Curriculum Vitae

ASSOCIATE PROF. DR. NGEOW CHOW BING

Associate Professor
  • Institute of China Studies
    Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
  • 03-79677291

AREAS OF EXPERTISE


  • COMPARATIVE POLITICS
    Chinese politics, democracy and democratization, nationalism, civil society, Chinese foreign policy, China-ASEAN relations

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION


  • PhD, (Public and International Affairs)
    Northeastern University, Boston, Mass
  • MA, (Political Science)
    Northeastern University, Boston, Mass
  • BA, (International Relations)
    St. Cloud State University, Minnesota

ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES


  • Director
    17 Feb 2023 - present (Institute of China Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences)
  • Director
    15 Jun 2021 - 31 Dec 2022 (Institute of China Studies, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation))
  • Director
    15 Dec 2020 - 14 Jun 2021 (Institute of China Studies, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation))
  • Director
    15 Dec 2018 - 14 Dec 2020 (Institute of China Studies, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation))
  • Deputy Director
    01 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018 (Institute of China Studies, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation))
  • Deputy Director
    01 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017 (Institute of China Studies, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation))
  • Deputy Director
    02 Jan 2015 - 31 Dec 2016 (Institute of China Studies, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation))

AWARD AND STEWARDSHIP


  • SCMP Expert
    South China Morning Post, HK, 2020 (International)
  • 17th Shangri-La Dialogue Southeast Asian Young Leaders? Programme
    Institute of International and Strategic Studies (IISS) ?Singapore, 2018 (International)
  • Dissertation Writing Fellowship
    Northeastern University, 2009 (University)
  • Travel Research Grant, Center for Emerging Markets
    Northeastern University, 2009 (International)
  • Summa cum Laude
    St. Cloud State University, 2002 (University)
  • Begich Scholarship
    Department of Political Science, St. Cloud State University, 2001 (Department)
  • Caldecott Scholarship
    Department of Political Science, St. Cloud State University, 2001 (Department)

