Curriculum Vitae

PROF. DR. DANNY WONG TZE KEN

Professor
  • Department of History
    Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
  • 79675560 / 5500

BIOGRAPHY


Danny Wong Tze Ken is Professor of History at the Department of History, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Universiti Malaya where he teaches history of Southeast Asia and History of China. His research interests include the Chinese in Malaysia, China’s relations with Southeast Asia and History of Sabah. 


He is currently Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Universiti Malaya. He was Director of Global Planning & Strategy Centre, Universiti Malaya and former Director of the Institute of China Studies and former Head of the Malaysian Chinese Research Centre at the same university. 

He was Visiting Professor at Peking University (2018). He was also Visiting Yip (China) Fellow at Magdalene College, Cambridge University (2017-2018); Visiting Scholar at the Hakka College, National Central University, Taiwan (2017); and Visiting Professor at the Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University (2010). Professor Wong is a Member of the Board of Governors, Chinese Heritage Centre, Singapore and Council Member of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Member of the Board of Trustees, SEASREP Foundation, and a former Chairman of the UNESCO Southeast Asian Shared-History Textbook Technical Committee. 

Among his publications are: The Kinabalu Guerrillas and the 1943 Jesselton Uprising (2020), Chinese Studies in Malaysia and Singapore in a Global Context (2019), One Crowded Moment of Glory: The Kinabalu Guerrillas and the 1943 Jesselton Uprising (2019), The Diaries of G.C. Woolley, Vol. 1: 1901-1907 (2015); Vol. 2: 1907-1913 (2016) & Vol. 3: 1913-1919 (2018); The Chinese Overseas in Malaysia in an Era of Change (2018), Historical Sabah: The War (2010), The Nguyen and Champa during 17th and 18th Century (2007), Historical Sabah: the Chinese (2005), Historical Sabah: Community and Society (2004), The Transformation of an Immigrant Society: a Study of the Chinese of Sabah (1998).

AREAS OF EXPERTISE


  • CHINESE IN MALAYSIA
  • HISTORY OF SABAH
  • HISTORY OF SOUTHEAST ASIA
  • HISTORY OF VIETNAM

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION


  • PHD(UM)(2004), (History)
    Universiti Malaya (UM)
  • MA(UM)(1994), (Sejarah)
    Universiti Malaya (UM)
  • BA(HONS)(UM)(1990), (Sejarah)
    Universiti Malaya (UM)

ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES


  • Dean
    03 Dec 2022 - present (Dean Office, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences)
  • Task Force Member
    15 Dec 2023 - 31 Jan 2024 (University Malaya)
  • Dean
    03 Dec 2020 - 02 Dec 2022 (Dean Office, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences)
  • Dean of Faculty Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya
    03 Dec 2020 - 02 Dec 2022 (University Malaya)
  • Pengerusi Jawatankuasa Kajian Semula Kriteria Pencalonan Penganugerahan Ijazah Kehormat dan Profesor Emeritus Universiti Malaya
    17 Feb 2020 - 16 Feb 2021 (University Malaya)
  • Dean
    03 Dec 2018 - 02 Dec 2020 (Dean Office, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences)
  • Director
    01 Jul 2013 - 31 Dec 2017 (Corporate Strategy Centre, Vice-Chancellor)
  • Director
    01 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017 (Institute of China Studies, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation))
  • Director
    01 Jan 2015 - 31 Dec 2016 (Institute of China Studies, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation))
  • Head of Malaysian Chinese Research Centre
    01 Jan 2013 - 31 Dec 2016 (University Malaya)
  • Director
    02 Jan 2014 - 31 Dec 2014 (Institute of China Studies, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation))
  • Faculty representative to the Jawatankuasa Ijazah Tinggi Fakulti Sastera & Sains Sosial
    01 Jan 2014 - 31 Dec 2014 (Faculty)
  • Head of Malaysian Chinese Research Centre, Humanities Research Cluster
    01 Jan 2014 - 31 Jan 2014 (Faculty)
  • Director
    16 Aug 2012 - 30 Jun 2013 (Corporate Strategy Centre, Vice-Chancellor)
  • Member (Faculty Representative) at Faculty Postgraduate Studies Committee (JKIT)
    13 Aug 2011 - 12 Aug 2013 (Faculty)
  • Ahli, Jawatankuasa Penapisan Calon Staf Akademik Universiti Malaya Bertaraf Pensyarah
    12 Apr 2011 - 13 Apr 2013 (University Malaya)
  • Deputy Director
    01 Jan 2012 - 15 Aug 2012 (Corporate Strategy Centre, Vice-Chancellor)
  • Deputy Dean
    01 Sep 2009 - 15 Mar 2010 (Dean Office, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences)
  • Head
    18 Dec 2007 - 31 Dec 2009 (Maritime Law & Policy Unit, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation))
  • Deputy Dean
    01 Sep 2007 - 31 Aug 2009 (Dean Office, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences)
  • Deputy Dean
    01 Sep 2006 - 31 Aug 2007 (Dean Office, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences)

MEMBERSHIPS


  • FELLOW OF THE ROYAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY, FELLOW
    2023 to 2024 (International)
  • MEMBER, BOARD OF GOVERNORS, CHINESE HERITAGE CENTRE, NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, SINGAPORE, BOARD OF DIRECTORS
    2022 to present (International)
  • MEMBER, EDITORIAL COMMITTEE, CHINA S NEIGBORING DIPLOMACY STUDIES, FUDAN UNIVERSITY, SHANGHAI, CHINA, 2020-2024., COMMITTEE MEMBER
    2020 to 2024 (International)
  • MEMBER, BOARD OF GOVERNOR, CHINESE HERITAGE CENTRE, NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, SINGAPORE, SINCE 2016, MEMBER OF BOARD OF GOVERNORS
    Since 2016 (International)
  • MEMBER, BOARD OF TRUSTEES, SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES REGIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMME (SEASREP) FOUNDATION, SINCE 2011, OTHERS
    Since 2011 (International)
  • MEMBER OF MAJILIS PROFESOR NEGARA, MEMBER
    2022 to 2023 (National)
  • MEMBER, EDITORIAL BOARD, JOURNAL OF CHINESE OVERSEAS, ISSCO & BRILLS, 2020-2023., COMMITTEE MEMBER
    2020 to 2023 (International)
  • INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER, OVERSEAS HAKKA STUDIES CENTRE, NATIONAL CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, TAIWAN (2020-2024), OTHERS
    2020 to 2022 (International)
  • EXTERNAL ACADEMIC ADVISOR, CENTER FOR CHINA AND GLOBALIZING ASIAN STUDIES, MAHIDOL UNIVERSITY (SINCE JULY 2020), OTHERS
    2020 to 2021 (International)
  • ACADEMIC ADVISORY BOARD, THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DIASPORIC CHINESE STUDIES (IJDCS) , NANYANG UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, SINGAPORE, 2020., ACADEMIC ADVISOR
    2020 to 2021 (International)
  • EXTERNAL ASSESSOR, MASTER IN CHINESE STUDIES, XIAMEN UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA (2020), ASSESSORS
    2020 to 2021 (National)
  • DEPUTY CHAIRMAN, GLOBAL HAKKA STUDIES CONSORTIUM, TAIWAN (2019-2021), DEPUTY CHAIRMAN
    2019 to 2021 (International)
  • EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, GLOBAL HAKKA STUDIES CONSORTIUM, TAIWAN (2019-2021), EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBER
    2019 to 2021 (International)
  • EXERNAL ASSESSOR FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA ON GRANT APPLICATION ? DR NHUNG TUYET TRAN, ASSESSORS
    2020 to 2020 (International)
  • MALAYSIAN CHINESE RESEARCH CENTRE (MCRC), UNIVERSITY OF MALAYA, MEMBER
    2020 to 2020 (University)
  • MEMBER, EDITORIAL BOARD, MANU, JOURNAL OF PUSAT PENGANTARAAN ILMU, UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA SABAH, MEMBER OF EDITORIAL BOARD
    2020 to 2020 (National)
  • MEMBER, EDITORIAL BOARD, MALAYSIA DARI SEGI SEJARAH (NATIONAL HISTORICAL SOCIETY), MEMBER OF EDITORIAL BOARD
    2020 to 2020 (National)
  • EXTERNAL ASSESSOR, EVALUATION OF CANDIDATE FOR THE POSITION OF PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA SABAH - ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DR. LAI YEW MENG, ASSESSORS
    2020 to 2020 (National)
  • EXTERNAL ASSESSOR, DOCTORATE AND MASTER PROGRAMMES IN ASEAN STUDIES, NEW ERA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (2020), ASSESSORS
    2020 to 2020 (National)
  • MEMBER, INTERNATIONAL EDITORIAL BOARD, JOURNAL OF GLOBAL HAKKA STUDIES, NATIONAL CHIAO TUNG UNIVERSITY, TAIWAN, SINCE 2014., MEMBER, INTERNATIONAL EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD
    2020 to 2020 (International)
  • EXTERNAL ASSESSOR, PROMOTION EXERCISE FOR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, NATIONAL TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY, TAIWAN (2020) ? DR WONG CHAN YUAN, ASSESSORS
    2020 to 2020 (International)
  • MEMBER, EDITORIAL BOARD, OVERSEAS CHINESE BLUE BOOK, INSTITUTE OF OVERSEAS CHINESE STUDIES, HUAQIAO UNIVERSITY, FUJIAN, CHINA, 2020-2023., MEMBER OF EDITORIAL BOARD
    2020 to 2020 (International)
  • HONORARY SECRETARY, MALAYSIAN BRANCH OF THE ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY (MBRAS) (SINCE 2019), HONORARY SECRETARY
    2019 to 2020 (National)
  • BOOK REVIEW CO-EDITOR, JOURNAL OF THE MALAYSIAN BRANCH OF THE ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY (JMBRAS), SINCE 2019., REVIEWER
    2019 to 2020 (International)
  • REPRESENTATIVE, SOUTHEAST ASIA, INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF THE CHINESE OVERSEAS (ISSCO) (2019-2021), OTHERS
    2019 to 2020 (International)

AWARD AND STEWARDSHIP


  • Fellow of the Academy of Sciences Malaysia
    Academy of Sciences Malaysia, 2023 (National)
  • Anugerah Buku Negara 2022
    Yayas?n Pembangunan Bunu Negara, 2022 (National)
  • EXCELLENCE SERVICE AWARD
    University of Malaya, 2022 (University)
  • Fellow of the Royal Historical Society
    Royal Historical Society, 2021 (International)
  • Fellow of the Royal Historical Society
    Royal Historical Society, 2021 (International)
  • GENERAL ACHIEVEMENTS
    MAPIM-KPT, 2021 (National)
  • Signing MoA/MoU with TECO which support of RM420,000 for Taiwan Studies Programme at FASS,UM (Global Front International for Student Recruitment)
    Taipei Econimic and Cultural Office (TECO), 2020 (International)
  • National Book Award for Best General Book (History of Conflicts and Struggle Category(
    Yayasan Pembangunan Buku Kebangsaan, 2019 (National)
  • Yip (China) Visiiting Fellowship, Magdalene College, Cambridge University
    Magdalene College, Cambridge University, 2017 (International)
  • Panglima Gemilang Darjah Kinabalu (PGDK)
    Kerajaan Negeri Sabah, 2017 (National)
  • CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENT SERVICE
    University of Malaya, 2017 (University)
  • KHIDMAT SETIA 20 AWARD
    , 2015
  • CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENT SERVICE
    University of Malaya, 2009 (University)
  • University of Malaya Excellence Service Certificate
    University of Malaya, 2009 (University)
  • EXCELLENCE SERVICE AWARD
    University of Malaya, 2008 (University)
  • CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENT SERVICE
    University of Malaya, 2006 (University)
  • EXCELLENCE SERVICE AWARD
    University of Malaya, 2005 (University)
  • CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENT SERVICE
    University of Malaya, 2004 (University)
  • CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENT SERVICE
    University of Malaya, 2003 (University)

