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Ying-kit Chan 陳英傑
Nationality:Singapore 新加坡
CCS Grant


Instituion: The International Institute for Asian Studies, IIAS
Topic: Converts and Tigers: Harry R. Caldwell and Natural History in Twentieth-Century China

Instituion: The International Institute for Asian Studies, IIAS/ Department of East Asian Studies, Princeton University
荷蘭國際亞洲研究所/ 普林斯頓大學東亞系

Article catalog
  • “Manly Civilization in China: Harry R. Caldwell, the ‘Blue Tiger’, and the American Museum of Natural History.” Modern Asian Studies
  • “Proto-Nationalism and Remembering Taiwan: Qiu Fengjia (1864-1912) and Modern Education in Late Qing Guangdong.” Archiv Orientalni 87:1 (2019): 1-32
  • “A Private Secretary from Golden Gate: Lin Shumei in Jinmen (Quemoy), Taiwan, and Xiamen.” Ming Qing Yanjiu 23:1 (2019): 93-107
  • “Divide to Unite: Ou Jujia, New Guangdong, and Provincial Consciousness in 1900s China.” Journal of World History 29:4 (2019): 481-506
  • “Diplomacy and the Appointment of Officials in Late Qing China: He Ruzhang and Japan’s Annexation of Ryukyu.” The Chinese Historical Review 26:1 (2019): 20-36
  • “The Root of All Things: Liang Jushi and Practical Enterprise in Late Qing China.” Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies 19:1 (2019): 37-58
  • “The Odyssey of a Guangdong Official: Deng Chengxiu and Late Qing Political Culture.” Journal of Asian History 52:2 (2018): 259-286
  • “The State in Sexual Life: Public Perceptions of Condom Use in Singapore, 1970-1990.” South East Asia Research 26:3 (2018): 256-267
  • “Rohingya Goes Global: Arakan Rohingya National Organization (ARNO) and the Making of Refugees.” Journal of Asian and African Studies 95 (2018): 139-150
  • “Cultural Heritage on China’s 21st Century Maritime Silk Road: The Case of Guangdong Province.” China Report 54:2 (2018): 159-174
  • “Corpse Admonition: Wu Kedu and Bureaucratic Protest in Late Qing China.” Journal of Chinese History 2:1 (2018): 109-143
  • “Making Strangers and Neighbors in Singapore.” Asian Profile 45:5 (2017): 451-462
  • “A Wartime Stampede: Renewing a Social Contract after the Chongqing Great Tunnel Disaster.” International Journal of Asian Studies 14:1 (2017): 47-75
  • “The Prince Who Loved England: Chula Chakrabongse in Mid-Twentieth-Century Britain.” Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia 48:2 (2016): 47-73
  • “Conditioned and Disciplined by the State: The Nanyang Confucian Association of Singapore.” Asian Review 29:2 (2016): 3-23
  • “From Loyalist to Traitor: Shang Kexi in the Ming-Manchu Wars.” Studia Orientalia Slovaca 15:2 (2016): 117-131
  • “Mourning during the Tongzhi Regency: The Case of Li Hongzao (1820-1897).” Monumenta Serica 64:2 (2016): 389-410
  • “No Room to Swing a Cat? Animal Treatment and Urban Space in Singapore.” Southeast Asian Studies 5:2 (2016): 305-329
  • “The Greater Game: Qing China in Central Eurasia.” History Compass 14:6 (2016): 264-274
  • “The Founding of Singapore and the Chinese Kongsis of West Borneo, c. 1819-1840.” Journal of Cultural Interaction in East Asia 7 (2016): 99-121
  • “‘Sports is Politics’: Swimming (and) Pools in Postcolonial Singapore.” Asian Studies Review 40:1 (2016): 17-35
  • “Precious Mirror for Governing the Peace: A Primer for Empress Dowager Cixi.” NAN NÜ: Men, Women, and Gender in China 17:2 (2015): 214-244
  • “The Great Dog Massacre in Late Qing China: Debates, Perceptions, and Phobia in the Shanghai International Settlement.” Frontiers of History in China 10:4 (2015): 645-667
  • “A Transformation of Religious Space: The ‘Taoist’ Making of Singapore’s Tampines United Palace” 宗教空間的改造: 新加坡淡賓尼聯合宮的道教化. The Journal of History, National Chengchi University 國立政治大學歷史學報 43:1 (2015): 219-256
  • “Disciplining Preferences: The ‘Cantonese Question’ in Singapore’s Mass Media.” New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies 16:1 (2014): 109-125
  • “Allegories of Venice: Singapore’s Vague Concept of a Global City.” East Asia: An International Quarterly 30:4 (2013): 307-325
  • “Kopitiams in Singapore: Consuming Politics.” Asian Survey 53:5 (2013): 979-1004
  • “Historicizing Ming-Ryukyu Relations: The Politics of Scholarship.” Ming Qing Studies (2011): 81- 109
  • “Singapore’s Newspaper Diplomacy: Lianhe zaobao in China.” In Southeast Asia: Beyond Borders and Boundaries, eds. Samuel C.Y. Ku and Herlin Chien (Kaohsiung: Wenzao University Press, 2018), pp. 115-127.
  • “China, Imperial: 7. Ming Dynasty Period, 1368-1644).” In The Encyclopedia of Empire, ed. John MacKenzie (Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, 2016) (with LEE Cheuk Yin), pp. 1-13
  • “From Superstition to Tradition: The Jade Emperor Belief and the Tampines United Palace” 從迷 信到文化傳統:天公信仰與淡賓尼聯合宮. In Tampines United Palace Conference Proceedings 淡 賓尼聯合宮崇祀諸神學術論文集, ed. Lin Weiyi 林緯毅 (Singapore: Tampines United Palace, 2014), pp. 9-15
  • “Chenghuang xinyang yu yimin shehui” 城隍信仰與移民社會 [The City God Cult and Migrant Society]. In Chenghuang xinyang 城隍信仰 [The City God Cult], ed. Lin Weiyi 林緯毅 (Singapore: Lorong Koo Chye Sheng Hong Temple Association, 2008), pp. 129-136 (with Lee Cheuk Yin)