PUBLICATIONS


Article in Journal
WoS
  1. Ngeow, Chow Bing (2023). Dragon in the Golden Triangle: Military Operations of the People's Liberation Army in Northern Burma, 1960-1961, COLD WAR HISTORY. 23(1), 61-82. doi:10.1080/14682745.2022.2100355
  2. Chow-Bing, Ngeow (2022). China's Universities Go to Southeast Asia: Transnational Knowledge Transfer, Soft Power, Sharp Power, CHINA REVIEW-AN INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL ON GREATER CHINA. 22(1), 221-248
  3. Peng, Nian; Ngeow, Chow Bing (2022). Managing the South China Sea Dispute: Multilateral and Bilateral Approaches, OCEAN DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL LAW. 53(1), 37-59. doi:10.1080/00908320.2022.2034555
  4. Chow-Bing, Ngeow (2020). Colonialism, Cold War and Nanyang University's Chineseness Dilemma, COLONIAL LEGACIES AND CONTEMPORARY STUDIES OF CHINA AND CHINESENESS. , 97-119
Scopus
  1. Bing N.C. (2022). Party Literature Work, Ideology, and the Central Party Literature Office of the Communist Party of China, China Report. 58(1), 41-59. doi:10.1177/00094455221074199
  2. Bing N.C., Jamil N.S. (2022). Malaysia's Relations with China under Mahathir 2.0: Reaffirming Bilateral Ties, Renegotiating Economic Collaboration, Reasserting Security Interests, Issues and Studies. 58(2). doi:10.1142/S1013251122510018
  3. Chow-Bing N. (2022). China s Universities Go to Southeast Asia: Transnational Knowledge Transfer, Soft Power, Sharp Power, China Review. 22(1), 221-248
  4. Peng N., Ngeow C.B. (2022). Managing the South China Sea Dispute: Multilateral and Bilateral Approaches, Ocean Development and International Law. 53(1), 37-59. doi:10.1080/00908320.2022.2034555
  5. Ngeow, C. B. (2019). Malaysia s China Policy and the South China Sea Dispute Under the Najib Administration (2009 2018): A Domestic Policy Process Approach. Asian Politics and Policy, 11(4), 586-605. doi: 10.1111/aspp.12494
Others
  1. Ngeow, Chow Bing. (2022). Xin Yimin in Malaysia: Trends and Implications. ISEAS Perspective, No. 94, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, 23 September 2022.
  2. Ngeow, Chow Bing. 2021. Malaysia-China Defence Relations: Disruptions Amid Political Changes and Geopolitical Tensions. ISEAS Perspective, No. 57: 1-13.
  3. Ngu Ik Tien and Ngeow Chow Bing (2021), Soft Power, Confucius Institute and China s Cultural Diplomacy in Malaysia. Kajian Malaysia, 39: 1, 55-76.
  4. Ngeow, CB. 2019. Malaysia s China Policy and the South China Sea Dispute under the Najib Administration (2009-2018): A Domestic Policy Process Approach. Asian Politics and Policy, 11: 4, 586-605.
  5. Ngeow CB, P. Mahesar & R. A. Rogers (2018). In Praise of China: China in the Eyes of Pakistani Diplomats. International Journal of China Studies, 9: 3, 285-302.
  6. NGEOW, Chow Bing. 2017. Barisan Nasional and the Chinese Communist Party: A Case Study in China s Party-based Diplomacy. China Review, 17: 1, 53-82.
  7. NGEOW, Chow Bing. 2017. Taiwan s Go South Policy: D j vu All Over Again? Contemporary Southeast Asia, 39: 1, 96-126.
  8. NGEOW, Chow Bing and MA Hailong. 2016 More Islamic, No Less Chinese: Explorations into the Overseas Chinese Muslim Identities in Malaysia. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 39: 12, 2108-2128.
  9. Ngeow Chow Bing "Maritime Silk Road and China-ASEAN Security Relations" Zhongguo Pinglun (China Review) No. 218, pp. 46-52 (in Chinese Language).
  10. Ngeow Chow Bing (2016). "Malaysia's Policy towards China and the South China Sea." Chengjun Zhongguo Guancha (Sungkyun China Observer) (Seoul, South Korea), Vol. 15. pp. 40-45. (In Chinese Language.)
  11. Ngeow Chow Bing. "Economics over Geopolitics: Malaysia's Views of the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road." Nanyang wenti yanjiu (Southeast Asian Affairs) (Xiamen), No.4, pp. 53-66.
  12. NGEOW, Chow Bing, 2015. Comprehensive Strategic Partners but Prosaic Military Ties: The Development of Malaysia-China Defence Relations 1991-2015. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 37:2, 269-304.
