo,confini, Palermo University Press, Palermo, 2019.

Impact of Digital Credit on Inclusive Development, UNDP China Report. 2019.

Double Dissents: Chinese Students Returning from the West. Dahrendorf Programme Working Paper. 2018.

[Shortened Version] Double Dissidents: The cognitive dissonance of overseas Chinese students”. China Channel, Los Angeles Review of Books, June 2018.

Art of Bargaining, in Narratives and Anthropology, edited by Zheng Shaoxiong and Li Rongrong, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Press.


From Angola to Syria: Chinese Non-State Actors in Post-conflict Reconstruction. International Studies Association MENA, 2020.

When Local Returns to the Global: Translating China’s Development Experience. International Studies Association Asia-Pacific, 2019.

When Norms Become Narratives: A Political Ethnography of Norm Diffusion in UNDP China. British International Studies Association, 2019.

Norm Entanglement: Belt Road Initiative and the Sustainable Development Goals. The Western Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, 2018.

Localising the Global? Storytelling and Norm Diffusion through UNDP China. British Postgraduate Network for Chinese Studies Annual Conference, 2017.

Reconstruct Our World-Views: International Thought in China, 1989 to 1999, the 10th Pan-European Conference on International Relations. 2016.

Ideas, Leaders and the Politics of Consensus: Lessons from Party Reform in Britain and China, GEM-Fudan International Workshop on China and the EU in a Multipolar World. 2016.