PUBLICATIONS


Article in Journal
WoS
  1. Ken, D. W. T., Kuek, F., & Wah, F. P. (2021). Han Suyin's Picnic in Malaya: A Story: A Lament on the Unending Misery of Womanhood in the Newly Independent Malaya by a Chinese Doctor. Interdisciplinary Studies of Literature, 5(3), 420-431.
  2. Wang, Z. Y., Ken, D. W. T., & Jehom, W. J. (2020). The alien communal patron deity A comparative study of the Datuk Gong worship among Chinese communities in Malaysia. Indonesia and the Malay World, 48(141), 206-224. doi: 10.1080/13639811.2020.1732094
  3. Ken, Danny Wong Tze (2019). The Chinese factor in the shaping of Nguyen rule in Southern Vietnam during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, CHINA AND SOUTHEAST ASIA: HISTORICAL INTERACTIONS. , 156-173
  4. Ken, D. W. T., Boay, T. A. (2017). Between Malaya and China-Homeland for the Chinese in Malaysia as Seen from Two Lives. Universitas-Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture, 44(5), 5-23.
  5. Lee, K. H., Wong, D. T. K. (2017). Chinese popular music as a musical heritage and cultural marker of the Malaysian Chinese. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 23(10), 989-1001. doi: 10.1080/13527258.2017.1362577
  6. Ken, D. W. T. (2016). Early Chinese Presence in Malaysia as Reflected by three Cemeteries (17th-19th c.). Archipel-Etudes Interdisciplinaires Sur Le Monde Insulindien(92), 9-+.
  7. (2015). The Name of Sabah and the Sustaining of a New Identity in a New Nation, ARCHIPEL-ETUDES INTERDISCIPLINAIRES SUR LE MONDE INSULINDIEN. (89), 161-+
  8. Ken, D. W. T., Wah, F. P., Ling, C. S. (2014). War and Love: Ye Chuanhua (Diep Truyen Hoa) and His War Time Poems, Foreign Literature Studies. 36(6), 151-158
  9. Lee, K. H., Wong, D. T. K., Ho, T. M., Ng, K. H. (2014). Dr Wu Lien-teh: modernising post-1911 Chinas public health service, Singapore Medical Journal. 55(2), 99-102
  10. Ken, Danny Wong Tze (2013). Introduction: Multiculturalism and Malaysia: Ideal and Reality, UNIVERSITAS-MONTHLY REVIEW OF PHILOSOPHY AND CULTURE. 40(2), 1-2
  11. Ken, Danny Wong Tze (2013). The Cham Arrivals in Malaysia: Distant Memories and Rekindled Links, Archipel-Etudes Interdisciplinaires Sur Le Monde Insulindien. 85(151-+), Article. doi:10.3406/arch.2013.4389
  12. Ken, Danny Wong Tze; Hing, Lee Kam (2013). Multi-Culturalism at the Fringe: Christianity and the Indigenous Communities in Malaysia, Universitas-Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture. 40(2), 83-109
  13. Lee, Kam-Hing; Wong, Danny Tze-ken; Ng, Kwan-Hoong (2013). Dr Sun Yat-sen (1866-1925): medical doctor and China's founding president, SINGAPORE MEDICAL JOURNAL. 54(6), 356-358. doi:10.11622/smedj.2013121
  14. Perret, Daniel; Ken, Danny Wong Tze (2013). Maritime Southeast Asia and Indochina: A Panorama of Contacts Across Millennia, Archipel-Etudes Interdisciplinaires Sur Le Monde Insulindien. 85(7-+), Article
  15. Ken, Danny Wong Tze (2012). A Hybrid Community in East Malaysia: The Sino-Kadazans of Sabah and their Search for Identity, ARCHIPEL-ETUDES INTERDISCIPLINAIRES SUR LE MONDE INSULINDIEN. (84), 107-+
  16. Ken, Danny Wong Tze (2012). The Papar Land Protest, 1910-11, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 43(3), 422-440. doi:10.1017/S002246341200032X
  17. Tze-Ken, Danny Wong (2012). The Destruction of the English East India Company Factory on Condore Island, 1702-1705, Modern Asian Studies. 46, 1097-1115. doi:10.1017/S0026749X11000424
  18. Wong Tze-Ken, D (2001). Anti-Japanese activities in North Borneo before World War Two, 1937-1941, JOURNAL OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES. 32(1), 93-105
ESCI
  1. Hong, Shanshan; Hussain, Rosila Bee Mohd; Wong, Danny Tze Ken (2021). Social Work Organizations' Role in the Social Capital Building in China: A Case Study Among Rural Migrant Workers in Xiamen, GLOBAL SOCIAL WELFARE. . doi:10.1007/s40609-021-00207-6
Scopus
  1. Ken D.W.T. (2023). History in the Malaysian Public Sphere, Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. 96(1), 1-19. doi:10.1353/ras.2023.a900782
  2. Hong S., Hussain R.B.M., Wong D.T.K. (2022). Social Work Organizations Role in the Social Capital Building in China: A Case Study Among Rural Migrant Workers in Xiamen, Global Social Welfare. 9(1), 55-66. doi:10.1007/s40609-021-00207-6
  3. Ken D.W.T. (2022). Three Skulls from Sabah in the Pitt Rivers Museum, Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. 95(1), 35-50. doi:10.1353/RAS.2022.0007
  4. Ken D.W.T., Kuek F., Wah F.P. (2021). Han Suyin s Picnic in Malaya: A Story: A Lament on the Unending Misery of Womanhood in the Newly Independent Malaya by a Chinese Doctor, Interdisciplinary Studies of Literature. 5(3), 420-431
  5. Ken, D. W. T. (2015). The name of sabah and the sustaining of a new identity in a New Nation, Archipel. 89, 161-178
  6. Wong Tze Ken, D. (2013). The Cham arrivals in Malaysia: Distant memories and rekindled links, Archipel. 85, 151-165
  7. Ken, D. W. T. (2012). A hybrid community in East Malaysia: The Sino-Kadazans of Sabah and their search for identity, Archipel. 84, 107-12700448613 (ISSN).
  8. Tze-Ken, D. W. (2012). The destruction of the english East India company factory on condore island, 1702-1705, Modern Asian Studies. 46(5), 1097-11150026749X (ISSN).
  9. Wong Tze Ken, D. (2012). The papar land protest, 1910-11, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 43(3), 422-44000224634 (ISSN).
  10. Tze-Ken, D. W. (2001). Anti-Japanese activities in North Borneo before World War Two, 1937-1941, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. 32(1), 93-106
Others
  1. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Florence Kuek, Fan Pik Wah. (2021). Han Suyin s Picnic in Malaya: A Story: A Lament on the Unending Misery of Womanhood in the Newly Independent Malaya by a Chinese Doctor, Interdisciplinary Study of Literature, 5 (3):, 420-431
  2. Hong Shanshan, Rosila Bee Mohd Hussain, Danny Wong Tze Ken, Social Work Organizations Role in the Social Capital Building in China: A Case Study Among Rural Migrant Workers in Xiamen , Global Social Welfare, (doi.org/10.1007/s40609-021-00207-6 )
  3. Rammani Karrupiah & Danny Wong Tze Ken, PERKEMBANGAN HUBUNGAN BILATERAL FILIPINA-MALAYSIA 1957-2010, Sejarah, 28 (1) 2019, 152-174.
  4. Rammani Karuppiah and Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Muslim Moro Conflict in Southern Philippines: Effects n Philippines-Malaysia Bilateral Ties. 1970-2010. JATI:Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 24 (2) December 2019: 109-130.
  5. Wen Wei & Danny Wong Tze Ken, From Dialect to Ethnic Identity:The Chinese in Klang Valley as a Case Study, Sejarah, 28 (2), 2019, 21-42
  6. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Tan Ai Boay. 2017. Between Malaya and China: Homeland for the Chinese in Malaysia as seen from Two Lives. Universitas-Monthly Review of Philosophy and Culture, Vol. 44, No. 5, pp. 5-24.
  7. Danny Wong Tze Ken. 2017. The Name of Sabah and the Sustaining of a New Identity in a New Nation. Sabah Society Journal, Vol. 33, 2017, pp. 57-74.
  8. Introduction to Emerging and continuing trends in Southeast Asian Studies Southeast Asia Regional Exchange Program (SEASREP) Roundtable, Regional Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 2, Issue 2, July 2017
  9. Lee Kam Hing & Danny Wong Tze Ken (2017). Chinese Popular Music as a Musical Heritage and Cultural Marker of the Chinese in Malaysia. International Journal of Heritage Studies. Doi.org/10.1080.13527.258.2017.1362577.
  10. Danny Wong Tze Ken. Early Chinese Presence in Malaysia as Reflected by three Cemeteries (17th-19th c.). Archipel 92, Paris, 2016, p. 9-21.
  11. Norizan Kadir & Danny Wong Tze Ken, Kempen dan propaganda akhbar tempatan Filipina terhadap isu tuntutan ke atas Borneo Utara, 1961-1963, Sejarah, Vol. 25, No. 1, 2016, pp. 81-92.
  12. Kam Hing Lee, Danny Tze-ken Wong, Tak Ming Ho, Kwan Hoong Ng. 2014. Dr Wu Lien-teh: moderning post-1911 China's public health service. Singapore Medical Journal 55(2) : 99-102
  13. Lee, K. H., Wong, D. T. K., Ho, T. M., Ng, K. H. 2014. Dr Wu Lien-teh: modernising post-1911 Chinas public health service. Singapore Medical Journal. (Tier 3, Impact Factor = 0.634)
  14. Daniel Perret & Danny Wong Tze Ken, Monde Insulindien et Peninsule Indochinoise: un panorama de contacts millenaires, Archipel, Vol. 85, 2013, pp. 7-42.
  15. Kam-Hing Lee, Danny Tze-ken Wong, Kwan-Hoong Ng, Dr Sun Yat-sen (1866 C1925): medical doctor and China s founding president, Singapore Medical Journal, 2013, 54(6): 356-358
  16. Danny Wong Tze Ken, A Hybrid Community in East Malaysia: The Sino-Kadazan of Sabah and their Search for an Identity, Archipel, No. 84, 2012, pp. 107-127.
  17. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Destruction of the English Factory on Pulo Condore, 1702-1705, Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 46, No. 5, 2012, pp. 1097-1115, (ISI-cited publication)
  18. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Papar Land Case, 1910-1911, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 43, No. 3, October 2012, pp. 422-440.
  19. Danny Wong Tze Ken. The Destruction of the English East India Company Factory on Condore Island, 1702- 1705, Modern Asian Studies, doi: 10.1017/ S0026749X11000424, Published Online by Cambridge University Press 30 August 2011, pp. 1-19.
  20. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Pony Racing and Community in Sabah, Sabah Society Journal, Vol. 26, 2009, pp. 19-33. [published in 2010]
  21. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Review of Borneo Diaries, 1938-1942, Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Vol. 83, Part 2, pp. 122-124.
  22. Danny Wong Tze Ken, GC Woolley and the Codification of Native Adats in North Borneo , New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 11, No. 1 (June 2009): 88-106.
  23. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Historical Relations between the Chams and the Malays: Sustaining Common Identity, Culture and Ethnicity through Two Millennia of Relations , Southeast Asia: History and Culture, (Journal of the Japan Society for Southeast Asian Studies), No. 37, May 2008, pp. 112-136.
  24. Danny Wong Tze Ken, "Review of Swee Liam, Tears of a Teen-Age Comfort Woman (Singapore: Horizon Books, 2008)", Sarjana, Vol. 24, No.1, June 2009, pp. 133-135.
  25. Danny Wong Tze Ken, In Search of Simon [Sindurang Bulakang]: a Pioneer Defender of Kadazan Rights in Colonial North Borneo , Borneo Research Bulletin, Vol. 39, 2008, pp. 53-70.
  26. Danny, Wang Tze-ken,Research on Cham History in Malaysia,in Asian Research Trends: New Series (The Toyo Bunko, Tokyo), No. 3, 2008, 25-44.
  27. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Kinabalu Guerrillas in Local and National History , Sabah Society Journal, Vol. 23, 2006, pp. 19-30. (Published in 2007)
  28. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Missing Entries of GC Woolley s War Time Diary , Sabah Society Journal, 2005, pp. 49-70.
  29. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Petagas War Memorial and the Creation of a Heroic Past in Sabah, Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Vol. 80, Part 2, No. 293, December 2007, pp. 19-32.
  30. Danny Wong Tze Ken 2006, Review of Vietnam s Development Strategies by Pietro P. Masina , Contemporary Southeast Asia (Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore), Vol. 28, No. 3, pp. 520-524.
  31. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Hakka of Sabah and English Education , Oceanic Culture Journal (Taiwan), No. 1, December 2005, pp. 67-85.[In Chinese]
  32. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Norman Charles Labrie: Fulro. Tinh hinh chinh tri cang thang o Tay Nguyen Viet Nam (A Review of Norman Charles Labrie s FULRO: The History of Political Tension in the South Vietnamese Highlands), CHAMPAKA,(Journal of International Office of Champa, Paris) No. 4, 2004, pp. 193-198.
  33. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Vietnam-Champa Relations and the Malay-Islam Regional Network in the 17th-19th centuries , Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, No. 5, March 2004.
  34. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Kapitan China in the Malaysian State of Sabah , Journal of Malaysian Chinese Studies, (Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies), Vol. 4, 2001, pp. 113-128.(Published in 2003)
  35. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Historical Sources on Sabah: Some Recent Observations , Malaysia in History, (Journal of the Malaysian Historical Society), No. 30, 2002, pp. 105-118.
  36. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Tinh Hinh Nghien Cuu Viet Nam a Malaysia (A Survey of Vietnamese Studies in Malaysia), in Tap Chi Khoa Hoc (Journal of Science, Journal of the National University of Vietnam), Vol. XVIII, No. 2, 2002, pp. 58-63. [In Vietnamese]
  37. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Changing Perception of the Malay World and Indochina as Seen from Vietnamese Sources , SEJARAH, No. 9, 2001, pp. 107-131.
  38. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, Doi Moi di Vietnam (Doi Moi in Vietnam), PEMIKIR, No. 20, April-Jun, 2000, pp. 81-96.
  39. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, The Hakka in Sabah, 1882-1946 , Sabah Society Journal, 2000, pp. 1-36.
  40. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, The British North Borneo Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society and its Museum, 1893-1897 , Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Vol. LXXIII, Part 1, June 2000, pp. 17-28.
  41. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, Vietnam: Politik Penolakan dan Kebangkitan Sejak 1986 (Political Dissention in Vietnam Since 1986), PEMIKIR, No. 21, Julai-September, 2000, pp. 43-62.
  42. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, Chinese Migration to Sabah Before the Second World War , ARCHIPEL, No. 58, Vol. III, 1999, pp. 131-158.
  43. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, Nhung moi quan he qiua Nguyen va vuong quoc Champa: Buoc nghien cuu khoi dau (Relations Between the Nguyen Lords and the Champa Kingdom: a Preliminary Study), CHAMPAKA, (Journal of the International Office of Champa, San Jose, California) No. 1, 1999, pp. 59-75.[In Vietnamese]