  13. NGEOW, Chow Bing. 2015. From Translation House to Think Tank: The Changing Role of the Chinese Communist Party s Central Compilation and Translation Bureau. Journal of Contemporary China, 24:93, 554-572.
  14. Ngeow Chow Bing, Ling Tek Soon, Fan Pik Shy. "Pursuing Chinese Studies Amidst Identity Politics in Malaysia" East Asia: An International Quarterly, 31(2): 103-122.
  15. Ngeow Chow Bing. "China Studies in Malaysia's Academia." Dangdai Pinglun (Contemporary Review) (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia). Vol. 7, pp. 15-24.
  16. Ngeow, Chow Bing, "China-EU Relations: International Order, Bilateral Relations, Global Governance." Fudan Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 7(1), 125-133.
  17. Ngeow, Chow Bing. "Discourses on Chinese-Style Democracy in China." China: An International Journal 12 (3): 94-114.
  18. NGEOW, Chow Bing. 2012. Civil Society with Chinese Characteristics? An Examination of China s Urban Homeowners Committees and Movements, Problems of Post-Communism, Vol. 59, No. 6, pp. 50-63.
  19. NGEOW, Chow Bing. 2012. The Residents' Committee in China's Political System: Democracy, Stability, Mobilization. Issues and Studies 48(2):71-126.
  20. Ngeow Chow Bing. 2011. Community Party Building in Urban China. International Journal of China Studies (2)2: 213-240.
  21. NGEOW, Chow Bing, Strategic Ambiguity and Differentiation: Ethnic and Civic Nationalist Discourses in Taiwan from 1945 to 1990s, Ethnopolitics 9:2, pages 151-170, 2010 (SCOPUS-cited journal)
  22. NGEOW, Chow Bing, Conceptualizing Intellectual-State Relations in China, Issues and Studies 43: 2, pages 175-216, 2007
Books
  1. Nian PENG and Chow Bing NGEOW (editors). 2022. Populism, Nationalism and the South China Sea Dispute: Chinese and Southeast Asia Perspectives. Singapore: Springer.
  2. NGEOW Chow Bing (editor). 2019. Researching China in Southeast Asia. New York: Routledge.
  3. Ngeow Chow Bing and Kuik Cheng Chwee (eds.) (2018). Rising China, Resilient Japan, Resourceful ASEAN: Selected Writings of Lee Poh Ping on East Asian International Relations. Petaling Jaya: SIRD.
  4. Lowell Dittmer and Ngeow Chow Bing (editors) (2017). Southeast Asia and China: A Contest in Mutual Socialization. Singapore: World Scientific.
  5. Haiyun Ma, Chai Shaojin, and Ngeow Chow Bing (eds.) 2016. Zhenghe Forum: Connecting China with the Muslim World. Kuala Lumpur: Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya
  6. Ngeow Chow Bing. 2011. Introduction to Political Science. Kuala Lumpur: Open University Malaysia
Chapter in Books
  1. Ngeow, Chow Bing and Nur Shahadah binti Jamil. (2022 ). "Malaysia s Layered Nationalism and the South China Sea Dispute. In Nationalism and Populism in the South China Sea Dispute: Chinese and Southeast Asian Perspectives, edited by Nian Peng and Chow Bing Ngeow, 59-77. Singapore: Springer.
  2. Ngeow, Chow Bing. (2022). Great Power Diplomacy with Chinese Characteristics and US-China Trade War. In The Political Logic of US-China Trade War, edited by Shiping Hua, pp. 95-112. Lanham: Lexington Books.
  3. Ngeow Chow Bing (2021) China-Malaysia Port Alliance: A Case Study in Soft Infrastructure Connectivity. In ASEAN-China Cooperation on Regional Connectivity and Sustainability, edited by Yanjun Guo and Yue Yang, pp. 73-88. Singapore: World Scientific.
  4. Ngeow Chow Bing. (2021) Malaysia and the Belt and Road Initiative: Maritime, Rail and Digital Connectivity. In Research Handbook on the Belt and Road Initiative, edited by Joseph Chinyong Liow, Liu Hong and Gong Xue. 150-160. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  5. Ngeow, Chow Bing. 2021. Prospects for Sino-Malaysian Joint Development in the South China Sea: Lessons from Malaysia's Experiences. In Cooperative Development in the South China Sea: Policies, Obstacles and Prospects, pp. 58-76, edited by Huaigao Qi and Song Xue. New York: Routledge.
  6. Ngeow, Chow Bing. 2021. "2020nian Malaixiya waijiao xingshi: Sanchong weijixia de waijiao" (Malaysia's Foreign Relations in 2020: Diplomacy under Triple Crises), in Su Yingying and Zaikun (eds.), Malaixiya Fazhan Baogao (2021) (Annual Report on Development of Malaysia [2020]) (Beijing: Social Science Academic Press), pp. 68-77.
