Notice Board


15th Annual Conference of the European Association of Taiwan Studies (EATS)

Zurich, Switzerland, 4–6 April 2018

Deadline for submission of abstracts to

Regular Panels: 31 August 2017

MA Panels: 31 October 2017

In environmental sciences ‘sustainability’ means ‘the quality of not being harmful to the environment or depleting natural resources, and thereby supporting long-term ecological balance’. However, ‘sustainability’ is more than a recent buzzword and embraces a much broader philosophy and practice. If we consider ‘sustainability’ as an ecosystem, a lifestyle, a community or a world that is capable of supporting itself and its surroundings indefinitely, we believe ‘sustainability’ is an equally important concept for scholars and students of all disciplines – social sciences, arts and humanities, or Taiwan Studies generally.

The 15th Annual Conference of the European Association of Taiwan Studies (EATS) adopts a broadly defined theme of ‘sustainability’ and invites researchers of all backgrounds to address the following questions: How have the people on Taiwan survived political, social and cultural challenges? How may Taiwan contribute to a more sustainable world in the future? What are the issues facing the islanders today to maintain their lifestyles and what solutions to them could be proposed? Are Tsai Ing-wen’s approaches to transitional justice, gender equality, cross-strait relations, economic growth, environment, and cultural development sustainable?

For submission, please send an abstract of 500 words (including 3–5 keywords in Word Document), together with a separate page indicating your first name, surname, affiliation, status (i.e. Faculty, MA, PhD, Researcher), gender and email contact to (subject: abstract of SURNAME, Given Name) and cc. by 31 August 2017. After a double-blind external review process, we will announce the successful submissions by 30 November 2017.

To encourage junior researchers, EATS will organize special panels for students currently enrolled in MA programmes to practice their presentation skills and to receive critical feedback on their work. The MA panels are not confined by the theme of the conference, although it should be relevant to the broadly defined field of Taiwan Studies. To submit to MA panels, please send an abstract of 300-500 words on a topic of your choice, together with a separate page indicating your first name, surname, affiliation, gender and email contact to (subject: MA abstract of SURNAME, Given Name) and cc. by 31 October 2017. After a double-blind review process, we will also announce the successful submissions by 30 November 2017.

Accepted postgraduate presenters (PhD and MA students) who are affiliated with European institutions, or the 2018 Young Scholar Award finalists, will receive a travel grant of €150.


Deadline: 31 August 2017

1st Prize: €1000; 2nd Prize: €600; 3rd Prize: €400

The EATS Young Scholar Award (YSA) is open to applicants who are currently enrolled on a Master’s or PhD programme, or are within three years of having submitted their PhD dissertation but are not currently in a full-time lectureship. In their papers, applicants should address the 2018 EATS conference theme, “Sustainable Taiwan”. Applicants must be a current EATS member. EATS board members are not eligible to apply.

Submission: Papers should be written in English, and only single-authored, unpublished original research papers will be accepted. However, candidates may submit papers that are under review for publication in a scholarly journal at the time of the 2018 EATS conference. Each applicant may submit only one paper of 7000–9000 words (including bibliography/reference and notes). Please include in the title page the author’s full name, institution, email address, and postal address.

The deadline for submission of full papers is 31 August 2017. Please submit to and cc Please specify the subject as “your name + YSA 2018”.

Evaluation: Submissions will be evaluated according to their relevance to the field, originality, clarity of methodology, quality of the writing, and respect for the rules of quotation. After a double blind external review process, the EATS Board will nominate by the end of November 2017 no more than 3 finalists. The finalists will be invited to present their works at the EATS conference in Zurich, Switzerland, 4–6 April 2018. During the conference, their papers and formal presentations will be further assessed.

Award: The final results of the 2018 European Taiwan Studies YSA will be announced at the Closing Ceremony of the 2018 EATS annual conference. Each prize winner will be presented with an official certificate and monetary award (1st Prize: €1000; 2nd Prize: €600; 3rd Prize: €400).