  44. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, The Diary Notes of E. P. Gueritz , Sabah Society Journal, Vol. 15, 1998, pp. 1-28.
  45. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, The Other Ho Chi Minh Trail: Maritime Infiltration to the South Vietnam , SEJARAH, (Journal of the History Department, University of Malaya) No. 6, 1998, pp. 133-150
  46. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, Masyarakat Cina di Sabah Sebelum Perang Dunia Kedua: Satu Kajian Aspek Migrasi PURBA (Journal of the Museum Association of Malaysia), No. 16,1997, pp. 45-61.
  47. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, Relations Between the Nguyen Lords of Southern Vietnam and the Champa Kingdom: A Preliminary Study , SEJARAH, No. 5, 1997, pp.169-180.
  48. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, The Contribution of the Vietnamese Chinese to the 1911 Revolution in China , SEJARAH, (Journal of the Department of History, University of Malaya) No. 3, 1994-1995, pp. 129-150.
Books
  1. Halimah Said, Danny Wong Tze Ken, S. Sivachandralingam (eds), Roots Living Heritage, Kuala Lumpur: Universiti Malaya Press, 2022.
  2. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Lee Kam Hing (eds.). 2021. Wang Gungwu and Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Universiti Malaya Press, 2021.
  3. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Stella Moo-Tan (eds.) (2021). The Diary of A.R. Dunlop (1897-1901). Kota Kinabalu: Sabah State Archives.
  4. Danny Wong Tze Ken (2021). One Crowded Moment of Glory: The Kinabalu Guerrillas and the 1943 Jesselton Uprising. Chung Yen Nee (trans.). Hsinchu, Taiwan: National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University Press.
  5. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Tan Miau Ing, Por Heong Hong & Tung Wan Qing (2021). Lead and Grow: 115 Years of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, Kuala Lumpur: Universiti Malaya Press.
  6. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Tan Miau Ing, Por Heong Hong, Tung Wan Qing and Lim Han Cong (2021). Ling Hang yu Chuang Xin. Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press.
  7. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Kinabalu Guerrillas and the Api Uprising 1943, (trans. Agnes Chung), Kota Kinabalu: Opus Publications in Association with University of Malaya Press, 2020.
  8. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Wu Xiaoan (eds.), Chinese Studies in Malaysia and Singapore in a Global Context, Beijing: Scientific Publications Press, 2019.
  9. Danny Wong Tze Ken (2019). One Crowded Moment of Glory: The Kinabalu Guerrillas and the Jesselton Uprising of 1943. Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press.
  10. Danny Wong Tze Ken, (ed.), The Diaries of George C. Woolley, Volume 3: 1913-1919, Kota Kinabalu: Sabah Museum, 2018.
  11. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Cheong Kee-Cheok & Lee Kam Hing (eds.). (2018). The Chinese Overseas in Malaysia om am Era of Change: Remembering Lee Poh Ping. Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press.
  12. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Stella Moo-Tan (eds), The Diaries of George C. Woolley, Volume 2: 1907-1913, Kota Kinabalu: Sabah State Museum, 2016, 480 pp.
  13. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Stella Moo-Tan (eds.) The Diaries of G.C. Woolley, Volume One: 1901-1907, Kota Kinabalu: Sabah State Museum, 2015.
  14. Tina Rimmer, A Life on Two Islands, Frances Kupicha, Beatrice Kupicha & Danny Wong Tze Ken (eds.), Kota Kinabalu: Opus Publications, 2015.
  15. Abdullah Zakaria Bin Ghazali, Ranjit Singh DS, Danny Wong Tze Ken, Ho Hui Ling (2013), Kajian Sejarah Labuah, 1800-1984, Labuan: Perbadanan Labuan.
  16. James Sarda & Danny Wong Tze Ken, Spirit of Borneo: Hollywood's First Glimpse, Kuala Lumpur: Era Publications for the Sabah State Government, 2009.
  17. Danny Wong Tze Ken (ed.)2008, Memory and Knowledge of the Sea in Southeast Asia (Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences Monograph No. 3), Kuala Lumpur: Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences, University of Malaya. [Book-ISBN: 978-983-9576-36-8]
  18. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Nguyen and Champa during 17th and 18th Century: A Study of Nguyen Foreign Relations, Champaka Monograph No. 5, Paris-San Jose: 2007. International Office of Champa, 2007.
  19. Danny Wong Tze Ken (ed.), Sejarah Ringkas Tuan Yang Terutama Yang Di-Pertua Negeri Sabah dan Gabenor Borneo Utara, Kota Kinabalu: Sabah State Library, 2006.
  20. Danny Wong Tze Ken et al. (eds.), Sejarah: Sumber dan Pendekatan, Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press, 2006
  21. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Historical Sabah: The Chinese, Kota Kinabalu: Natural History Publications, 2005.
  22. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Historical Sabah: Society and Community, Kota Kinabalu: Natural History Publications, 2004.
  23. Danny Wong Tze Ken (co-author), Champa Tren Lan Song Bao Chi Quoc Te tu nam 1975 (Champa in International Printed Media Since 1975), San Jose: International Office of Champa, 2002.[In Vietnamese] (with Po Dharma and Abdul Karim)
  24. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, The Transformation of an Immigrant Society: A Study of the Chinese of Sabah, London: ASEAN Academic Press, 1998.
  25. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, Our Anchor Holds: A History of the Boys Brigade in Malaysia 1946-1996, Petaling Jaya: The Boys Brigade in Malaysia, 1996.
  26. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, Vietnam-Malaysia Relations During the Cold War, 1945-1990, Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press, 1995.
Chapter in Books
  1. Danny Wong Tze Ken (2023), Writing the History of the Chinese in Malaysia, in Song Yanpeng (ed.), Research on the Chinese in Malaysia: Historical Theory and Method, Qingdao: China Ocean University, 2023, pp. 3-24.
  2. Danny Wong Tze Ken (2023). Another Type of Hakkas: The Hakka Christians of Malaysia, in Chou Chin-Hong & Chang Han Pi (eds). The Global Hakka Experience, Taipei: Global Hakka Studies Consortium & Jiliu Publisher, pp. 175-190.
  3. Danny Wong Tze Ken (2023). Hakka Dialect Identity and Chinese Identity in Malaysia, in Jayeel Cornelio and Volker Grasbowsky (eds.), Regional Identities in Southeast Asia: Contemporary Challenges, Historical Fractures, Bangkok: Ecole Franciase d’Extreme-Orient & Silkworm Books, pp. 55-74.
  4. Danny Wong Tze Ken (2023). On Being Hakka (Hakka as a Dialect Group) in Malaysia, Chang Wei An & Kawai Hirano (eds.) In Theories of Ethnicity and Hakka Studies, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University Press, pp. 225-252.
  5. Danny Wong Tze Ken, New Transnational Chinese Migrants in an Evolving Malaysia, in Leo Siryadinata & Benjamin Loh (eds.). Rising China and New Chinese Migrants in Southeast Asia, Singapore: ISEAS-Yusoff Ishak Institute, 2022, pp. 162-182.
  6. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Onn Ja afar dan Ho Chi Minh: Satu Perbincangan Kehidupan Perjuangan dalam Buangan, in Zulkanain Abdul Rahman dan Abu Hanafiah (eds.), Budiman: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dato Dr Mohammad Redzuan Othman, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2022, pp. 237-250.
  7. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Selections from Kinabalu Guerrillas and the 1943 Jesselton Uprising, in David Wang Dewei & Ko Hee Qian (eds), Readings from Nanyang: Literature, Sea & Islands, Taipei: Mai Tian Press, pp. 583-589.
  8. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Transnational Chinese in Malaysia, in Yos Santasombat (ed.), Transnational Chinese Diaspora in Southeast Asia: Case Studies from Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore, Singapore: Springer, 2020, pp. 105-124.
  9. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Vivien Wong (2021) Chinese Schools in Malaysia: Between Ethnic Aspirations and the Challenges of Forging A National Education, in Yow Chuen How and Qu Yingji (eds.) The Cultural Legacies of Chinese Schools in Singapore and Malaysia, London: Routledge.
  10. Danny Wong Tze Ken (2021). Hakka Studies in Malaysia: Recent Development. in Chang Wei An & Chien Mei Ling (eds), The Development of Global Hakka Studies, Taipei: National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University Press, 2021, pp. 61-86.
  11. Danny Wong Tze Ken. (2021), Sustaining the Hakka Chinese Identity in Sabah: The Role of the Basel Church, in Rajah Rasiah, Azirah Hashim, Jatswan S. Sidhu (eds.), Contesting Malaysia s Integration into the World Economy, Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 201-217
  12. Chang Wei An, Chang Hanbi, Danny Wong Tze Ken, 2020, Who Needs Liu Shanbang: a Reconstruction of the Bau Chinese Republic in Sarawak, in Chang Hanbi & Yang Hao (eds), An Era of Righteousness and Progress: Professor Michael Hsiao Ching Hwang and Asia s New Taiwan, Taipei: Jiliu Books. pp.249-268. (In Chinese)
  13. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Chinese Factor in the Shaping of Nguyen Rule in Southern Vietnam during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, in Geoff Wade & Chin Jiang (eds.), China and Southeast Asia: Historical Interaction, London: Routledge, 2019, pp. 156-173.
  14. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Zhang Miao (2018). The Rise of China s Economy and its Impact on the Ethnic Chinese Business Community in Malaysia, in Yos Santasombat (ed.) The Sociology of Chinese Capitalism in Southeast Asia: Challenges and Prospects (pp. 149-168). London: Pelgrave Macmillan.
  15. Danny Wong Tze Ken (2018). Sabah: Sustaining a New Identity in a New Nation-State, in Halimah Mohd. Said et al. (eds.), History for Nation Building (pp. 44-53), Kuala Lumpur: PCORE.
  16. Danny Wong Tze Ken and Lee Kam Hing (2018). Shanghai Popular Songs and DAMA Chinese Orchestra: Claiming a Malaysian Chinese Cultural Identity, in Chen Xin & Nicholas Tarling (eds.), Intra-Regional Popular Cultural Flow: Towards an East Asian Identity? New York: Peter Lang, 2018
  17. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Tan Miau Ing, The Development of Chinese Capitalism in Malaysia: The Cases of H.S. Lee and Robert Kuok, in Yos Santasombat (ed.), Chinese Capitalism in Southeast Asia: Cultures and Practices, London: Pelgrave Macmillan, 2017, pp. 85-102.
  18. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Traders Who Crossed the Seas: Hokkien Businessmen in Sabah, in Lim Teong Kiong & Wang Rui Xin (eds.), Pioneering & Dispersing: Hokkiens along the Maritime Silk Road, Kuala Lumpur: Hokkien Association of Kuala Lumpur & Selangor and New Era University College, 2017, pp. 63-74.
  19. Danny Wong Tze Ken, 2016, Hakka Dialect Identity and Chinese Identity in the Face of Government Policy in Malaysia, in Thinking Across Boundaries: Policy Dialogues Between Taiwan and Global Hakka, Thinking Across Boundaries: Policy Dialogues Between Taiwan and Global Hakka (eds.), Hsinchu, Taiwan: National Chiao Tung University Press, pp. 369-404.
  20. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Cham-Viet Relationship in Binh Thuan under Nguyen Rule from the Late Seventeenth Century to Mid-eighteenth Century, in Ooi Ket Gin & Hoang Anh Tuan (eds), Early Modern Southeast Asia, 1350-1800, London: Routledge, 2016, pp. 210-230.
  21. Chang Han Pi, Chang Wei An, Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Basel Mission and the Development of Education Among the Hakka Girls, in Chang Wi An (ed.), Hakka Culture, Identity and Religious Belief in Southeast Asia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, Taipei: National Central University Press & Yuan Liu Press, 2015, pp. 143-160.
  22. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Chang Wei An, Chang Han Pi, The Basel Hakka Christians of Sarawak: a Community that had Disappeared , in Chang Wi An (ed.), Hakka Culture, Identity and Religious Belief in Southeast Asia, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, Taipei: National Central University Press & Yuan Liu Press, 2015, pp. 125-142.
  23. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Positioning the Hakka Christians of Inanam- Menggatal-Telipok Area in the Context of 100 Years of History: Between Commons and Exceptions, in Zhang Delai (ed.), Sabah s Hakka Story, Kota Kinabalu: Sabah Theological Seminary, 2015, pp. 137-162.
  24. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Basel Church and 130 Years of the History of Sabah: A Survey, in Zhang Delai (ed.), Sabah s Hakka Story, Kota Kinabalu: Sabah Theological Seminary, 2015, pp. 77-98.
  25. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Qiaopi from Malaysia as Depository of Social History and Sources of Remittance to China, in Ding Zhilong et al. (eds.) Chinese Qiaopi and Memory of the World, Xiamen: Fujian Province Archives & Lujiang Press, 2014, pp. 508-519.
  26. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Hakka in Sabah before World War Two: Their Adaptation to New Environment, Challenges and the Forging of New Identity, in Chang Wei-an (ed.), The Hakka in Southeast Asia and their Environment, Tao Yuan: National Central University Press and Taipei: Yuan Liu Publisher, 2013, pp. 235-260.
  27. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Towkays and Men of God: Hakka Leadership in North Borneo Before 1963, in Lim Khai- Tiong (ed.), Southeast Asian Hakkas: Community Life and Culture, Miao-li, Taiwan: Hakka Commission Center for Hakka Cultural Development & National Jinan University Center for Southeast Asian Studies, 2013, pp. 64-81.
  28. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Arkib Champa Panduranga dalam Bahasa Sino-Vietnamese, dalam Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, Arba'iyah Mohd Noor, Ahmad Kamal Ariffin Mohd Rus (eds), Dastar Pendeta: Kumpulan Esei Sempena Persaraan Profesor Dr. Abdullah Zakaria Ghazali, Kuala Lumpur: Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya, 2012, pp. 167-174.
  29. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Views from the Other Side: The Early Cold War in Malaysia from the Memoirs and Writings of former MCP Members, in Albert Lau (ed.), Southeast Asia and the Cold War, London: Routledge, 2012, pp. 85-101.