  7. Ngeow, Chow-Bing. 2020. The International Department of the CPC and China s Party-based Diplomacy. In China s Search for National Rejuvenation : Domestic and Foreign Policies under Xi Jinping, pp. 157-168, edited by Jabin T. Jacob and Hoang The Anh. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  8. Ngeow, Chow-Bing.2020. Colonialism, Cold War, and Nanyang University s Chineseness Dilemma. In Colonial Legacies and Contemporary Studies of China and Chineseness: Unlearning Binaries, Strategizing Self, pp. 97-119, edited by Chih-yu Shih, Prapin Manomaivibool, Mariko Tanigaki and Swaran Singh. Singapore: World Scientific.
  9. A Model for ASEAN Countries? Sino-Malaysian Relations during the Xi Jinping Era. In China and Southeast Asia in the Xi Jinping Era, edited by Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim and Frank Cibulka, pp. 103-122. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
  10. Economic Cooperation and Infrastructure Linkage between Malaysia and China under the Belt and Road Initiative. In Regional Connection under the Belt and Road Initiative: The Prospects for Economic and Financial Cooperation, edited by Fanny M. Cheung and Ying-yi Hong, pp. 164-191. New York: Routledge.
  11. Malaysia, Nanyang, and the Inner China of Three Hong Kong Scholars: Huang Chih-Lien, Chang Chak Yan and Kueh Yik Yaw. In China Studies in South and Southeast Asia: Between Pro-China and Objectivism, edited by Chih-yu Shih, Prapin Manomaivibool and Reena Marwah, pp. 29-66. Singapore: World Scientific.
  12. Religion in China s Public Diplomacy towards the Belt and Road Countries in Asia. In Silk Road to Belt Road: Reinventing the Past and Shaping the Future, edited by M. Nazrul Islam, pp. 75-93. Heidelberg: Springer.
  13. The Political Economy of China s Economic Presence in Malaysia. In China s Soft Footprints in Southeast Asia, edited by Maris Diokno, Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao and Alan Hao Yang, pp. 90-106. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press.
  14. NGEOW, CB & LING TS. (2019). China Knowledge in the Malay-Language Intellectual World: A Bibliographic Essay. In Researching China in Southeast Asia, edited by Ngeow Chow-Bing, pp. 67-90. New York: Routledge.
  15. NGEOW, CB. (2019). A Preliminary Study of Southeast Asian Foreign Policy Think Tanks Attitudes towards China. In China s Belt and Road Initiative and Building the Community of Common Destiny, edited by Linggui Wang and Jianglin Zhao, pp. 153-168. Singapore: World Scientific.
  16. Ngeow, CB. (2019). Challenges in Fostering People-to-People Bond : Studies on China by Southeast Asia and Studies on Southeast Asia by China. In The Belt and Road Initiative in the Global Context, edited by by Linggui Wang and Jianglin Zhao, pp. 157-171. Singapore: World Scientific.
  17. Ngeow, CB. (2019). Malaysia-China Cooperation on the Belt and Road Initiative under the Pakatan Harapan Government: Changes, Continuities, and Prospects. In NIDS ASEAN Workshop 2019: China s BRI and ASEAN, pp. 25-42. Tokyo: National Institute for Defense Studies.
  18. Ngeow, CB. (2019). The Five Areas of Connectivity between Malaysia and China: Challenges and Opportunities. In The Belt and Road Initiative: ASEAN Countries Perspectives, pp. 117-139. edited by Yang Yue and Li Fujian. Singapore: World Scientific.
  19. KUIK Cheng-Chwee and NGEOW Chow-Bing. 2018. Lee Poh Ping and the Study of East Asian International Relations in Malaysia: Enduring Themes and Recurring Insights. In Rising China, Resilient Japan, Resourceful ASEAN: Collected Writings of Lee Poh Ping on East Asian International Relations, edited by Ngeow Chow-Bing and Kuik Cheng-Chwee, pp. 3-23. Petaling Jaya: SIRD.
  20. NGEOW, Chow-Bing and TAN Chee-Beng. 2017. Cultural Ties and State s Interests: Malaysian Chinese and China s Rise. In China s Rise and the Chinese Overseas, edited by Bernard Wong and Tan Chee Beng, pp. 96-116. New York: Routledge.