Important Notice:

  • YSA finalists must arrange their own travel to Zurich. Each of them will receive a partial reimbursement of travel and/or accommodation during the conference as per EATS conference regulations. Absence from the EATS conference will be considered as withdrawal from the competition.

  • Paper submissions to YSA will not be automatically considered as an abstract submission for the 2018 EATS annual conference. Please follow the guidelines of the 2018 EATS Call for Papers to submit your abstract to participate in the EATS Annual Conference in Zurich.



An exciting new peer-reviewed academic journal on Taiwan studies, the International Journal of Taiwan Studies (IJTS), will be launched by Brill in March 2018. IJTS is cosponsored by Academia Sinica and the European Association of Taiwan Studies (EATS). Its editorial office is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and is hosted by the Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University (UK). IJTS aims to be a principal outlet for the dissemination of cutting-edge research on Taiwan. Once launched, IJTS will be published in March and September every year. It will offer a platform for theoretical debates and empirical analyses, and create a space for discussion among international scholars working across disciplines in the social sciences, arts, and humanities. The journal is also interested in interdisciplinary approaches to Taiwan studies. IJTS welcomes submissions that are localised in focus, as well as research that is more global and comparative. Authors are encouraged to position Taiwan and Taiwan-related issues within different global, regional, and local contexts and processes.

The journal’s Editor-in- Chief is Dr Ming-yeh T. Rawnsley, Research Associate of SOAS, University of London and Secretary-General of EATS (2012–2018). The Executive Editorial Board members are Professor Kuei-fen Chiu (National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan), Dr Dafydd Fell (SOAS, University of London), Professor Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao (Academia Sinica), Professor Michael Shiyung Liu (Academia Sinica) and Professor Gunter Schubert (Tübingen University). Book review editor is Professor Gary D. Rawnsley (Aberystwyth University).

The theme of the inaugural edition will be “Taiwan Studies: State of the Field”, edited by Professor Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao and Dr Dafydd Fell. It intends to cover as wide a range of disciplines as possible. We will accept high quality submission which fits the theme until the launch issue runs out of space. The journal follows a double-blind peer review system. Please follow this link to download a copy of the submission guidelines.

Meanwhile the rolling call for papers for regular issues of the International Journal of Taiwan Studies is also open. The same submission guidelines apply. For further information about the journal, please visit our website.

Contact Details

Please follow submission guidelines and submit your articles online.

If you have any queries or if you wish to propose a special thematic issue, please write to the IJTS editorial office (

Please write to the Book Review Editor, Professor Gary Rawnsley ( if you would like to review books relevant to Taiwan studies.

The postal address of the IJTS editorial office is: Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University, Penglais, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 3FE, UK


The 1st Art History Association of Taiwan was established in March 2016 and its inaugural conference took place 25–26 March 2017. For further information about the Taiwan Art History Association and its activities, please consult their Facebook Page.


The 10th SOAS Taiwan Studies Summer School organized by the Centre of Taiwan Studies took place between 3 July and 7 July 2017. Its key themes were: Taiwan indigenous media; Taiwanese (Taiyu) music; the rap scene in Taiwan; music of Jay Chou and Mayday; Taiwan's gay past in song and film; documenting Taiwanese society and politics; Taiwan and Hong Kong media; Post martial- law in Taiwan; Research Training Seminars in Taiwan Studies; The making of documentary Love Boat: Taiwan. Speakers: Ado Kaliting Pacidal; Hsieh Ming-Yu; Tobie Openshaw; Valerie Soe (San Francisco State University); Chi Ta-Wei (National Chengchi University); Chang Tieh-chih; Meredith Schweig (Emory University); Lin Chen-yu (University of Liverpool); Hsieh Chinlin