  30. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-12 di Sabah: Beberapa Pemerhatian, in Joseph M. Fernando, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman and Suffian Mansor (eds), Pilihan Raya Umum Malaysia Ke-12: Isu dan Pola Pengundian, Kuala Lumpur: Penerbit Universiti Malaya, 2011, pp. 249-262.
  31. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Vietnamese Chinese and their Contributions to the Chinese Revolution (1900-1911), in Leo Suryadinata (ed.), Sun Yat Sen, Nanyang and the Xinhai Revolution: a Revisit, Singapore: Chinese Heritage Centre, Nanyang Techonological University and Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2011, pp. 33-52.
  32. Danny Wong Tze Ken. Vietnam-Champa Relations during 17th and 18th centuries in Bruce Lockhard and Tran Ky Phuong (eds.), The Cham of Vietnam. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, 2011, pp. 238- 262.
  33. Wong, Danny, Tze-Ken. 2011. The Chinese in Sabah: A Transforming Community. Dlm. Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies. Malaysian Chinese: An Inclusive Society, hlm. 17- 39. Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies.
  34. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Ho Hui Ling, Chinese Politics in Sabah and Sarawak: Ensuring a Role in Government, in Voon Phin Keong (ed.), The Chinese in Malaysia and National Building, Vol. 2, Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Centre for Chinese Studies, 2010, pp. 445-468.(In Chinese)
  35. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Women of Sabah: an Overview, in Neil Khor (ed.), Chinese Women: Their Malaysian Journey, Kuala Lumpur: Ministry of Tourism Malaysia, 2010, pp. 43- 45.
  36. 2.Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Nguyen Lord and the English Factory on Pulo Condore at the Beginning of 18th Century , in Frederic Mantienne and Keith W. Taylor (eds.) Monde Du Vietnam: Hommage to Nguyen The Anh, Paris: Editions Les Indes Savantes, 2008, pp. 371-384.
  37. Danny Wong Tze Ken & Ho Hui Ling, Chinese Politics in Sabah and Sarawak: Ensuring a Role in Government , in Voon Phin Keong (ed.), The Chinese in Malaysia Nation- Building, Volume II, Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Malaysia Chinese Studies, 2008, pp. 525-552.
  38. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Chinese Migration to Sabah before the Second World War , in Geoff Wade (ed.), China and Southeast Asia, Volume 5: The Republican Period and Southeast Asia (1912-49), London: Routledge Library on Southeast Asia, 2008.
  39. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Condore Island in History: Different Images and Roles , in Danny Wong Tze Ken (ed.), Memory and Knowledge of the Sea in Southeast Asia, Kuala Lumpur: Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences,University of Malaya, 2008, pp. 49-58.
  40. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Ly Van Phuc and His Tay Hanh Kien Van Ky Luoc: A Confucianist View of Southeast Asia in Huang Li-Sheng (ed.), East Asian Sea Area and Cultural Interactions: Harbors, Trade, Migration, and Cultural Diffusion, Keelung: Institute of Oceanic Culture of National Taiwan Ocean University Press, Series of Oceanic Cultural Studies, No. 1, 2008, pp. 377-398.
  41. Danny Wong Tze Ken, "New Introduction" in Owen Rutter, British North Borneo, Kota Kinabalu: Opus Publications, 2008, pp. xv-xxi. [Reprinted from London: Constable & Co., 1922]
  42. Danny Wong Tze Ken, A Memorial to Friendship , in A Special Place, Kuala Lumpur: Badan Warisan Malaysia, 2007, p. 24.
  43. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Kinabalu Guerrillas: The Inanam-Menggatal-Telipok Basel Church Connections in Chong Tet Loi (ed.), The Hakka Experiment in Sabah, Kota Kinabalu: Sabah Theological Seminary, 2007, pp. 166-188.
  44. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Introduction in I.H.N. Evans, Religion of the Tempassuk Dusuns, Kota Kinabalu: Opus Publications, 2007, pp. xiii-xxviii.
  45. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Formation of Malaysia: Forging a Nation from the Crucible of Colonialism , in Voon Phin Keong (ed.), Malaysian Chinese and Nation-Building: Before Merdeka and Fifty Years After, Vol. I, Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies, 2007, pp. 155-186.
  46. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Writing History of the Chinese in Malaysia: Bridging Two Language Spheres , in Cheah Boon Kheng (ed.), New Perspectives and Research on Malaysian History, Kuala Lumpur: Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 2007, pp. 247-270.
  47. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Patricia Regis and Stella Moo-Tan, Non-Indigenous Peoples of Sabah , Encyclopaedia of Malaysia: Peoples and Traditions, Kuala Lumpur: Editions Didier Millet, 2006, pp. 132-133.
  48. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Basel Christian Church and the Forging of Hakka Identity in Sabah, in Michael Hsiao and Chiu Chang- Thai (eds.), Hakka Ethnic and Local Society: The Experiences of Taiwan and Global, Taipei: National Central University Hakka College and Best Wise, 2007, pp. 369-384.
  49. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Introduction to Tuaran Adat in G.C. Woolley, Tuaran Adat: Some Customs of the Dusuns of Tuaran West Coast Residency, North Borneo, Kota Kinabalu: Natural History Publications, 2006, pp. 1-15.
  50. Danny Wong Tze Ken, A Fine Balancing Act: Vietnam Negotiating between China and Vietnam , in Ho Khai Leong and Ho Kok Chung (eds.), Ensuring Interests: Dynamics of China-Taiwan Relations and Southeast Asia, Kuala Lumpur: Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya, 2006, pp. 262-275.
  51. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Introduction to Dusun Customs in Putatan District in OKK Pangeran Osman Bin OKK Pangeran Omar, Putatan Customs in Putatan District, Kota Kinabalu: Natural History Publications, 2006, pp. 1-18.
  52. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Sustaining a Historical Position: Political Leadership in Vietnam, Challenges for the Communist Party of Vietnam , in Mohammad Redzuan Othman et al. (eds.), Sejarah dan Pembinaan Bangsa, Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press, 2006, pp. 279-295.
  53. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Vietnamese History in Malaysia: From War Studies to Ethnicity , in Danny Wong Tze Ken et al. (eds.), Sejarah: Sumber dan Pendekatan, Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press, 2006, pp. 245-260.
  54. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, Vietnam Laying the Path for the Tenth National Congress in Daljit Singh and Lorraine C. Salazar (eds.), Southeast Asian Affairs 2006, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2006, pp. 345-365.
  55. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Introduction to Crowned with the Stars in Mike Gibby, Crowned with the Stars: The Life and Times of Don Carlos Cuarteron, First Prefect of Borneo, 1846-1880, Kota Kinabalu: Kota Kinabalu Diocese, 2005, pp. xii-xiv.
  56. Danny Wong Tze Ken, The Chinese Population in Sabah: A Historical Survey , in Voon Phin Keong (ed.), The Chinese Population in Malaysia: Trends and Issues, Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies, 2004, pp. 147-162.
  57. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Weaker Kingmakers? Chinese Politics in Sabah Under Mahathir , in Bridget Welsh (ed.), Reflections, the Mahathir Years, Washington DC: Southeast Asian Studies Program, John Hopkins University, 2004, pp. 199-209.
  58. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Nuoc Do Ba: Malay World from Vietnamese Historical Sources , in Po Dharma and Mak Phoeun (eds.), Peninsule Indochinoise et Monde Malais (Relations historiques et culturelles), Kuala Lumpur: Ecole Francaise d Extreme-Orient and Ministry of Culture, Arts and Tourism Malaysia, 2003, pp. 181-199.
  59. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, The Search for Modernity: The Chinese in Sabah and English Education , Michael Walter Charney, Tong Chee Kiong and Brenda Yeoh (eds.), Chinese Migrants Abroad: Cultural, Educational, and Social Dimensions of the Chinese Diaspora, Singapore: Singapore University Press and World Scientific. 2003, pp. 145-160.
  60. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Vietnam and Insular Southeast Asia, A Limited Relations: Two Views of the Straits Settlements from Tay Hanh Kien Van Ki Luoc and Hai Trinh Chi Luoc in Daniel Perret and Harris Iskander (eds.) 25 Tahun Kerjasama Pusat Penelitian Arkeologi dan Ecole Francaise d Extreme-Orient: Dimensi Budaya dalam Membangun Persatuan Bangsa-bangsa di Asia Tenggara, Jakarta: Pusat Arkeologi Indonesia and cole Fran aise d Extr me-Orient, 2002, pp. 249-271.
  61. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Tan Chee Khoon: Loyal Oppositionist , in Ho Kai Leong (ed.), The Political Elites in Malaysian Chinese History, Taipei: Academia Sinica, 2001, pp. 177-197.
  62. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, An Early Profile of a People: The Hakkas in Sabah, 1881-1946, in Mohd. Redzuan Othman et al. (eds.), Jendela Masa: Esei-esei Semperna Persaraan Prof. Dato Khoo Kay Kim, Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya Press, 2001, pp. 217-244.
  63. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, The Chinese in Kota Kinabalu , in Centennial Register of Kota Kinabalu, Kota Kinabalu: Institute of Development Studies and Kota Kinabalu City Hall, 2001, pp. 81-86.
  64. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, The Chinese in Sabah: An Overview , in Lee Kam Hing and Tan Chee Beng (eds.), The Chinese in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 2000, pp. 381-403.
Article in Proceeding
  1. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Early Hakka Businessmen and Entrepreneurs in Sabah, 1882-1941 , Proceedings of the International Conference on Hakka in Asia Pacific, Hakka Research Institute, Taiwan Central University and Miao Li County Government, 13-14 December 2003.
  2. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, Anti-Japanese Activities in Sabah Before World War Two, 1931-1941 , in Michael Leigh (ed.) Borneo 2000: Politics, History and Development, Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial Borneo Research Conference, Kuching: Universiti Malaysia Sarawak and Sarawak Development Institute, 10-14 July 2000, pp. 211-248.
  3. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, Masyarakat Orang Cina di Sabah Sebelum Perang Dunia Kedua: Satu Kajian Awal Aspek Migrasi , Nik Hassan Suhaimi Nik Abd. Rahman et al., (eds.), Sejarah dan Proses Pemantapan Negara-Bangsa: Prosiding Kongres Sejarah Malaysia Kedua, Jilid I, Kuala Lumpur: Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia, 1998, pp. 281-306.
Other Publications
  1. Danny Wong Tze Ken, THE RISE OF CHINA AND ITS IMPACT ON ETHNIC CHINESE COMMUNITIES IN ASEAN, European Policy Brief, under Competing Integrations in Southeast Asia (CRISEA) Project - Policy Paper
  2. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Memorial for Manliest of Them All, New Straits Times, 3 September 2012. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  3. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Sabah Menhirs Disappearing, New Straits Times, 24 October 2012. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  4. Danny Wong Tze Ken, "Historical Sabah - Swee Lian and Her Tragic Teens", Daily Express, 5 January 2009. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  5. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Early Hakka Businessmen and Entrepreneurs in Sabah, 1882-1941 , Malaysia in History.(Forthcoming) - Unpublished Writting Works
  6. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Vietnam-Champa Relations during the 17th and 18th Centuries , in Bruce Lockhart and Tran Ly Phuong (eds), New Scholarship on Champa, Singapore: Singapore University Press (Forthcoming) - Unpublished Writting Works
  7. Danny Wong Tze Ken, "Historical Sabah - Batu Sapi - Natural Icon of Sandakan", Daily Express, 24 November 2008. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  8. Danny Wong Tze Ken, "Historical Sabah - How Hone Cup Came About", Daily Express, 15 December 2008. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  9. Danny Wong Tze Ken, "Historical Sabah - Preserving Sabah's Stone Icons", Daily Express, 10 November 2008. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  10. Danny Wong Tze-Ken, The Chinese Factor in the Shaping of the Nguyen Rule over Southern Vietnam during the 17th & 18th Centuries , in Geoff Wade (ed.), China and Southeast Asia: Historical Interaction, Singapore: Singapore University Press. - Unpublished Writting Works
  11. Danny Wong Tze Ken, A Brief Uprising and a Long Remembrance, Sunday Star, 31 July 2005. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  12. Danny Wong Tze Ken, San Sheng Kung: Sandakan s Historical Depository , in Discovery Sabah, Vol. 3, Issue 6, December 2003-January 2004. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  13. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Vietnam s Long War of Independence, in Window to the Past, The Star, 14 October 2002. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  14. Po Dharam, Danny Wong Tze Ken, Mohd Zain Musa (trans.), Empat Leksikon Bahasa Melayu-Bahasa Cam yang disusun di Campa pada Abad ke-17, Kuala Lumpur: Kementerian Kebudayaan, Kesenian dan Pelancongan Malaysia & Ecole Francaise D reme-Orient, 2000, 403 pp.(Translated from Quatre Lexiques Malais Cam Anciens Re-diges au Campa, Paris: Ecole Francaise d Extreme-Orient, 1999) - Translations
  15. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Vietnam Pushing Reform from Above , The Star, 28 November 1998. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  16. Danny Wong Tze Ken, Pencetakan dan Penerbitan Cina di Nusantara (Dari Akhir Abad ke-19 hingga Awal Abad ke-20) in Daniel Perret and Puteri Rashidah Megat Ramli (eds.), Hubungan Budaya Dalam Sejarah Dunia Melayu-Artikel dalam Archipel, Kuala Lumpur: Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, 1998. - Translations