  21. Ngeow Chow Bing (2018). "From Mutual Suspicions to Comprehensive Strategic Partnership: Malaysia-China Relations" in Lam Choong Fan (Ed.) Malaysia's Foreign Affairs and National Defense. (pp. 173-196). Kuala Lumpur: CMCS.
  22. Chee Beng Tan, Chow Bing Ngeow, and Tek Soon Ling, "A Determined Ethnologist: Interview with Professor Tan Chee-Beng." Producing China in Southeast Asia: Knowledge, Identity, and Migrant Chineseness, edited by Chih-yu Shih. Berlin: Springer.
  23. Chow Bing Ngeow, Tek Soon Ling, Pik Shy Fan. (2017), Pursuing Chinese Studies Amidst Identity Politics in Malaysia, in Chih-yu Shih (ed.), Producing China in Southeast Asia (103-122). Singapore: Springer Singapore.
  24. NGEOW, Chow Bing. 2017. China s Great Power National Identity and Its Implications for China-Southeast Asia Relations. In Southeast Asia and China: A Contest in Mutual Socialization, edited by Lowell Dittmer and Ngeow Chow Bing, pp. 21-49. Singapore: World Scientific.
  25. NGEOW, Chow Bing. 2017. Malaysia s Policy Options and Future Prospects. In South China Sea Lawfare: Post-Arbitration Policy Options and Future Prospects, edited by Fu-Kuo Liu, Keyuan Zou, Shicun Wu and Jonathan Spangler, pp. 61-76. Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank and Taiwan Center for Security Studies.
  26. Ngeow Chow Bing, "A Preliminary Study of Southeast Asian Foreign Policy Think Tanks' Attitudes towards China." In Building of the Community of Common Destiny in Neighboring Countries, edited by Wang Linggui and Zhao Jianglin, Beijing: Social Science Documentation Press.
  27. Ngeow Chow Bing, 2017 "Challenges in Fostering People-to-People Bond: Studies on China by Southeast Asia and Studies on Southeast Asia by China," In The Belt and Road Initiative in the Global Context, edited by Wang Linggui and Zhao Jianglin, pp. 121-133. Beijing: Social Science Documentation Press.
  28. Yen Ching-Hwang, Chow Bing Ngeow, Tek Soon Ling. (2017). A Witness to History: Interview with Professor Yen Ching-Hwang, in Shih, Chih-yu (Ed.), Producing China in Southeast Asia (113-128). Singapore: Springer Singapore.
  29. LEE Kam Hing and NGEOW Chow Bing. 2016. China-Malaysia Relations: Zheng He and the Islamic Link. In Haiyun Ma, Chai Shaojin and Ngeow Chow Bing (eds.)China-Malaysia Relations: Zheng He and the Islamic Link (Kuala Lumpur: Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya), pp. 23-37.
  30. Ngeow Chow Bing. "Two-Front System in Malaysia: Catalyst for Democracy." In Wu Yanhua and Pan Yongqing (eds). Incomplete Political Transformation: Commentary on the 2013 Elections in Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies.
Other Publications
  1. Ngeow, Chow Bing. “Anwar’s China Policy.” ThinkChina, February 13, 2023. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  2. Ngeow, Chow Bing. “Anwar’s China Trips: Is Malaysia Putting China before the West?” ThinkChina, October 2, 2023. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  3. Ngeow, Chow Bing. “How Malaysia Views U.S. and Chinese Narratives About the World Order.” Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, August 21, 2023. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  4. Ngeow, Chow Bing. “PM Anwar’s Civilisational Approach to the Malaysia-China Relationship.” ThinkChina, May 9, 2023. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  5. Ngeow, Chow Bing. “What US and China Can Learn from the Sino-Soviet Cold War.” ThinkChina, August 14, 2023. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  6. Hoo, Chiew Ping and Ngeow, Chow Bing (2022). "Love Thy Neighbors: Policy Actions and Rhetoric in China s Southeast Asia Policy, China Trends, No. 14, Institut Montaigne, October 2022. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  7. Ngeow, Chow Bing (2022). Hainan Free Trade Makeover Masks Its Geopolitical Significance. East Asia Forum, July 6. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  8. Ngeow, Chow Bing (2022). Malaysia-China Defence Ties: Managing Feud in the South China Sea. RSIS Commentary, May 26. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  9. Ngeow, Chow Bing (2022). The Indo-Pacific, ASEAN and China: Advancing the Cooperative Logic over the Geopolitical Logic. Maritime Security and Development Policy Report, No. 5, Nanjing: Collaborative Innovation Center of South China Sea Studies at Nanjing University, October 2022. - Case Study