  • The Institute of Linguistics and the Faculty of Political Studies and Journalism at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań were awarded a joint Taiwan Studies Project grant by the R.O.C. Ministry of Education. Its realization begins in October 2017 and it will cover the following activities: teaching the Taiwanese variety of Mandarin Chinese at undergraduate and graduate levels; preparing Polish-language teaching materials of Chinese, in collaboration with Taiwanese specialists; a series of publications concerning Taiwan in traditional Polish media; the organization of courses on contemporary Taiwan at the Faculty of Political Studies and Journalism; the organization of academic exchange activities related to Taiwan Studies and of Taiwan-related cultural events for the general public. In February this year, a Team for Research into Taiwan’s Languages and Culture was established at the Institute of Linguistics of Adam Mickiewicz University.

  • The Center for Chinese Studies of Masaryk University has been awarded a Taiwan Studies Project by the Ministry of Education of Taiwan (January 2018–December 2010), for the purpose of promoting the linguistic, cultural and social diversity of Taiwan in the Czech Republic. With the grant, Masaryk University will set up a Preparatory Office for the Center for Taiwan Studies. The Center will offer various courses on Taiwan Studies open to the entire university and universities in the neighboring regions and will organize Taiwan-related activities of various sorts. To propose cooperation, please contact Dr. Dusan Vavra, director of the Center for Chinese Studies (


Closing date for application: 6 August 2017

The School of Language and Global Studies at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) wishes to appoint a full-time and permanent Lecturer in Asia Pacific Studies to contribute to the academic development, course management, teaching, research development and scholarship within the School in the area of Asia Pacific Studies (including the Pacific Rim, the South-East Asia, and the Russian Far East). Application closing date is 6 August 2017. For details, please see here.


Closing date for application: 30 September 2017

Position as Assistant (Junior) Professor of Modern Taiwan Studies in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Tübingen The Faculty of Humanities at the University of Tübingen invites applications for the position of assistant (junior) (W 1, non-tenure track) professor of Modern Taiwan Studies. The selected candidate should specialize in social science-based research on contemporary Taiwan and cross-strait studies. The position is initially limited to four years, with the possibility of extension of two years. The University intends to fill the position by 1 April 2018.

The selected candidate is expected to carry out research on modern and contemporary Taiwan and cross-strait relations independently. He/she will be requested to teach four to six hours per week (during the winter and summer terms). He/she will teach in German or English. The University of Tübingen expects that non-native applicants are willing to learn German during their time of employment.

Applications with the usual documents (Curriculum Vitae, references, list of publications and teaching experience) should be sent to: Dean of the Faculty of Humanities University of Tübingen, Keplerstr. 2, D-72074 Tübingen, Germany. Any enquries, please contact Professor Gunter Schubert ( or Stefan Braig (

The closing date for applications is 30 September 2017.


The NATPA has received several book proposals in response to its “Call for writing A book on Taiwan’s political history: Viewed from Taiwan’s perspective,” released in October 2016. NATPA appreciates the enthusiastic responses. All the proposals have merit in their own right; nevertheless, the Review Committee hopes to have a proposal that more clearly addresses the core issue: “to show how the Taiwanese-- in their struggles for democracy, freedom, human rights, equality, stability, prosperity, dignity-- have changed Taiwan’s political landscape and shaped Taiwan’s national identity,” as stated in the “Purpose.”

As such, NATPA has decided to continue to accept book proposals. Therefore, we are reissuing this book proposal solicitation, without changing the contents, except setting a new cut-off date for receipt of proposals in “Time Lines,”

I. Purpose:

As the Asian countries’ political and economic relations become more complicated, and China’s influence grows, political scientists and policy makers need to know more about Taiwan’s history and her people’s perceptions about their future. As an assemblage of Taiwan’s intellectuals, the NATPA calls for the creation of a book, written in English, on Taiwan’s political history, viewed from Taiwan’s perspective, covering the time period from 1895 through the present, to show how the Taiwanese – in their struggles for democracy, freedom, human rights, equality, stability, prosperity, dignity – have changed Taiwan’s political landscape and shaped Taiwan’s national identity.