RESEARCH PROJECT


National
  1. 2016 - 2018, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG)
    Monuments And Memorials To The Deaths In Malaysia: A Study Of Their Distributions And Significance ( Consultant)
  2. 2014 - 2017, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG)
    Biographical Dictionary Of The Chinese In Malaysia ( Principal Investigator(PI))
  3. 2013 - 2015, High Impact Research (HIR)
    The Chinese in Malaysia: Evolving Identity in a Globalizing Environment and in Nation Building ( Principal Investigator(PI))
  4. 2012 - 2013, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG)
    Sustaining oF Hakka Identity in,MaIaysia:Case Study of Four Hakka settlements ( Principal Investigator(PI))
  5. 2007 - 2010, Fundamental Research Grant Scheme (FRGS)
    Hybrid Communities in Malaysia: Their Origins and their Contributions Towards the Forging of Malaysian Identity ( Principal Investigator(PI))
  6. 2009 - 2010, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG)
    Judicial Problems in South China Sea: a study of Overlapping Claims and Malaysia's Position ( Principal Investigator(PI))
  7. 2008 - 2010, Short Term Research Fund (Vote F)(PJP)
    Donald Stephens: the Proponent of Kadazan Nationalism ( Principal Investigator(PI))
  8. 2008 - 2009, ScienceFund
    Narrating Historical Change in Malaysia Through Maps: Different Perceptions ( Project Leader)
  9. 2003 - 2006, MOSTI
    Historical Precedents of Malaysia s External Linkages ( Consultant)
International
  1. 2012 - 2014, Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation, Taiwan
    From Global Foreign Missionary Society to Localized Hakka Christian Churches, Communities and Cultures: A Comparative Studies of the Historical Development of the Basel Missionary Society-origin Hakka Churches and the Hakka Communities in China, Taiwan and Sabah, 1847 - 2001 ( Principal Investigator(PI))
  2. 2008 - 2010, EFEO (Ecole Francaise dExtreme Orient)
    Adapting in Malaysian Language the Books Translated in Indonesian. ( translater)
  3. 2008 - 2009, Center for Asia-Pacific Research, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
    Hakka in Sabah: The Role of Basel Church in the Fostering of Hakka Identity ( Principal Investigator(PI))
  4. 2002 - 2004, EFEO (Ecole Francaise dExtreme Orient)
    Historical and Cultural Relations Between the Malay World and Indochina World ( researcher)
  5. 2001, Ecole Francaise dExtreme-Orient, Paris
    Royal Archives of Champa; Fond Sino-Vietnamese With cole Franaise Extrme-Orient, Paris ( Principal Investigator(PI))
University
  1. 2007 - 2008, Short Term Research Fund (Vote F)(PJP)
    Sino-Native Communities in Sabah ( Principal Investigator(PI))
  2. 2007 - 2008, UM (RU)
    The Dynamics of Historical Precedents of Vietnam- Malaysia Relations: Drawing Inferences from the Past. ( Principal Investigator(PI))

CONSULTANCY PROJECT


  • Malaysia as Middle Power, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    01 Dec 2016 - 01 Dec 2017 (National)
  • Gc Woolley Collections Publication Project, Sabah State Museum
    01 Jan 2014 - 01 Jan 2016 (National)
  • Dokudrama Merdeka! Merdeka! Merdeka!, Ministry of Information
    01 Nov 2005 - 01 Nov 2007 (National)
  • History of Labuan, 1800-1984, Labuan Authoprity (Perbadanan Labuan)
    01 Nov 2004 - 01 Nov 2006 (National)

