- 2019 “More than a ‘Petty Chief’: Understanding Fijian Chiefship through the Entrance Ceremony and Local History”, Anthropologica 61(2): 213-226.
- 2019 “Austronesian Speakers and Hereditary Leadership in the Pacific”, Anthropological Forum 29(3): 1-17. With Richard Scaglion.（First author）
- 2016 “The Resilient Landscape: Fijian Village Gardens in the Age of Commercial Agriculture”, Taiwan Journal of Anthropology 14(1):113-148.
- 2012 “Colonial Uneven Development, Fijian Vanua and Modern Ecotourism in Taveuni, Fiji”, Pacific Asia Inquiry 3(1):41-57.
- 2005 “Popularization, Localization, and Imagination: The Making of Hip Hop Culture in Taiwan”, Human and Culture 37:7-28 (In Chinese).
- Forthcoming “From Historical Realism to Austronesian Futurism: Situating Indigenous-themed Comics in Taiwan” in Guido Carlo Pigliasco and Suzanne S. Finney (eds.) Deframing Oceania: How Comics and Graphic Novels Have Challenged the Narratives of Pacific Islands and Islanders. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press.
- Forthcoming “Cooperation in an ‘Ambiguous Space’: Indigenous Fijian Inshore Sovereignty and Governance” in Towards Governance and World-Making: Comparative Austronesian Perspectives. Taipei: Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica (In Chinese).
- 2019 “Muscular Vernaculars: Braggadocio, ‘Academic Rappers’, and Alternative Hip-Hop Masculinity in Taiwan” in Eva Tsai et al. (eds) Made in Taiwan: Studies in Popular Music. New York and London: Routledge. Pp. 157-167.
- 2017 “Mobile Phone Usage in the Pacific Islands” in Andrew Strathern et al. (eds) Oceania: An Introduction to the Cultures and Identities of Pacific Islanders, Second Edition. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press. Pp. 15-17.
- 2022 Rez Metal, Directed by Ashkan Soltani Stone, 2021, 75 minutes, English. Produced by Aks Media, Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), Slated, Taiwan Journal of Anthropology, 20(1): 196-200 (In Chinese).
- 2021 Radhika Govindrajan, Animal Intimacies: Interspecies Relatedness in India’s Central Himalayas (The University of Chicago Press), Taiwan Journal of Anthropology 19(1): 162-167 (In Chinese).
- 2017 Kees van Dijk, Pacific Strife: The Great Powers and their Political and Economic Rivalries in Asia and the Western Pacific 1870-1914 (Amsterdam University Press), Pacific Affairs 90(1): 111-113.
- 2023 “Disco as Unmarked Sound in Late Cold War Taiwan”, for the annual meeting of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music-Southeast Asia and International Council for Traditional Music-Malaysia. Penang, Malaysia.
- 2022 “When ‘Hood’ Becomes Club: Cultural Practices of the University Hip Hop Culture Club in Taiwan”, for the annual meeting of the Taiwan Society for Anthropology and Ethnology. Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
- 2022 “In Search of the 70s and 80s Disco Era in Taiwan”, for the annual meeting of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music. Daegu, South Korea.
- 2021 “Indigenous Fijian Inshore Governance and Sovereignty” for the conference Indigenous People, State and Governance: Perspectives from Taiwan, Oceania and South-East Asia. Academia, Sinica, Taiwan.
- 2020 “Hip-Hop as Cultural Heritage: From Themed Museum to Walking Tour” for the 9th International Biennial Conference of Museum Studies, Taipei National University of the Arts.
- 2020 “In Search of a Disco Era in Taiwan 1974-1987” for The Cinema/TV/Radio Forum, Taipei.
- 2020 “Rain and Land” for the annual meeting of the Taiwan Society for Anthropology and Ethnology. Nantou, Taiwan.
- 2019 “Songs, Hymns, and the Negotiation of Identities in Waitabu, Fiji” for the annual meeting of the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania. Auckland, New Zealand.
- 2018 “The Articulations of Movies and Militourism: The Case of Moana” for the annual meeting of the Taiwan Society for Anthropology and Ethnology. Taitung, Taiwan.
- 2017 “What Can the Reef Check Survey Detect in a Fijian Coastal Community?” for the annual meeting of the Taiwan Society for Anthropology and Ethnology. Taipei, Taiwan.
- 2016 “Austronesian Speakers and Social Hierarchies in the Pacific” with Richard Scaglion for the international workshop Hierarchy and Egalitarianism in Austronesia/Oceania. Hsinchu, Taiwan.
- 2016 “Can the Fijian Vanua (Land) Incorporate Indo-Fijians?” for the annual meeting of the Taiwan Society for Anthropology and Ethnology. Taipei, Taiwan.
- 2016 “More than a Petty Chief: Reexamining Fijian Chiefship through the Welcome Ceremony and Communal Identity” for the annual meeting of the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania. San Diego, CA.
- 2015 “Fijian Vanua (Land) and they Dynamic Austronesian Environments” for the annual meeting of the Taiwan Society for Anthropology and Ethnology. Taipei, Taiwan.
- 2015 “Sustaining the Hidden Diversity: Fijian Village Food Gardens in the Age of Neoliberal Agriculture” for the annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology. Pittsburgh, PA.
- 2014 “Messy Gardens and Powerful Landscapes: Fijian Farming in a Globalized World” for the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Washington, DC.
- 2013 “Breathing Spaces at the Sea: The Ambiguity of Fijian Inshore Territorial Ownership” for the international workshop Legal Ground: Land and Law in Contemporary Taiwan and the Pacific. Taipei, Taiwan.
- 2012 “Who Owns the Sea? Kai Vulagi Business, I-Taukei Custom and the State Law at Coastal Taveuni, Fiji” for the annual meeting of the Taiwan Society for Anthropology and Ethnology. Taipei, Taiwan.
- 2011 “Conserving the Marine Environment, Developing the Vanua: An Environmental Ethnography of Waitabu, Fiji” for the annual meeting of the Taiwan Society for Anthropology and Ethnology. Taipei, Taiwan.
- 2010 “Farming and Fishing in the Garden Island: Conservation and Subsistence Strategies in Waitabu, Fiji” for the international conference Future Challenges, Ancient Solutions: What We Can Learn from the Past about the Future in the Pacific. Suva, Fiji.
- 2010 “Colonial Uneven Development and the Rise of Modern Environmentalism in Taveuni, Fiji: Using the Bouma Region as an Example” for the international workshop Migration, Network and Colonial Legacies in Pacific Islands, Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies. Taipei, Taiwan.