II. Financial Support:

NATPA will provide support for the selected prospective author in two stages:

a) In the first stage: NATPA will give a research award of US$10,000 to the selected prospective author, who stands out in items (a), (b), and (c) of Section III Screening Process;

b) In the second stage: After the prospective author completes item (d) of Section III Screening Process (after a draft has been completed), and if the selected author is not a native English speaker, NATPA can assist with help in the editing process.

III. Screening Process:

a) An applicant should have a doctoral degree in history, political science, or a related field, with a strong publishing record in Taiwan studies; no limitation on nationality of applicant.

b) An applicant should provide a resume and a list of publications;

c) An applicant should submit (1) a statement on how he/she defines the “viewed from the Taiwan perspective”, as well as a preliminary outline of the book, expected completion time, and estimated word count, and (2) attach one published essay on issues related to Taiwan.

d) After the prospective author has completed the draft, NATPA will conduct an anonymous review by three qualified experts.

IV. Time Lines:

a) Application materials required in items III.(b) and III.(c) should be received by 15 August 2017

b) The final draft of the book, item III. (d) should be completed and received by 15 September 2019

Please direct questions and applications to:

North America Taiwanese Professors’ Association, Think-Tank Committee

Peter Chow ( (through 30 September 2019) Shyu-tu Lee ( (through 30 September 2017)


The Taiwan Studies Dissertation Award (TSDA) is set up and managed by the School of Languages and Area Studies of the University of Portsmouth. Funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of China (Taiwan), the TSDA is open to UK-based undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations which are focused on, related to, or comparing Taiwan with other case studies. TSDA will issue two undergraduate awards and two postgraduate awards to dissertations in the disciplines of Social Sciences as well as Arts and Humanities. Awardees will be presented with an official certificate and a modest monetary prize.

All submissions will be blind reviewed independently by respected scholars in the field of Taiwan Studies. The primary criterion for assessment is the intellectual rigour of the dissertation. The deadline for submitting undergraduate dissertations has been extended to 31st July 2017; the deadline for submitting postgraduate (MA/MPhil) dissertations is 15th December 2017. To encourage wider participation, postgraduate dissertations submitted for the academic year of 2015-16 are also eligible for this year's competition.

There are two channels for submission:

(1) If you are a supervisor and would like to nominate a dissertation, please send a copy of the dissertation with your recommendation to; and

(2) if you are a student and have written a BA, MA or MPhil dissertation on Taiwan-related topics, please email your dissertation and a personal CV (including the names of your supervisors) to

Please direct any relevant enquiries to the organiser, Dr Isabelle Cheng, at

The TSDA Review Committee

School of Languages and Area Studies

University of Portsmouth


Conference on Rethinking Transnationalism in the Global World: Contested State, Society, Border and People in Between

7-8 September 2017 University of Portsmouth, UK

Dr Isabelle Cheng and Dr Lara Momesso, two EATS members who specialise in migration in East Asia, have received funding from Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for organising an international conference entitled 'Rethinking Transnationalism in the Global World: Contested State, Society, Border and People in between' on 7-8 September at the University of Portsmouth.

Attended by scholars from the UK, US, Germany, Japan, Macao, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, and Taiwan, this conference aims at enhancing the theorisation of transnationalism by using the rich experiences of Taiwan as a migration hub in East Asia. The conference will investigate transnationalism in four panels: sovereignty and human rights, infusion of capital, idea and culture, intimacy and negotiation of identity at home, and activism at grassroots level and across borders. Professor Brenda Yeoh, the Dean of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of the National University of Singapore, will deliver the keynote speech entitled 'Negotiating Intimacies across Borders: Time, Temporalities and Transnational Families’. This conference will also host the very first overseas screening of See You, Lovable Strangers, a documentary about undocumented Vietnamese migrant workers who 'run away' and find employment in agricultural work in the central ridge of Taiwan. Please join us in our exploration of how ordinary men and women can make a difference to their life when it is constrained by global economy, state institutions, popular discourses and familial hierarchy.