PAPER PRESENTED


CONFERENCE
  1. Hakka Chritians Confronting the Empire: the Hakka Christians of Jesselton-Menggatal and the 1943 Jesselton Uprising, Japanese Empire and Cology: The Flow of People and Cross-border (IV) Academic Conference, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan (International) (22 Oct 2020 - 23 Oct 2020)
PLENARY SPEAKER
  1. Another Type of Hakka: The Hakka Christians of Malaysia, World Hakka Federation Academic Conference, Organised by the Hakka World Federation, Kuala Lumpur, 20 July 2019. (Keynote Speaker), Hakka World Federation and Malaysian Hakka Federation (International) (20 Jul 2019 - 20 Jul 2019)
  2. The Hakka Museum of Indoensia: More than a Museum, 4th INternational Conference on Chinese Studies, Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya  (International) (22 Aug 2017 - 24 Aug 2017)
  3. Discourse on History in Malaysian Public Spheres, Inaugural Lecture, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya (University) (24 Aug 2016 - 24 Aug 2016)
  4. Chinese Dialect and the Study of the Chinese in Malaysia, THIRD INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL CONFERENCE ON MALAYSIAN CHINESE STUDIES, Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies, Malaysia (International) (28 May 2016 - 29 May 2016)
  5. CHINA-ASEAN COMMUNITY OF COMMON DESTINY: BUILDING MUTUAL TRUST AND PROMOTING POLITICAL AND SECURITY STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP, A MALAYSIAN PERSPECTIVE, CHINA-ASEAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FORUM 2015 SYMPOSIUM ON ONE BELT ONE ROAD AND "CHINA-ASEAN COMMUNITY OF COMMON DESTINY", ORGANIZED BY THE CHINA-ASEAN RESEARCH CHINA-ASEAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE, GUANGXI UNIVERSITY, NANNING, GUANGXI, CHINA, 16-17 JUNE 2015, China-ASEAN Research Institute, Guangxi University (International) (16 Jun 2015 - 17 Jun 2015)
  6. Malaysia and China during the Cold War: Challenges of Archives and Documentation, International Conference on Relations between China and Its Neighboring Countries during the Cold War: Archives and Documentation , Cold War and International History Center, East China Normal University & Woodrow Wilson Cold War Cebter (International) (21 Dec 2014 - 22 Dec 2014)
INVITED SEMINAR
  1. The Xinyimin Presence in Malaysia: A New Transnational Experience, REGIONAL SOCIAL AND CULTURAL STUDIES PROGRAMME WEBINAR Rising China and New Chinese Migrants in Southeast Asia Nationalism, National Sovereignaty, and the Presence of Xinyimin in Southeast Asia, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, Singapore (International) (08 Dec 2020 - 08 Dec 2020)
  2. Historical Relations Between the Malays and the Chams, South East Asia Seminar, St Anthony College, Oxford University, South East Asia Seminar Group, Oxford University (International) (14 Jun 2006 - 14 Jun 2006)
  3. Nuoc Cha Va: Dunia Melayu dalam Sumber Sejarah Vietnam , (Nuoc Cha Va: The Malay World in Vietnamese Sources), International Seminar on Relations Between Indochina and the Malay World, Organised by Ecole Francaise d Extreme-Orient and the Ministry of cultural and Tourism Malaysia, Ecole Francaise d Extreme-Orient and the Ministry of cultural and Tourism Malaysia (International) (21 Nov 2000 - 23 Nov 2000)
INVITED SPEAKER
  1. Chinese Studies in a Multicultural Malaysia:, International Conference on Developing Chinese Studies from Southeast AsiaL: Present and Future, Department of Chinese Studies, National University of Singapore (International) (01 Dec 2023 - 02 Dec 2023)
  2. The Sulu Case: Some Historical Antecedents, Kolokium Timbang Tara Antarabangsa 2023: Kedaulatan dan Kekebalan Negara dalam Timbang Tara Komersial , Bahagian Hal Ehwal Undang-Undang, Japabatan Perdana Menteri (National) (04 Jul 2023 - 04 Jul 2023)
  3. Urus Tadbir Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, Sesi Perkongsian Urustadbir Fak lte Sastera dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, Fakulti Kemanusiaan dan Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaysia Sabah (National) (19 Sep 2022 - 19 Sep 2022)
  4. History of the Kinabalu Guerrillas and the 1943 Jesselton Uprising, Forum on Southeast Asian Historical and Literature on , National Taiwan University Humanities Corridors, Ministry of Education Taiwan. (International) (21 Apr 2022 - 21 Apr 2022)
  5. Another Type of Hakka: the Hakka Christians of Malaysia, Biennial Conference of the Global Hakka Studies Consortium, Global Hakka Studies Consortium & National Central University (International) (06 Nov 2021 - 07 Nov 2021)
  6. Chinese Leadership in Pre-1963 Sabah, Land Below the Wind Talk 13- 2021, Confucius Institute, Universiti Malaysia Sabah (National) (26 Sep 2021 - 26 Sep 2021)
  7. Defining Moments in Sabah History and the National Narrative, Prime Minister s Department Sabah & Sarawak Affairs Office Public Lecture (Webinar) on Defining Moments in Sabah s History and the National Narrative ., Prime Minister s Department Sabah & Sarawak Affairs Office (National) (14 Sep 2021 - 14 Sep 2021)
  8. 64th Year of Merdeka, JelajahWarisan 64 Tahun Kemerdekaan _Webinar Siri 2 : Nostalgia 64 Tahun Kemerdekaan, Jabatan Warisan Negara, Malaysia (National) (31 Aug 2021 - 31 Aug 2021)
  9. Fighting the Covid-19 Pandemic: drawing historical precedence from the work of Dr Wu Lien-Tieh, a pioneering ethnic Chinese of Malaysia in Early 20th Century China (Keynote Speech), The Workshop on Ethnic Chinese in Southeast Asian Covid-19 Fight, Center for China and Globalizing Asia Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Mahidol University, Tailand (International) (11 Jul 2020 - 12 Jul 2020)
  10. Doing Chinese Studies in Malaysia, Doing Chinese Studies in Malaysia, Xiamen University Malaysia (National) (06 Jul 2020 - 06 Jul 2020)
  11. International Academic Cooperation Workshop on Regionalization and Internationalization Tutoring and Development Strategies of Taiwan Hakka Studies (Shackleton Hakka), International Academic Cooperation Workshop on Regionalization and Internationalization Tutoring and Development Strategies of Taiwan Hakka Studies (Shackleton Hakka), College of Hakka Studies, National Central University, Taiwan (International) (10 Jan 2020 - 10 Jan 2020)
  12. TRANSNATIONAL CHINESE DIASPORA IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION: COPING WITH CHANGES IN MALAYSIA, INTERNATIONAL Workshop ON "NEW TRANSNATIONAL CHINESE MIGRANTS IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION', Chiang Mai University (International) (22 Nov 2019 - 23 Nov 2019)
  13. THE MARITIME SILK ROAD IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: VIEWS FROM SOUTHEAST ASIA PERSPECTIVES AND COMMEMORATION, Beijing Forum 2019, organised by Peking University, 1-4 November 2019., Peking University (International) (01 Nov 2019 - 04 Nov 2019)
  14. Singapore s Ties with North Borneo and Sabah: Donald Stephens and Lee Kuan Yew, Bicentennial in NTU Conference SG200: Heritage, Identity, Progress , organised by Nanyang Technological University, 18-19 October 2019 , Nanyang Technological University (International) (18 Oct 2019 - 19 Oct 2019)
  15. MEMORY AND REMEMBRANCE OF THE KINABALU GUERRILLAS AND THE JESSELTON UPRISING OF 1943 IN SABAH, MALAYSIA, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HISTORICAL MEMORY AND DISSEMINATION OF ITS CONCEPT ORGANISED BY RESEARCH CENTER FOR CHINESE CULTURAL SUBJECTIVITY, NATIONAL CHENG CHI UNIVERSITY, TAIPEI, TAIWAN, 4-5 OCTOBER 2019, Research Center for Chinese Cultural Subjectivity, National Cheng Chi University (International) (04 Oct 2019 - 06 Oct 2019)
  16. WHEN TAIWAN WAS CHINA: MALAYSIA S CHINA DURING THE COLD WAR, SYMPOSIUM ON "MALAYSIA AND THE COLD WAR", ORGANISED BY THE HISTORY DEPARTMENT, EAST CHINA NORMAL UNIVERSITY AND INSTITUTE OF CHINA STUDIES, UNIVERSITI MALAYA., History Department, East China Normal University and Institute of China Studies, Universiti Malaya (International) (27 Jul 2019 - 28 Jul 2019)
  17. CHINA, THE CHINESE, AND CHANGING GEOPOLITICS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, COMPETING REGIONAL INTEGRATIONS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, CRISEA & Ateneo de Manila University (International) (13 Feb 2019 - 14 Feb 2019)
  18. Business as Usual? Coping with Budget Cuts for Malaysian Universities in a Competitive Higher Education Environment, Higher Education Planning in Asia (HEPA), HEPA, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Tokyo Institute of Technology (International) (21 Mar 2017 - 22 Mar 2017)
  19. CURIOS AND NOVELTIES: LUXURY GOODS IN NGUYEN SOUTHERN VIETNAM DURING THE 17TH AND 18TH CENTURY, THE TWELFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE HISTORY OF CULTURAL EXCHANGE: MATERIAL CIVILIZATION AND THE LIFE OF COMMON PEOPLE, ORGANISED BY HISTORY DEPARTMENT, FU JEN UNIVERSITY, TAIPEI, 11-12 NOVEMBER 2016, History Department, Fu Jen University (International) (11 Nov 2016 - 12 Nov 2016)
  20. THE RISE OF CHINA S ECONOMY AND ITS IMPACT ON ETHNIC CHINESE BUSINESS COMMUNITY IN MALAYSIA: THE CASE OF CHERY AUTOMOBILE IN MALAYSIA, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON "CHINESE CAPITALISM. ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY AND OVERSEAS CHINESE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA" ORGANISED BY THE BIODIVERSITY AND INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE STUDY CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (BIRD), FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY, CHIANG MAI OF THAILAND IN COLLABORATION WITH THAILAND RESEARCH FUND (TRF), THE BIODIVERSITY AND INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE STUDY CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (BIRD), FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY, CHIANG MAI OF THAILAND IN COLLABORATION WITH THAILAND RESEARCH FUND (TRF) (International) (10 Sep 2016 - 11 Sep 2016)
  21. THE CHINESE COMMUNITY AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF PORT CITY OF LABUAN, 1846-2000, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF COPING WITH TRANSNATIONAL CRISIS: CHINESE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL LIVES IN EAST ASIAN PORTS-CITIES, 1850-1950 , History Department, Chinese University of Hong Kong (International) (09 Jun 2016 - 11 Jun 2016)
  22. DEEPEN ECONOMIC COOPERATION BETWEEN CHINA AND ASEAN: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR MALAYSIA, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE TO CELEBRATE THE 25 YEARS OF CHINA AND ASEAN DIALOGUE RELATIONS, CO-HOSTED BY: CHINA INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (CIIS), ASEAN-CHINA CENTRE (ACC), China Institute of International Studies and ASEAN-China Centre (International) (11 Apr 2016 - 12 Apr 2016)
  23. THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHINESE CAPITALISM IN MALAYSIA: FROM LOCAL STOREKEEPERS TO TRANSNATIONAL CORPORATIONS THE CASE OF H.S. LEE AND ROBERT KUOK, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CHINESE CAPITALISM, ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY AND OVERSEAS CHINESE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA 3 , ORGANIZED BY THE BIODIVERSITY AND INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE STUDY CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, CHIANGMAI UNIVERSITY AND ACADEMIA SINICA, 21-22 FEBRUARY 2015, TAIPEI, BIODIVERSITY AND INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE STUDY CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES, CHIANGMAI UNIVERSITY AND INSTITUTE OF ETHNOGRAPHY, ACADEMIA SINICA (International) (21 Feb 2016 - 22 Feb 2016)
  24. DISCOURSE ON MALAYSIAN HISTORY IN PUBLIC SPHERES: THE RISE OF NETIZENS HISTORIANS, 4TH NICHOLAS TARLING CONFERENCE ON SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES, MANILA, 2016, HISTORICAL COMMISSION PHILIPPINES (International) (01 Feb 2016 - 02 Feb 2016)
  25. The Chinese Diaspora in Malaysia: Ethnicity, Politics and Beyond, International Workshop on Chinese Diaspora Studies in the Age of Global Modernity, organized by Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, 19-20 November 2015, Asia Research INstitute, National University of Singapore (International) (19 Nov 2015 - 20 Nov 2015)
  26. The Hakka in Vietnam: a Minority and the Dialect Identity , Chinese in Vietnam Workshop Trends and Developments, organized by Institute of Southeast Asian Studies-Yusof Ishak Institute, Singapore, 6 October 2015, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies-Yusof Ishak Institute (International) (06 Oct 2015 - 06 Oct 2015)
  27. THREE MOMENTS IN VIETNAM S FOREIGN RELATIONS, THE 7TH ENGAGING WITH VIETNAM - AN INTERDISCIPLINARY DIALOGUE CONFERENCE, ORGANISED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII, HANOI, 7-8 JULY 2015, University of Hawaii (International) (07 Jul 2015 - 08 Jul 2015)
  28. HAKKA DIALECT IDENTITY AND CHINESE IDENTITY IN THE FACE OF GOVERNMENT POLICY IN MALAYSIA, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HAKKA POLICY, ORGANISED BY THE HAKKA COLLEGE, NATIONAL CHIAO TUNG UNIVERSITY, TAIWAN, 13-14 JUNE 2015, Hakka College, National Chiao Tung University (International) (13 Jun 2015 - 14 Jun 2015)
  29. On Southeast Asian History, Promoting intercultural dialogue and a culture of peace in Southeast Asia through shared histories Second Expert Meeting, UNESCO, Bangkok (International) (16 Sep 2014 - 17 Sep 2014)
  30. Shifting Emphasis and Orientation in Chinese Culture and Chinese Education in Malaysia , International Workshop on China s Soft Footprint in Southeast Asia Final , Manila, 4-5 August 2014, Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Programme Foundatoin (International) (04 Aug 2014 - 05 Aug 2014)
  31. Chinese Capitalism in Malaysia: From Colonial Towkays to International Conglomerates , International Conference on Chinese Capitalism, ASEAN Economic Community and Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia, Organized by the Biodiversity and Indigenous Knowledge Study Center for Sustainable Development Faculty of Social Sciences, Chiangmai University (International) (26 Jul 2014 - 27 Jul 2014)
  32. Malaysia and the Cold War: Arduous Steps towards a Comprehensive View, International Conference on 'The Cold War in Southeast Asia: Local Sources and Perspectives", Nanyang Technological University School of Humanities and Social Sciences; Center for Cold War and International History Studies, East China Normal University; Woodrow Wilson Center for Cold War. (International) (07 Apr 2014 - 08 Apr 2014)
  33. Chinese Migration Abroad to Southeast Asia during the 19th & 20th Centuries: the Role of the Christian Missions , International Conference on Modern Asian Migrants and Maritime Society, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Sun Yat Sen University, China (International) (19 Dec 2013 - 22 Dec 2013)
  34. The Archives of the Basel Missionary Society and the Study of the Hakka, INternational Hakka Studies Workshop, Hakka College, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan (International) (09 Nov 2013 - 10 Nov 2013)
  35. Shifting emphasis and Orientation in Chinese Culture and Chinese Education in Malaysia , International Workshop on China's Soft footprints in Southeast Asia, SEASREP Foundation, INstitute of Sociology, Academia Sinica and Institute of International Relations, National Cheng-Chi University (International) (14 Jun 2013 - 15 Jun 2013)
  36. Qiao Pi from Malaysia as Depository of Social History and Sources of Remittance to China, International Conference on China QiaoPi and the Memory of the World Project, National Archives of China (International) (19 Apr 2013 - 20 Apr 2013)
  37. Towkays and Men of God: Hakka Leadership in Pre-1963 North Borneo , International Conference on Southeast Asian Hakka Studies, 2012, organized by National Chi Nan University, Taiwan, 6-9 July 2012., National Chi Nan University, Taiwan (International) (06 Jul 2012 - 09 Jul 2012)
  38. Chee Swee Cheng, a Straits Hokkien in North Borneo , International Conference for the International Association of Historians of Asia, Solo, 2-5, July 2012. , International Association of Historians of Asia (International) (02 Jul 2012 - 05 Jul 2012)
  39. Cham-Viet Relations in Binh Thuan Under Nguyen Rule from the late 17th century to mid-18th century, Second Nicholas Tarling Conference on Southeast Asia, University of Humanities and Social Sciences, Vietnam National University  (International) (03 Nov 2011 - 04 Nov 2011)
  40. Early Hakka Entrepreneurs in Sabah, Seminar at Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan (International) (06 Jul 2011 - 06 Jul 2011)
  41. DAMA Chinese Orchestra: Claiming a Malaysian Chinese cultural identity, Conference on Intra-Regional Popular Cultural Flow: Towards an East Asian Identity , New Zealand Asia Institute and Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University (International) (17 Apr 2011 - 19 Apr 2011)
