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Journal Articles and Book Chapters

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Identity

2020, “Reassessing Chinese-Indonesian Stereotypes: Two decades after Reformasi”, South East Asia Research (Accepted: 18/11/2019).

2019, "The Politics of ‘Mandarin Fever’ in Contemporary Indonesia: Resinicization, Economic Impetus, and China’s Soft Power”, Asian Survey, 59(3), pp. 573-594.

2019, "Continuity and Change: The Dynamics of Chineseness in Indonesia", South East Asia: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 19, pp.1-13.

2018, "The Cultural Identity of the Chinese-Malays in Brunei: Acculturation and Hybridity", Institute of Asian Studies Working Paper Series No. 42. Universiti Brunei Darussalam.

 

2017, "Between Hybridity and Identity: Chineseness as a Cultural Resource in Indonesia", Institute of Asian Studies Working Paper Series No. 32. Universiti Brunei Darussalam.

 

2014, “Ré-inventer le Nouvel An Chinois Dans l’Indonésie de l’après Suharto” [Reinventing Chinese New Year in Post-Suharto Indonesia], Le Banian (Journal of the Franco-Indonesian Association), No.17, June, pp.20-31.

 

2013, “Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: A Critical Review”, (with Sai), in Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: History, Religion and Belonging, Siew-Min Sai and Chang-Yau Hoon (eds), Routledge, pp.1-26.

 

2013, “華人性的重思” 《印尼星洲日報》4月23日。

 

2012, “Mochtar Riady”, “James Riady”, and “Timothy Ong”, in Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary, ed. Leo Suryadinata, Chinese Heritage Centre, Singapore.

 

2009, “More than a Cultural Celebration: The Politics of Chinese New Year in Post-Suharto Indonesia”, Chinese Southern Diaspora Studies, Vol. 3, pp.90-105.

 

2008, “In Between Identities: The Chinese in Indonesia”, The Straits Times, 15 September, p.A20.

 

2006 , “A Hundred Flowers Bloom: The Reemergence of the Chinese Press in Post-Soeharto Indonesia”, in Media and Chinese Diaspora: Community, Communication and Commerce, ed. Wanning Sun, Routledge Curzon, pp.91-118.

 

2006, “Defining (Multiple) Selves: Reflections on Fieldwork in Jakarta”, Life Writing, 3(1), pp.79-100.     

                                       

2004, "Revisiting the ‘Asian Values’ argument used by Asian political leaders and its validity”, The Indonesian Quarterly, 32(2), Second Quarter, Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta, pp.154-174.

 

Business

2020, “The Rise of China and its Impact on the Chinese Diaspora in Southeast Asia”, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy. In Chinese: 中国崛起及其对东南亚华人社群的影响:以印尼为例,《中国周边外交学刊》.

 

2019, "Brunei Darussalam: Making Strides with a Renewed Focus on the Future”, Southeast Asian Affairs, 46, pp.85-102.

2019, “Brunei Darussalam in 2018: Political Stability and Reviving Economy” [2018文莱:政局稳定 经济复苏], Development of China-ASEAN Relations in 2018 【中國-東盟關係2018年發展形勢報告】。

 

2019, “Bridging China and Indonesia: The Role of Chinese Indonesians”, China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Building the Community of Common Destiny, Ed. Wang Linggui and Zhao Jianlin Singapore: World Scientific, pp.137-142.

2018, “Fruitful Cooperation between China and Brunei Darussalam”, China Report ASEAN, pp.16-18.

2018, Contemporary China-Brunei Darussalam Trade Co-operation and Cultural Exchanges: A Preliminary Study”, Crossroads: Southeast Asian Studies. In Chinese: 当代中国—文莱的经贸合作与人文交流:一个初步的研究,《東南亞縱橫》, pp.40-46.

2017, “Bridging China and Indonesia: The Role of Chinese Indonesians”, in Building the Community of Common Destiny in Neighboring Areas, Wang Linggui and Zhao Jianlin (eds), Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, pp.104-107.

2014, Catalysts of Change: Chinese Business in Asia, (with Menkhoff, Chay and Evers), World Scientific, Singapore.

 

2014, “Evolving Chineseness, Ethnicity and Business: The Making of the Ethnic Chinese as a ‘Market-Dominant Minority’ in Indonesia”, Catalysts of Change:  Chinese Business in Asia, Thomas Menkhoff, Chay Yue Wah, Hans-Dieter Evers and Hoon Chang Yau (eds), World Scientific, Singapore, pp. 107-128.   

 

2014, “Introduction: Coping with Change – Understanding Ethnic Chinese Business Behavior”, (with Menkhoff), in Catalysts of Change:  Chinese Business in Asia, Thomas Menkhoff, Chay Yue Wah, Hans-Dieter Evers and Hoon Chang Yau (eds), World Scientific, Singapore, pp. xxiii-lx.

 

2011, “Ethnic Chinese Values and Philanthropy”, (with Menkhoff),The Business Times, 14 May, pp. 28-9.