International Conference ‘Civil Society versus the State? Emergent Trajectories of Civic Agency in East Asia in Comparative and Transnational Perspective’

University of Zurich, 13–15 September 2017

Organizers: David Chiavacci (University of Zurich), Simona Grano (University of Zurich) and Julia Obinger (SOAS, UK)

This conference aims to consolidate research on recent interactions and conflicts between states, who try to exert more influence across several fields (e.g. the environment, the labour market, freedom of expression, education) and newly emerging social movements as a counter-reaction to what is perceived by many as an ‘illiberal turn’ on part of the authorities in several countries across East Asia (China, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea and the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong).

By bringing together different theoretical positions from a variety of disciplines, the relationship between civic awareness and different forms of agency, including resistance against what is perceived as authoritarian decision-making, shall be re-examined.

'Beyond Europe. Politics and Change in Global and Regional Affairs' Conference

Department of Non-European Political Studies of the Faculty of Political Studies and Journalism Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland 24–25 October 2017

This conference will include a panel on Regional Politics and Civil Society in Taiwan dedicated to the following issues:

(a) Political and social system in Taiwan in relation to the rest of South-East Asia;

(b) Taiwan in regional and global relations;

(c) Contemporary trade and investment opportunities in Taiwan and South-East Asia;

(d) Social and cultural factors for transformation in Taiwan and South-East Asia;

(e) Taiwan security dilemmas: contemporary challenges and opportunities.

For further information please refer to the following website.

'Art and Translation in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Korea of Post-China Era' Conference

27–28 October 2017, School of History of Art, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland

In Collaboration With Art In Translation Journal and The Taiwan Academy

This symposium plans to open up the discussion in art of the Post-China era in relation to both the historical and contemporary contexts of changing geo-political and cultural identities of Asian locales – Taiwan, Hong Kong and Korea in particular, and the relationship of these issues to visual production. In doing so we are patently interested in accounts that connect with the hybridity of artistic creation, critical conversations across boarders and postcolonial theory to critique – and reposition beyond – the use of visuality and cultural translations developed in the regions under Chinese-influence in a global context (including its autonomous regions and Asian counterparts). We strive to understand how Asian art history, aesthetics and practices conform, translate, defy and synthesize as they demarcate what it designates to be modern and contemporary in specific milieus. Papers will be considered for peer-reviewed publication, to be featured in Art and Translation as a special issue in December 2018. Any queries please contact Dr Chia-Ling Yang ( or Dr Li-Heng Hsu (

The 59th Annual Conference of the American Association for Chinese Studies (AACS): 'China and Taiwan in a Changing World'

Walker Institute, University of South Carolina, 20-22 October 2017

The 59th American Association for Chinese Studies (AACS) annual conference will be hosted by the Walker Institute, University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina, from 20-22 October 2017. The theme of the conference is “China and Taiwan in a Changing World”. The AACS seeks to construct a balanced program, including panels representing the humanities, social sciences, communication studies, education, business, and other related disciplines.

The AACS is an interdisciplinary association devoted to the study of China, Taiwan, and the Chinese diaspora. Membership in AACS is required for participation in the annual conference, and non-members are welcome to submit proposals, join the Association and participate in the annual conference. For further information, please consult the AACS website.

The Oxford International History of East Asia Research Seminar

Autumn (Michaelmas) term 2017

University of Oxford China Centre

The convenors of the Oxford International History of East Asia Research Seminar will organise a series of seminar presentations for the autumn (Michaelmas) 2017 session on any aspect of the international history of East Asia, particularly papers on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. A broad range of international history topics may include not only state-to-state relations, but also the flow of people, goods and ideas between states, the role of international and transnational organisations, and the importance of culture, identity, race and gender in diplomacy. Interdisciplinary approaches with a strong historical focus are also welcome.