  42. The Basel Church and Hakka Identity in Sabah, Seminar presentation at Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan (International) (10 Dec 2010 - 10 Dec 2010)
  43. The Basel Church and the Hakkas in Sabah, International Conference on Changing Faces of Hakka in Southeast Asia, Research Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies & Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan (International) (02 Aug 2010 - 03 Aug 2010)
  44. Hybrid Communities in Malaysia, seminar presentation at Kitasyushu University, Japan, Kitasyushu University, Japan (International) (14 May 2010 - 14 May 2010)
  45. Malaysia and Vietnam's Claims on the Spratlys, Seminar on Research on Maritime Culture and Geopolitics, Maritime Culture and Geopolitics Unit, Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences, University of Malaya (International) (10 Dec 2009 - 10 Dec 2009)
  46. The Sino-Natives of Sabah, Third Asia Forum for Ethnic, Historical and Cultural Studies - Ethnic Relations and Regional Comparison of Southeast Asian Chinese Communities, Chinese Studies Department, National University of Singapore (International) (13 Nov 2009 - 15 Nov 2009)
  47. The War in Indochina and its impact on Malaya, 1946-1963, Inaugural Nicholas Tarling Conference on Southeast Asian Studies, History Department, National University of Singapore (International) (09 Nov 2009 - 10 Nov 2009)
  48. The Cham Arrivals in Malaysia, International Seminar on Historical Relations between Indochina and the Malay World, Jabatan Sejarah, University of Malaya and Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient (International) (20 Oct 2009 - 21 Oct 2009)
  49. Donald Stephens and Sabah's Response towards Singapore Separation, Seminar Kebangsaan Sejarah Malaysia "Di Mana Kebenarannya", Bahagian Sejarah, Universiti Sains Malaysia (National) (08 Oct 2009 - 08 Oct 2009)
  50. Oral History as an Alternate Source for Historical Research in Malaysia, History Department, University of Malaya, Postgraduate Workshop , Department of History, University of Malaya (University) (25 Jul 2009 - 25 Jul 2009)
  51. Pulo Condore in History: Different Images and Roles, International Seminar on Maritime Culture and Geopolitics , Maritime Culture and Geopolitics Research Unit, Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences, University of Malaya (International) (23 Oct 2008 - 24 Oct 2008)
  52. Ly Van Phuc and His Tay Hanh Kien Van Ky Luoc: a Vietnamese Confucianist Scholar's Views of Insular Southeast Asia, International Conference on Confucianism and Oceanic Culture, Center of Oceanic Culture Studies, National Taiwan Ocean University (International) (01 Nov 2007 - 02 Nov 2007)
  53. Sabah Selepas 1963: Masalah Pensejarahan, Seminar on Sabah Selepas 50 Tahun Kemerdekaan Malaysia, Universiti Teknologi Mara (National) (04 Sep 2007 - 05 Sep 2007)
  54. From Gaya to Jesselton: The Establishment of the Jesselton Township, 5th International Convention for Asian Scholars, International Institute of Asian Studies and Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (International) (02 Aug 2007 - 05 Aug 2007)
  55. The Twenty Points and Sabahans, History Department Postgraduate Workshop, Department of History, Universiti Malaya (University) (25 Jul 2007 - 25 Jul 2007)
  56. Historical Relations Between the Chams and the Malays: Four Phases of Linkages, 40th Anniversary International Symposium of the Japan Society of Southeast Asian Studies, Japan Society of Southeast Asian Studies (International) (09 Dec 2006 - 09 Dec 2006)
  57. The Basel Church and the Sustaining of Hakka Identity in Sabah, First Taiwan International Conference on Hakka Studies,, National Central University of Taiwan and the Hakka Commission of the Parliament (International) (31 Oct 2006 - 01 Nov 2006)
  58. G.C. Woolley and the Codification of Native Customs in Sabah, International Conference in Honour of the 75th Birthday of Professor Nicholas Tarling, Southeast Asia: Past, Present and Future, Asia Institute, Auckland University, New Zealand (International) (01 Feb 2006 - 03 Feb 2006)
  59. Vietnam in 2004-2005: Laying the Path for the Tenth National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Regional Political and Strategic Forum, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore (International) (23 Aug 2005 - 23 Aug 2005)
  60. Masyarakat Awal di Sandakan: Maklumat dari Sumber Epigrafik dari San Sheng Kung, Seminar Sejarah Sosial Malaysia dan Serantau, Jabatan Sejarah, Universiti Malaya (National) (22 Jul 2005 - 23 Jul 2005)
  61. Arkib Champa Panduranga dalam Bahasa Sino-Vietnamese, International Seminar on Cham-Malay Manuscripts, Ministry of Arts, Culture and Heritage, Malaysia, Department of Museum and Antiquity Malaysia and Ecole Francaise d Extreme-Orient (International) (06 Dec 2004 - 07 Dec 2004)
  62. Malaysia-Vietnam Relations: The Case of the Malay-Champa Alliance, International Conference on Malaysian History, Department of History, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya (International) (23 Aug 2004 - 25 Aug 2004)
  63. Vietnam-Champa Relations during the 17th-18th centuries, International Symposium on New Scholarship on Champa , Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore  (International) (05 Aug 2004 - 06 Aug 2004)
  64. The Hakkas of Sabah and English Education, International Conference on Confucianism and Education of Hakkas in East Asia , Organised by Center for the Study of East Asian Civilizations, National Taiwan University, Center for the Study of East Asian Civilizations, National Taiwan University (International) (24 May 2004 - 25 May 2004)
  65. Vietnam-Champa Relations and the Malay-Islam Regional Network in the 17th-19th Centuries, Workshop on Borders and Borderland, organised by SEASREP and Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (LIPI), SEASREP and Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (LIPI) (International) (25 Mar 2004 - 26 Mar 2004)
  66. The Cham-Malay Dimension in Vietnam-Malay World Relations, Postgraduate Workshop, Jabatan Sejarah, Fakulti Sastera & Sains Sosial, Universiti Malaya, Jabatan Sejarah, Fakulti Sastera & Sains Sosial, Universiti Mal (University) (19 Dec 2003 - 20 Mar 2008)
  67. Early Hakka Businessmen and Entrepreneurs of Sabah, 1882-1941, International Conference on Hakka in Asia Pacific, Hakka Research Institute, Taiwan Central University and Miao Li County Government (International) (13 Dec 2003 - 14 Dec 2003)
  68. Political Leadership in Vietnam: Challenges for the Communist Party of Vietnam, Discourse on ASEAN Leadership Seminar, Johore Institute for Leadership (IKLAS) (National) (12 Oct 2003 - 12 Oct 2003)
  69. The Chinese Population in Sabah: A Historical Survey, Seminar on Chinese Population in Malaysia: Trends and Issues, Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies (National) (03 Aug 2003 - 13 Aug 2003)
  70. The Evolution of Vietnamese Views of the Malay World: Trade and Perception during the late 18th and early 19th century, Annual Asia-Europe Workshop Series 2003 on Transnational Exchanges: Business Networks and Identity Formation in 19th and 20th century Asia and Europe, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and University of Malaya (International) (06 May 2003 - 08 May 2003)
  71. The Kinabalu Guerrillas: The Inanam-Menggatal-Telipok Basel Church Connections, 90th Anniversary of the Hakka Community in Inanam-Menggatal-Telipok Areas, Pioneer Memorial Lectures Conference, Basel Church, Kota Kinabalu (Others) (14 Mar 2003 - 14 Mar 2003)
  72. Genealogi Masyarakat Cina di Malaysia: Satu Pengenalan, National Seminar on Genealogy, Penjawin and the Malay Studies Academy, University of Malaya (National) (31 Jan 2003 - 31 Jan 2003)
  73. Filling in the Void: The Chinese Dimension, Sandakan Historical Tourism Workshop, Sandakan Municipal Council (Others) (14 Jan 2003 - 14 Jan 2003)
  74. The 1910 Papar Land Protest, 7th Biannual Borneo Research Council International Conference, Borneo Research Council and the School of Social Sciences, Universiti Malaysia Sabah (International) (15 Jul 2002 - 18 Jul 2002)
  75. Changing Perception of the Malay World and Indochina as Seen from Vietnamese Sources, 3rd Malaysia Studies Conference, Social Sciences Association of Malaysia and IKMAS, University Kebangsaan Malaysia (International) (03 Aug 2001 - 05 Aug 2001)
  76. The Chinese Factor in the Shaping of the Nguyen Rule over Southern Vietnam during the 17th & 18th Centuries, International Symposium on China and Southeast Asia: Historical Interaction, Centre of Asian Studies, The University of Hong Kong (International) (19 Jul 2001 - 20 Jul 2001)
  77. Vietnam dan Kepulauan Asia Tenggara, Satu Hubungan Terhad: Dua Pandangan Negeri-negeri Selat dari Tay Hanh Kien Van Ki Luoc dan Hai Trinh Chi Luoc [Vietnam and Insular Southeast Asia, A Limited Relations: Two Views on the Straits Settlements from Tay Hanh Kien Van Ki Luoc and Hai Trinh Chi Luoc], International Conference on Dimensi Budaya dalam Membangun Persatuan Bangsa-bangsa di Asia Tenggara: Dua Puluh Lima Tahun Kerjasama Indonesia-Perancis dalam Bidang Kebudayaan di Asia Tenggara , organised by Pusat Arkeologi Indonesia and Ecole Francaise d Extreme-Orient, Pusat Arkeologi Indonesia and Ecole Francaise d Extreme-Orient (International) (16 Jul 2001 - 18 Jul 2001)
  78. Vietnam-Cambodia Relations during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: The Beginning of an Uneasy Relationship, International Conference of the Centenary of Ecole Francaise D Extreme-Orient, Ecole Francaise D Extreme-Orient, Paris (International) (07 Feb 2001 - 09 Feb 2001)
  79. The Jesselton Uprising of October 9th 1943, 16th International Association of Historians of Asia Conference, International Association of Historians of Asia (International) (27 Jul 2000 - 31 Jul 2000)
  80. Anti-Japanese Activities in Sabah, 1931-1941, Borneo Research Council Borneo 2000 Conference, Borneo Research Council (International) (10 Jul 2000 - 14 Jul 2000)
  81. Dr. Tan Chee Khoon: A Patriotic Citizen, International Symposium on History and Personalities of Malaysia, Malaysian Centre for Chinese Studies and the Academia Sinica of Taiwan (International) (17 Dec 1999 - 19 Dec 1999)
  82. History of Education in Malaysia: An Overview, 2nd ASEAN University Network Forum, Hanoi, Asean University Network and Vietnam National University (International) (17 Apr 1999 - 30 Apr 1999)
  83. Les Relations entre les Champa et les Nguyen (XVIIe-XVIIIe siecles) D apres archives Vietnamiennes (The Relations Between Champa and Nguyen Lords during the 17th & 18th Century, based on Vietnamese Sources), Seminar at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris, France, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) (International) (27 Apr 1998 - 27 Apr 1998)
  84. Les Chinois de Sabah de 1881 a nos Jours (The Chinese in Sabah from 1881 to Present), Seminar at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) (International) (23 Apr 1998 - 23 Apr 1998)
  85. Masyarakat Orang Cina di Sabah Sebelum Perang Dunia Kedua: Satu Kajian Awal Aspek Migrasi (Chinese Community in Sabah Prior to the Second World War: An Early Study on Migration), Kongres Sejarah Malaysia II (Second National History Conference), Malaysian Historical Society (National) (28 Nov 1996 - 28 Nov 1996)
EVENT ORGANISER
  1. Chair Introduction - Emerging and Continuing Trends in Southeast Asian Studies, INternational Congress of Asian Scholars (ICAS) 10, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand, Chiang Mai University and ICAS (International) (20 Jul 2017 - 23 Jul 2017)
  2. Chair Introduction, OUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES REGIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAMME WORKSHOP ON HYBRID COMMUNITY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA: IDENTITY FORMATION, EVOLUTION AND TRANSFORMATION, Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Programme (SEASREP) Foundation (International) (09 Mar 2017 - 10 Mar 2017)
ORAL PRESENTER
  1. The Agnes Keith House of Sandakan, Malaysia: Embracing the Colonial Past, International Convention of Asian Scholars 12, Kyoto Seikai University & International Institute for Asian Studies (International) (24 Aug 2021 - 28 Aug 2021)
  2. In Search of Simon (Sindurang Bulakang), A Pioneer Defender of Kadazan Rights in Colonial North Borneo, Borneo Research Council 9th Biennial International Conference, Universiti Malaysia Sabah and Borneo Research Council (International) (29 Jul 2008 - 31 Jul 2008)
  3. Some Images from the 12th General Elections in Sabah, Department of History, University of Malaya, Seminar Series, Department of History, University of Malaya (University) (02 May 2008 - 02 May 2008)
  4. Traditional Regional Dynamics in Malaysia-Vietnam Relations: The Case of the Malay-Champa Alliance, 18th Conference of the International Association of Historians of Asia, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan (International) (06 Dec 2004 - 10 Dec 2004)
  5. The Search for Modernity: The Chinese in Sabah and English Education, International Seminar on Migration and Education, Singapore, Centre of Advanced Studies, National University of Singapore (International) (31 Aug 2000 - 02 Sep 2000)
POSTER PRESENTER
  1. Kampong Hakka Mantin: A Disappearing Heritage, Persidangan Akademia Komuniti Universiti Malaya, UM Cares, Universiti Malaya (University) (15 Nov 2016 - 16 Nov 2016)
  2. Voices from the Eternal Abode of Rest:A Study of Chinese Cemeteries in Malaysia, UM Researchers Conference, IPPP, University of Malaya (University) (19 Nov 2013 - 20 Nov 2013)
  3. Quand La Chine Commencait a Cartographier Le Monde (When China Began to Draw the World Map), 24th International Festival of Geography, Association for the Development of the International Festival of Geography (ADFIG) (International) (03 Oct 2013 - 06 Oct 2013)
PRESENTER
  1. Seals in the Cham-Viet Relations in Binh Thuan Province, , International Conference on Seals as Symbols of Power and Authority in Southeast Asia, 6-7 November 2012., Department of History, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient (International) (06 Nov 2012 - 07 Nov 2012)
  2. The Manjaji of Penampang and the Evolution of a Sino-Kadazan Family in Sabah, 6th Interanational Convention of Asian Scholars (ICAS 6), Chung Nam University and International Institute for Asian Studies (International) (06 Aug 2009 - 09 Aug 2009)
KEYNOTE SPEAKER
  1. Chinese Diaspora in Malaysia and the Dissemination of Confucianism, International Week of Shanghai Jiaotong University, School of Humanities, Shanghai Jiaotong University (International) (13 Nov 2023 - 14 Nov 2023)
  2. The Local History of the Chinese in Malaysia: between National Narrative and Ethnicity, The 6th International Conference on Zhuqian Studies (Hsinchu Studies), National Tsing Hua University (International) (10 Nov 2023 - 11 Nov 2023)
  3. Chinese Diaspora in Southeast Asia: from Sojourners to Citizens, International Symposium on Chinese and Asian Diasporas in Canada: Historical Underpinnings, Current Reflections, and New Trends, University of Calgary (International) (04 Oct 2023 - 05 Oct 2023)
  4. Confucianist Culture Among Malaysian Chinese: Inheritance and Sustenance, 2023 HEHE Civilisation Forum , Shanghai Jiao Tong University and International Confucian Association (International) (08 Sep 2023 - 08 Sep 2023)
  5. China s Path to Modernization and Overseas Chinese Overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia and China s Path to Modernization: An Examination of Two Lives, Conference on China s Path to Modernization, Institute of Nanyang Studies, Xiamen University (International) (10 Mar 2023 - 12 Mar 2023)
  6. Sustaining Hakka Identity in Malaysia, Global Hakka Studies International Young Scholars Workshop, Global Hakka Studies Consortium, Taiwan and Universitas Kristen Petra, Surabaya, INdonesia (International) (02 Dec 2022 - 03 Dec 2022)
  7. Dialect Identity and the Study of the Chinese in Malaysia, International Conference on Chinese Diaspora in Southeast Asia Studies , Universitas Kristen Maranatha, Indonesia (International) (22 Nov 2022 - 24 Nov 2022)
  8. Wong Nai Siong and New Fuzhou in Sarawak, International Conference on Historical and Cultural Relations between Fuzhou and the Belt and Road Initiative Road Countries, organised by the Fuzhou Normal University and the Fuzhou City Hall, 16. October 2021., Fuzhou Normal University and Fuzhou City Hall (International) (16 Oct 2021 - 16 Oct 2021)
  9. Re-establishing Chinese Indonesian Identity through Museums , International Conference on Indonesian Chinese Cultural Heritage, 12 June 2021, Petra Christian University, Indonesia (International) (12 Jun 2021 - 12 Jun 2021)
  10. Chinese Migration and the Shaping of a Multicultural Southeast Asia, International Conference on Asian Melting Pot: History Through the Multi-Cultural Perspective Chulalongkorn University 15-16 May 2021, Chulalongkorn University and Asian Universities Alliance (AUA) (International) (15 May 2021 - 16 May 2021)