 

2010, “Face, Faith and Forgiveness: Elite Chinese Philanthropy in Indonesia”, Journal of Asian Business, 24(1&2), pp.51-66.

 

2010, “Introduction: Chinese Philanthropy between Continuity and Change”,(with Menkhoff), Journal of Asian Business, 24(1&2), pp.1-12.

Multiculturalism

2020, "Politics of Schooling in Post-Suharto Indonesia: A Study of the Chinese Minority”, Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education (Accepted: 23/06/2018).

2017, "Putting Religion into Multiculturalism: Conceptualizing Religious Multiculturalism in Indonesia", Asian Studies Review, 41(3), pp.476-493.

2014, “Young people’s attitudes towards inter-ethnic and inter-religious socializing, courtship and marriage in Indonesia”, (with Parker and Raihani), South East Asia Research, 22(4), pp.467-486.

 

2013,  “Multicultural Citizenship Education in Indonesia: The Case of a Chinese Christian School”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 44(3), pp. 490-510.

 

2013, “Between Evangelism and Multiculturalism: The Dynamics of Christianity in Indonesia”, Social Compass, 60(4), pp.457-470.

 

2011, “Mapping ‘Chinese’ Christian Schools in Indonesia: Ethnicity, Class and Religion”, Asia Pacific Education Review, 12(3), 403-411.

 

2010, “Learning to Belong”, Inside Indonesia, No. 102, October-December.

 

2010, “Affirming Difference”, Inside Indonesia, No. 102, October-December.

 

2009, “The Politics of Imlek”, Inside Indonesia, No. 95, January-March.

 

2006, “Assimilation, Multiculturalism, Hybridity: The Dilemmas of Ethnic Chinese in Post-Suharto Indonesia”, Asian Ethnicity, 7(2), pp.149-66.

 

2004, “Multiculturalism and Hybridity in Accommodating ‘Chineseness’ in Post-Soeharto Indonesia”, in Alchemies: Community Exchanges, Eds. Glenn Pass & Denise Woods, Black Swan Publishing, Perth, pp.17-38.

Religion

2020, “JPCC: a megachurch brand story in Indonesia” in Routledge International Handbook of Religion in Global Society, ed. Cornelio, J.S, Gauthier F, Martikainen T. & Woodhead L., London and New York: Routledge.

2018, “Pentecostal Churches in Jakarta: Exploring Global, Local and Class Dynamics”, Pentecostal Megachurches in Southeast Asia, Terence Chong (ed.), Singapore: ISEAS Publishing, pp.21-46.

2018, “Book Review: Chinese Ways of Being Muslim: Negotiating Ethnicity and Religiosity in Indonesia”, Journal of Chinese Overseas, 14, pp.305-308.

2017, “Book Review: Blessed and Called to Be a Blessing: Muslim-Christian Couples Sharing a Life Together”, Social Sciences and Mission, 30(1&2), pp.206-8.

2016, "To Build a Generation of Stars": Megachurch identity, religion and modernity in Indonesia, South East Asia Research, 24(4), pp.477-491.

2016, "Religious Aspirations Among Urban Christians in Contemporary Indonesia", International Sociology, 31(4), pp. 413-431.

2016, "Atheists Deserve a Place in Interfaith Dialogue", The Straits Times, 3 April.

 

2016, “Mapping Chineseness on the Landscape of Chinese Churches in Indonesia”, Asian Ethnicity, 17(2), pp 228-247.

 

2016, "Urban Christian Aspirations”, Inside Indonesia, No.124: April-June. 

 

2015, “Contested Religious Space in Jakarta: Negotiating Politics, Capital and Ethnicity”, in Handbook of Religion and the Asian City: Aspiration and Urbanization in the Twenty-First Century, Peter van der Veer (ed.), Oakland: University of California Press, 201-218.

 

2014, “God and Discipline: Religious Education and Character Building in a Christian School in Jakarta”, South East Asia Research, 22(4), pp.505-524.

 

2013, “Between Evangelism and Multiculturalism: The Dynamics of Christianity in Indonesia”, Social Compass, 60(4), pp.457-470.

 

2013, “Pancasila and the Christians in Indonesia: A Leaky Shelter?”, Asian Culture, Vol. 37, pp.29-46.

 

2013, “Rethinking Religious Tradition and Authority in the Postmodern World”, Interreligious Insight: A Journal of Dialogue and Engagement, 11(2), pp.30-41.

 

2013, “Secularity, Religion and the Possibilities for Religious Citizenship”, (with Parker), Asian Journal of Social Sciences, 41(2), pp.150-174.

 

2013, “‘By Race, I am Chinese; and by Grace, I am Christian”: Negotiating Chineseness and Christianity in Indonesia”, Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: History, Religion and Belonging, Siew-Min Sai and Chang-Yau Hoon (eds), Routledge, pp.159-177.

 

2009, “A Landscape of Religious Diversity”, The Jakarta Post, 09 January.