The seminar is open to Oxford and non-Oxford speakers alike. All convenors are current graduate students and the seminar provides a welcoming environment for fellow PhD students and early career researchers to present research at any stage of completion to an audience of students and staff.

This session of seminars will be held during Oxford’s Michaelmas term, which is between 9 October and 1 December 2017. Presentations are expected to last between 20 and 30 minutes and are followed by comment and question from the audience.

Any queries, please contact Further information about the seminar is also available on their Facebook page and Twitter feed. The seminar is kindly hosted and supported by the University of Oxford China Centre. Welcome to join us at the research seminar series in Oxford!


  • Dr Niki J.P. Alsford has been appointed Reader in Asia Pacific Studies and Director of the International Institute of Korean Studies at the University of Central Lancashire.

  • Professor Chris Berry and Dr Ming-yeh Rawnsley have received a grant from Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture for a project, “Taiwan’s Lost Popular Cinema: Recovered and Restored”. The project will organise a symposium in London on the topic of Taiwanese-language cinema on 7 October 2017 at King’s College London. It will also organise screenings of 10 Taiwanese-language films throughout the UK and Europe.

  • Dr Ming-lun Chung received his PhD at the Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield in summer 2017.

  • Professor Ann Heylen has been promoted to full professor at the International Taiwan Studies Center, National Taiwan Normal University.

  • Dr Chun-yi Lee, University of Nottingham, was elected as an EATS board member in March 2017 at the EATS Annual Conference in Venice.


Professor J. Bruce Jacobs (Monash University) wishes to recommend a recent publication by EATS members. He says:

China Perspectives has published an excellent special feature in 2017 on ‘Processual Change in Taiwan: Actors, Values, and Change’, written primarily by young European scholars. Edited by Stephane Corcuff and Chun-yi Lee, with an introduction by Corcuff, the articles include an analysis by Adina Zemanek on the development of the Taiwan nation in tourist souvenirs, the response of Taiwan society to three attempt to build a mainland structure not found in Taiwan, the Hakka tulou, by Fiorella Bourgeois, collective memory focussing on the 228 Massacres and the White Terror by Vladimir Stolojan, and the attempt of the Want Want group to gain important control of Taiwan’s media by Lihyun Lin and Chun-Yi Lee. Scholars interested in modern Taiwan should definitely check these new articles.


  • Alsford, Niki J.P. (2017). "Transitions to Modernity in Taiwan: The Spirit of 1895 and the Cession of Formosa to Japan". London: Routledge.

  • Berry, Chris (2017). "Imagine There’s No China: Wei Te-Sheng and Taiwan’s ‘Japan Complex.’" In: Chiu, Kuei-fen; Rawnsley, Ming-yeh and Rawnsley, Gary (eds.) Taiwan Cinema, International Reception, and Social Change. London: Routledge.

  • Caldwell, Ernest (2017). "Chinese Constitutionalism: Five-Power Constitution". In: Grote, Rainer and Lachenmann, Frauke and Wolfrum, Rüdiger, (eds) Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Caldwell, Ernest (2017). "Widening the Constitutional Gap in China and Taiwan: History, Reform, and the Control Yuan". University of Illinois Law Review, 2017(2): 739-766.

  • Cheng, Isabelle & Momesso, Lara (2017). “Look, the World Is Watching How We Treat Migrants! The Making of the Anti-Trafficking Legislation during the Ma Administration". Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 46(1): 61-99.

  • Cheng, Isabelle (2017). "She Cares Because She Is a Mother: The Intersection of Citizenship and Motherhood of Southeast Asian Immigrant Women in Taiwan". In: Fresnoza-Flot & Ricordeau (eds), International Marriages and Marital Citizenship: Southeast Asian Women on the Move. Abingdon: Routledge.