  10. Ngeow, Chow Bing (2022). "The One China Policy of Southeast Asian Countries. ThinkChina, August 12. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  11. Ngeow, Chow Bing. (2022). China s Divided Image in Malaysia. ThinkChina, July 5. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  12. Ngeow, Chow Bing. (2022). Non-Exclusion Zone. China Daily, May 9. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  13. Ngeow Chow Bing (2021) Malaysia-China Defence Ties Cool amid Political Changes and South China Sea Tensions. South China Morning Post, May 4, 2021. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  14. Ngeow Chow Bing (2021). China-ASEAN Information Harbor: Digital Silk Road from Guangxi to Southeast Asia, Jakarta: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Indonesia Office. - Policy Paper
  15. Ngeow Chow Bing. China s Growing Cooperation with BIMP-EAGA. East Asia Forum, September 23, 2021. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  16. Ngeow, Chow Bing. Have Malaysia-China Relations Gone Awry? Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, July 16, 2021. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  17. Tham Siew Yean, Ngeow Chow Bing, Kuik Cheng Chwee and Zhang Miao (2021). Belt and Road Initiative. Santiago: Chile Pacific Foundation - Policy Paper
  18. Ngeow Chow Bing. Malaysia s New Foreign Policy Outlook under Muhyiddin Yassin s Government Four Predictions. Channel News Asia, March 13, 2020. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  19. Ngeow Chow Bing. Malaysia Cautious over US Role in Disputed South China Sea. South China Morning Post, June 5, 2020. - Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,Tv,Popular Magazine)
  20. Ngeow Chow Bing. 2020. Covid-19, Belt and Road Initiative and the Health Silk Road: Implications for Southeast Asia, Jakarta: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Indonesia Of fice, October 2020. - Monograph
  21. Review of Legitimating the Chinese Communist Party since Tiananmen: A Critical Analysis of the Stability Discourse, In Journal of Chinese Political Science, 2014, vol. 19, no. 2: 231-232. - Review
  22. Review of Political Science and Chinese Political Studies: The State of the Field, in Journal of Contemporary Asia, 2014, vol. 44, no. 2: 372-375. - Review
  23. Review of The Rise of China and Chinese International Relations Scholarship, in China Review, 2014, vol. 14, no.2: 270-272. - Review
  24. Review of Sun Yat-Sen, Nanyang and the 1911 Revolution, in Journal of Malaysian Chinese Studies, 2013, vol. 16: 175-181. - Review
  25. Review of The Chinese Communist Party and the Capitalist Revolution: The Political Impact of the Market, International Journal of China Studies, 2013, vol. 4, no. 1: 173-175. - Review
  26. Review of The Rise of Think Tanks in China, in Asian Affairs: An American Review, 2013, vol. 40, no. 2: 104-105. - Review
  27. Review of US-China-EU Relations: Managing the World Order, in Journal of Chinese Political Science, 2013, vol. 18, no. 2: 213-214. - Review
  28. Review of China, the Developing World, and the New Global Dynamic, in American Journal of Chinese Studies, 19:2, 501-502. - Review
  29. Review of Living with the Dragon: How the American Public Views the Rise of China. Asian Affairs: An American Review. 39 (3): 176-177. - Review
  30. Review of Political Parties, Party Systems, and Democratization in East Asia, in Democratization, 2012, 19:1, 152-155. - Review
  31. Review of The Beijing Consensus: How China s Authoritarian Model Will Dominate the Twenty-First Century, in International Journal of China Studies, 2011 2:1, 117-121. - Review