ACADEMIC/PROF. SERVICES


Evaluation
  1. (2023) Thesis Entitled, Josiah Ching Yi-Xiang, The Role and Development of Law Enforcement in South Vietnam, 1955-1975, Ma (Southeast Asian History), University, (Internal Examiner)
  2. (2023) Programme Assessor for Sarjana Muda Sastera (Sejarah) dan Sarjana Sejarah Asia Tenggara, Universiti Sains Malaysia, National, (External Assessor)
  3. (2023) Industry Advisor to Academic Programmes, National, (External Assessor)
  4. (2022) External Assessor for Promotion to Associate Professor, Universiti Sains Malaysia, National, (External Assessor)
  5. (2022) External Assessor for Promotion to Associate Professor, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, International, (External Assessor)
  6. (2022) External Assessor for Promotion to Professor, New Era University College, National, (External Assessor)
  7. (2022) External Assessor for Promotion to Associate Professor, Universiti Utara Malaysia, National, (External Assessor)
  8. (2022) External Assessor for Promotion Exercises to Professor and Associate Professor for New Era University College, National, (External Assessor)
  9. (2021) External Examiner for Ma Thesis, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore, International, (External Examiner)
  10. (2021) External Examiner for Phd Thesis of Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore, International, (External Examiner)
  11. (2021) External Assessor for Promotion to Professorship, Universiti Utara Malaysia, National, (External Assessor)
  12. (2021) External Assessor for Promotion Exercise of Associate Professor, Universiti Utara Malaysia, National, (External Assessor)
  13. (2021) Ahli Jawatankuasa Tapisan Kenaikan Pangkat Ke Profesor Madya dan Profesor C, Fakulti Alam Bina, University, (Internal Assessor)
  14. (2019) External Assessor for promotion exercise to Grade 54, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, (Promotion External Assessor)
  15. (2016) journal of Global Hakka Studies, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, (Advisory Committee)
  16. (2016) Penilai Luar bagi Program Sejarah, Pusat Pengajian Jarak Jauh, USM, (External Examiner)
  17. (2016) Penilai Luar Program Sejarah, Universiti Malaysia Sabah., (External Examiner)
  18. (2015) Chairman for the UNESCO Technical Advisory Committee for History Module on Shared History, (Advisory Committee)
  19. (2011) Penilai Luar Bagi Pemohonan Jawatan Profesor Madya Gred DS53 Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI), (External Assessor)
Contribution to external organisation
  1. (2022) Expert Member, Gansu Province, Nationalities Unity and Progress Innovative Think Tank Committee (2020-2022), International, (Expert Advisor)
  2. (2020) Interview by Nanyang Siang Pau, 12 November 2020 on Memorandum of Understanding Signing Ceremony with TECO Taiwan , Nanyang Siang Pau, National
  3. (2020) Interview by French Radio International, 25 June 2020 on Dr Wu Lien-Teh and Covid-19, French Radio International, International
  4. (2020) Interview by Radio Taiwan International, 12 November 2020 on Memorandum of Understanding Signing Ceremony with TECO Taiwan, Radio Taiwan International, International
  5. (2020) Interview by Sin Chew Daily, 12 November 2020 on Memorandum of Understanding Signing Ceremony with TECO Taiwan, Sin Chew Daily, International
  6. (2020) Interview by New Straight Time, 5 July 2020 on Defacement of Francis Light Statue, New Sunday Time, International
  7. (2020) Interview by Sin Chew Daily, 5 September 2020 on Opening Ceremony of Lecture Hall D FASS, Sin Chew Daily, University
  8. (2020) External Assessor, Doctorate and Master Programmes in Asean Studies, New Era University College (2020), New Era University College, National
  9. (2020) Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Chinese Overseas, ISSCO & Brills, 2020-2023., Journal of Chinese Overseas, ISSCO & Brills, International
  10. (2020) Interview by GuangMing Daily, 12 November 2020 on Memorandum of Understanding Signing Ceremony with TECO Taiwan, GuangMing Daily, National
  11. (2019) Interview by Star on Urban Living, Star Publications, National
  12. (2016) Interview by Guo Ji Ri Bao (Jawa Post), 16 December 2016 on Hakka Heritage in Malaysia and Indonesia, Guo Ji Ri Bao (Jawa Post Group), International
  13. (2016) Interview by Xinhua News Agency (China Net), 7th September 2016 on China-ASEAN Dialogue 25th Anniversary, Xinhua News Agency, International
  14. (2016) Interview by Sin Chew Daily,14 December 2016 on Hakka Village of Mantin, Sin Chew Daily, National
  15. (2016) Interview by 9Interview by Sin Chew Daily. 27 March 2016, On China Review 2016, Sin Chew Daily, National
  16. (2016) Interview by China Press Daily, 27 March 2016, Institute of China Studies Nurturing Talents, China Press, National
  17. (2016) Interview by China Daily, 18 August 2016 on China-ASEAN 25th Anniversary as Dialogue Partners, China Daily, International
  18. (2016) Interview by China Daily, 12 April 2016, South China Sea, China Daily, International
  19. (2016) Interview by Nanyang Siang Pao, 24 November 2016, Malay Community does not Understand China, Nanyang Siang Pau, National
  20. (2015) Interview by Daily Express, 16 July 2015, What Early Sabah was Like as told by a great Contributor, Daily Express, National
  21. (2015) Interview by Daily Express, 16 July 2015, What Early Sabah was Like as told by a great Contributor, Daily Express, National
  22. (2015) Interview by RTM, 25 Disember 2015, Lensa Siswa: Kuasa Autonomi IPT, 25 December 2015., RTM, National
  23. (2014) Member of Editorial Board, Malaysia Dari Sejarah, published by the Persatuan Sejarah Malaysia, National
  24. (2014) Associate Editor, MANU Journal, Centre for the Promotion of Knowledge and Languague Training, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, National
  25. (2013) Technical Advisor, Thinkcity Grant Programme
  26. (2013) SEASREP Foundation, Board of Trustee, Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Program Foundation
  27. (2012) Interview by Daily Express, 1 January 2012, Interview: Sabah is a Creation of Westerners, Daily Express, National
  28. (2012) Interview by Shi Hua Daily, 12 April 2012, Hakka Studies in Malaysia, Shi Hua Daily, National
  29. (2012) Interview by Sin Chew Daily, 12 April 2012, Delegation studying Hakka in Bau, Sin Chew Daily, National
  30. (2012) Board of Trustee Member, Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Programme
  31. (2011) Associate Editor, Editorial Board of Manu Juornal, Universiti Malaysia Sabah, National
  32. (2010) Visiting Research Fellow, Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University, International
  33. (2010) Interview by Oriental Daily, 30 March 2010, East Malaysians in the West: Development Bottleneck and Budget Airlines, Oriental Daily, National
  34. (2003) Interview by Sin Chew Daily, 4 August 2003, Chinese Population declined in Sabah, Sin Chew Daily, National
  35. (2002) Interview by Daily Express, 8 September 2002, The Start of Kadazan Consciousness?, Daily Express, National
  36. (1999) Nanyang Siang Pao, 21 December 1999, Interview on Tan Chee Khoon., Nanyang Siang Pao, National
Media appearance
  1. (2023) UM and Taiwan Ink Collaboration On Taiwan Studies Project, Interviewed by The Star, 30 October 2023., National, (Interview)
  2. (2023) It’S Not All About The Classroom, Says Academic, Interviewed by The Star, 29 October 2029., National, (Interview)
  3. (2023) Historian Danny Wong Uncovers Grandfather’S Role in Jesselton Uprising, Interviewed by Free Malaysia Today ,9 October 2023., National, (Interview)
  4. (2023) No More Sultanate After Sultan’S Death, Interviewed by Daily Express, 9 July 2023., National, (Interview)
  5. (2022) Interviewed Fly New Straits Times or Promoting Family History, National, (Interview)
  6. (2022) Interviewed for Ma63 On Malaysia Day, National, (Interview)

SUPERVISION


Postgraduate Student
PhD/ Doctoral
  1. (2019) History of Thailand, Dunita Abd Rahimi
  2. (2017) Sejarah Masyarakat Murut di Pedalaman Sabah, Eddie Julius
  3. (2016) Dato Gong in Malaysia, Wang Zhaoyuan
  4. (2016) Chinese Political History in Malaysia, Wen Wei
  5. (2014) Sabah in Philippines-Malaysia Relations, Rammani A/P Karupiah
  6. (2013) Tuntutan Filipina ke atas Sabah, Norizan Abdul Kadir
  7. (2008) Chinese Community in Perak, 1874-1941, Tan Ai Boay
  8. (2007) Tun H.S. Lee and His Business Entreprises, Tan Miau Ing
  9. (2007) MSH McArthur and the Transformation of Brunei, 1904-1908, Tan Ten Lee
  10. (2005) Hubungan China-Vietnam semasa Zaman Tayson, Ku Boon Dar
  11. (2004) The Chinese in Southern Vietnam during 17th-19th Centuries, Ong Kui Hua
  12. (2004) Hubungan Vietnam dengan Asia Tenggara, Ahmad Zainudin Husin
  13. (2002) The Brunei Monarchy, Abu Bakar Hamzah
Master
  1. (2015) Pengurusan Stadium Malaysia, Nordin Hassan
  2. (2015) Chinese Welfare Organisation in Malaysia, Hong Shanshan
  3. (2015) Chinese Education in Malaysia, Vivien Wong
  4. (2014) Sejarah Pelabuhan Sandakan, Suribidari Samad
  5. (2010) Vietnam-Cham Relations, Chia Siang Kim
  6. (2009) Pensejarahan Mat Salleh, Alexius Roy Soliam
  7. (2008) Vietnam-China Relations, Chi Liang
  8. (2008) Tributary Relations between the Vietnamese and the Chinese during the Ming Period, Hung Bee Ling
  9. (2008) The Chinese in Medan, Sumatra, 1965-2008, Chee Lee Yoon
  10. (2008) Proses Pemulihan di Sabah, 1945-1955, Jinel Noin
  11. (2008) Philippines-Malaysia Relations during the Marcos Regime, Rammani a/p Karupiah
  12. (2006) Universiti Nanyang di Singapura, Leong Sooi Lin
  13. (2004) Relations between Indochina and the Malay World: A Study of the Raja System, Truong Van Mon
  14. (2004) Parti Buruh Malaysia, 1952-1972, Lim Seng Haw (University of Malaya (UM))
  15. (2004) Hakka Community in Kuala Lumpur, 1857-1941, Liew Hui Nee
  16. (2003) Sejarah Kampung Ayer di Brunei, Winnie Sukan
  17. (2003) Nasionalisme Melayu di Thailand Selatan, Murni Deraman
  18. (2002) Tin Miners in Perak during the Depression Years, 1929-1933, Tan Ai Boay
  19. (2002) Politik Sabah, 1967-1994: Kajian Perbandingan Dasar-dasar Politik Kerajaan USNO, BERJAYA dan PBS, Eduardo Marusin
  20. (2002) Pentadbiran Chartered Company di Pedalaman Sabah, 1881-1917, Eddie Julius
  21. (2001) The Debate Over the Kra Canal, Clarence Ngui Yew Kit
  22. (2001) Hubungan China-Vietnam, 1802-1885, Ku Boon Dar
  23. (1999) Sejarah Kong Hock Keong dan Persatuan Ping Zhang, 1800-1940, Tan Poh Choon
  24. (1998) Laluan Ho Chi Minh Maritim: Penyusupan Senjata ke Vietnam Selatan sepanjang 1959-1975, Ong Kui Hua
Under Graduate Students
  1. (2016) AEEA3180
  2. (2015) AEEA3180
  3. (2014) AEEA3180
  4. (2010) Graduation Exercise
  5. (2010) Diploma in Defence and Strategic Studies, University of Malaya and Malaysian Armed Forces Staff College

TEACHING


Master
  1. (2023) AOB7007 - The Golden Age of Southeast Asian History, 3rd -15th Century
  2. (2021) AOB7006 - Government and Politics in Southeast Asian History
  3. (2021) AOB7007 - The Golden Age of Southeast Asian History, 3rd -15th Century
  4. (2020) AOB7007 - The Golden Age of Southeast Asian History, 3rd -15th Century
  5. (2020) AOB7007 - The Golden Age of Southeast Asian History, 3rd -15th Century
  6. (2019) AOB7006 - Government and Politics in Southeast Asian History
  7. (2016) AEGE6101 - The Golden Age of Southeast Asian History, 3rd-15th Century
  8. (2016) AEGE6105 - Government and Politics in Southeast Asian History
  9. (2015) AEGE6105 - Government and Politics in Southeast Asian History
  10. (2012) AEGE6101 - The Golden Age of Southeast Asian History, 3rd-15th Century
  11. (2012) AEGE6105 - Government and Politics of Southeast Asia
  12. (2012) QXGD6101 - History, Society and Culture in Southeast Asia
Bachelor
  1. (2023) AIL2022 - History of Modern China
  2. (2022) AIL2022 - History of Modern China
  3. (2021) AIL2022 - History of Modern China
  4. (2020) AIL2022 - History of Modern China
  5. (2020) AIL2016 - Nationalism in Southeast Asia
  6. (2016) AEEA2311 - Nationalism in Southeast Asia
  7. (2014) AEEA2311 - Nationalism in South East Asia
  8. (2011) AEEA2311 - Nationalism in South East Asia
  9. (2011) AEEA2328 - Political Administrative History of Sabah and Sarawak, 1841-1946

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ACTIVITIES


  • Honorary Review Editor, Journal of The Malaysian Branch of The Royal Asiatic Society, (30 Jun 2023 - 29 Jun 2024) (National)
  • Honorary Secretary, Malaysian Branch of The Royal Asiatic Society, (30 Jun 2023 - 29 Jun 2024) (National)
  • Honorary Secretary, Malaysian Branch of The Royal Asiatic Society, (29 Jun 2019 - 27 Jun 2020)
  • Member, Board of Governor, Chinese Heritage Centre, Singapore, (20 Oct 2017 - 30 Oct 2020)
  • Penceramah Jemputan, Syarahan Umum Muzium Labuan, Bertajuk, Sejarah Labuan., (28 Sep 2016 - 28 Sep 2016)
  • Member, Board of Governor, Chinese Heritage Centre, Singapore, (30 Nov 2015 - 31 Dec 2018)
  • Member, Ececutive Committee, International Society for Chinese Studies, (26 Nov 2015 - 25 Nov 2015)
  • Chairman, Technical Advisory Committee On Southeast Asian History Textbook, Unesco Bangkok (Since 2015), (10 Nov 2015)
  • Member, Executive Committee, Malaysian Branch of The Royal Asiatic Society (Mbras) (Since 2015), (15 Aug 2015 - 21 Dec 2017)
  • Advisor, Heng Ann Association, Book Project On Dato' Lim Kim Su., (29 May 2013 - 28 May 2014)
  • Penceramah, Seminar Dasar Awam, Anjuran Bahagian Kabinet dan Dasar, Jabatan Ketua Menteri Sabah, (20 Oct 2011 - 20 Oct 2011)
  • Board Member, Southeast Asian Studies Research Exchange Programme (Seasrep) Since 26 September 2011, (26 Sep 2011 - 31 Dec 2018)
  • Penceramah, Syarahan Kursus Maktab Pertahanan Angkatan Tentera (Mpat), Malaysia - The Vietnam War 1964-1975, 15 Ogos 2011, (15 Aug 2011 - 15 Aug 2011)
  • Member, Board of Trustee, Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Programme (Seasrep) Foundation, (11 May 2011 - 30 May 2020)
  • Ahli Jawatankuasa Khas Mengkaji Kurikulum Sejarah dan Buku Teks Sejarah Sekolaj Menengah, Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia, 3 Mei 2011 - 2 Mei 2012, (03 May 2011 - 02 May 2012)
  • Member, Malaysian Branch of The Royal Asiatic Society, ( )
  • Report Writer, National Economic Consulatative Council Ii, ( )
  • Chairman, National Competitions Committee. The Boys Brigade in Malaysia, ( )
  • Columnist, Historical Sabah in Daily Express Newspaper, Sabah, ( )
  • Member, Sabah Society, ( )
  • Luther House Chapel (Secretary, 1998 to 1999 & Assistant Secretary, 2000 to 2002), ( )
  • The Boys Brigade in Malaysia (Member, National Executive, 1991-93), ( )