  • Corcuff, Stephane (ed.) (2017). Special issue "Processual Change in Taiwan: Actors, Values, and Change", China Perspectives 2017/2.

  • Jacobs, J. Bruce (2016). "Taiwan during and after the Democratic Transition (1988-2016)". In: Gunter Schubert (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Taiwan. London and New York: Routledge, 51-67.

  • Jacobs, J. Bruce (2016). "A History of Pre-Invasion Taiwan", Taiwan Historical Research 23(4), 1-38.

  • Laureillard, Marie (2016). "The Taiwanese Artist Mei Dean-E and the Concept of Chineseness". Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, 3(1 & 2), June: 91-109.

  • Lee, Chun-Yi & Lin, Lihyun (2017). "When Business Met Politics". China Perspectives 2017/2: 37-46.

  • Lee, Chun-Yi & Yin, Ming-xi (2017). "Chinese Investment in Taiwan: A Challenge or an Opportunity for Taiwan?", Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 46(1): 37–59.

  • Lin, Pei-Yin (2016). "Comicality in Long Live the Mistress and the Making of a Chinese Comedy of Manners". Tamkang Review 47(1), December: 97-119.

  • Lin, Pei-Yin (2017). "How China is Changed by Deng Lijun and Her Song". In: Steve Tsang (ed.) Taiwan’s Impact on China. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 179-202.

  • Lin, Ping (2016). "Being Privileged Overseas: Taiwanese People in Jakarta". Translocal Chinese: East Asian Perspectives 10: 207-231.

  • Lombardi, Rosa (trans.) (2016). "Il Fiume del tempo – Antologia poetica 1959-2009" (Xi Murong’s poems). Italy: Castelvecchi.

  • Lu, Wei-lun (2017). "Socio-Cultural Factors in Analyzing the Pragmeme of Accommodation: A Case Study of the Official Online Eulogy Request System in Taiwan". In: Alessandro Capone and Vahid Parvaresh (eds),The Pragmeme of Accommodation and Intercultural Pragmatics: The Case of Interaction Around the Event of Death. New York: Springer, 111-127.

  • Lu, Wei-lun (2017). "Use of Specialized Databases as a Method in Cultural Linguistics: The Case of DEATH in Taiwanese Buddhist and Christian Eulogistic Idioms". In: Fazard Sharifian (ed.), Advances in Cultural Linguistics. New York: Springer, 49-64.

  • Momesso, Lara & Cheng, Isabelle (2017). "A Team Player Pursuing Its Own Dreams: Rights-Claim Campaign of Chinese Migrant Spouses in the Migrant Movement before and after 2008". In: Dafydd Fell (ed.), Taiwan’s Social Movements under Ma Ying-jeou: From the Wild Strawberries to the Sunflowers.Abingdon: Routledge, 219-235.

  • Rawnsley, Ming-yeh T. (2017). "Cultural Translation between Local and International: The Golden Harvest Award in Taiwan". In: Chris Berry and Luke Robinson (eds), Chinese Film Festivals: Sites of Translation.London: Palgrave Macmillan, 57-78.

  • Rawnsley, Ming-yeh T. and Phillips, Matthew (2017). "Conversations about Taiwanese History Docudrama Attabu" (podcast), In: Aber Outlook. Aberystwyth.

  • Rawnsley, Ming-yeh; Rawnsley, Gary & Chiu, Kuei-fen (eds) (2017). Taiwan Cinema, International Reception, and Social Change. London: Routledge.

  • Yeoh, B.S.A. and Lam, T. (2015). "DiverCity Singapore" In: L. Ko (ed.), Ethnic Rhythms: Life in the Global City. Singapore: Singapore Centre for Global Missions, 1-3.

  • Zemanek, Adina (2017). "Familiar Spaces: (National) Home in Contemporary Taiwanese Tourist Souvenirs". In: China Perspectives 2017/2.