RESEARCH PROJECT


National
  1. 2013 - 2015, High Impact Research (HIR)
    THE CHINA MODEL: IMPLICATIONS OF THE CONTEMPORARY RISE OF CHINA ( Consultant)
  2. 2013 - 2014, Geran Penyelidikan Universiti Malaya (UMRG)
    Cemetry and Land Scarcity in Kuala Lumpur: Crossroad of Cultural and Economic Values in Development. ( Consultant)
International
  1. 2019 - 2021, Private Funding
    China's Rise and the Strategic Landscape of Southeast Asia: Opportunities and Challenges for the New Southern Policy of the Republic of Korea ( Co-Inventor)
  2. 2012 - 2013, National Taiwan University
    Cross-national Study of China Studies Intellectual Communities: Oral Intellectual History of Malaysian China Studies .(National Taiwan University) ( Co-Inventor)

PAPER PRESENTED


INVITED SPEAKER
  1. Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between Malaysia and China: How Should We Understand the Relationship, Forum on Forty Years of Malaysia-China Diplomatic Relations, Penang Branch of Malaysia-China Chamber of Commerce (National) (16 Nov 2014 - 16 Nov 2014)
  2. Building Mutual Trust and Promoting Political and Security Cooperation between ASEAN and China: A Malaysian Perspective, NACT (Network of ASEAN-China Think Tanks) Seminar on Building an ASEAN-China Community of Common Destiny, , China Foreign Affairs University (International) (04 Jul 2014 - 04 Jul 2014)
  3. Development of Defense Ties between Malaysia and China: 1991-present, Public Seminar on Malaysia-China Relations in conjunction with the 40th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Malaysia and China, Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Affairs, Malaysia-China Friendship Association, and Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya (National) (19 May 2014 - 19 May 2014)
  4. Chinese Soft Footprints in Malaysia, Chinese Soft Footprints in Southeast Asia, Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Program (SEASREP) Foundation and Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University (International) (14 Jun 2013 - 15 Jun 2013)
  5. China Leadership Transition 2013, China Leadership Transition 2013, PTD Alumni (Administrative and Diplomatic Service Officers Alumni Association) and INTAN,  (National) (27 Mar 2013 - 27 Mar 2013)
  6. The Rise of China from the Malaysian Perspective, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) Malaysian Armed Defenses College (MPAT) Joint Seminar on The Rise of China: Political, Economic, and Strategic Perspectives, , Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) Malaysian Armed Defenses College (MPAT)  (National) (06 Jul 2011)
  7. Liu Xiaobo and the Development of Chinese-Style Democracy, Liu Xiaobo s Peace Prize: China s Democratic Breakthrough? , Civil Rights Committee of the Selangor and Kuala Lumpur Chinese Assembly Hall Association (National) (29 Oct 2010)
ORAL PRESENTER
  1. Strategic Context of Southeast Asia and the New Southbound Policy, International Symposium on The New South Bound Policy and Regional Response , the Graduate Institute of Strategic Studies, National Defense University of Republic of China (Taiwan) (International) (06 Dec 2017 - 06 Dec 2017)
  2. From Defensive Against to Embracing (On its Own): Chinese Perspectives on the Indo-Pacific Strategy. , International Seminar on Japan-Malaysia Maritime Cooperation: Shaping Security Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific, , MIMA and JIIA (International) (16 Nov 2017 - 16 Nov 2017)
  3. People-to-People Integration between ASEAN and China: A Malaysian Perspective. , International Conference on Promoting Cooperation: Cambodia and the Region under the Belt and Road Initiative, Cambodia 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Research Center (CMSRRC) and Cambodia Development Resource Institute (CDRI) (International) (30 Oct 2017 - 30 Oct 2017)
  4. How Southeast Asia Perceives China: A Multidimensional and Multilevel Examination, International Seminar on ASEAN 50: A New Chapter for ASEAN-China Relations", ASEAN Study Center, University of Indonesia (International) (13 Jul 2017 - 14 Jul 2017)
PRESENTER
  1. The China Factor in North Korea-Southeast Asia Relations, First International Workshop on Southeast Asia-North Korea Relations, EAIR, UKM, Korea Foundation  (International) (24 Aug 2018 - 24 Aug 2018)
  2. Enhancing China-ASEAN Relations: The Security Aspect and People-to-People Understanding, Network of ASEAN-China Think Tanks (NACT) Working Group Meeting, Foreign Service Institute, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Philippines, and China Foreign Affairs University (International) (19 May 2016 - 19 May 2016)
  3. China s Belt and Road Initiative and China-Southeast Asia Relations, International Conference on Tracing the Contours of a Rapidly Changing East Asia: Issues and Perspectives ,, International Studies Department, De La Salle University (International) (10 Mar 2016 - 11 Mar 2016)
  4. The Belt and Road Initiative: A Malaysian Perspective. , International Roundtable Discussion China-ASEAN and ASEAN-China: The Linkage of the New Maritime Silk Road On the Occasion of the 40th Anniversary of Thailand and China Diplomatic Relations, organized by , School of Sinology, Mae Fah Luang University, the Consulate General of the People s Republic of China in Chiang Mai, and the Confucius Instiute at Mae Fah Luang University, (19 Nov 2015 - 20 Nov 2015)
  5. Economics over Politics: Malaysia-China Relations and China s One Belt One Road Initiative. , International Workshop on Pax Sinica? China s One Belt One Road from the Perspectives of South and Southeast Asia , National Chengchi University (International) (15 Sep 2015 - 16 Sep 2015)
  6. Barisan Nasional and the Chinese Communist Party: A Preliminary Analysis of Party-to-Party Diplomacy between Malaysia and China, International Conference on Malaysia, China, and the Asia-Pacific Region in the 21st Century, , Institute of China Studies and Kong Zi Institute of the University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur (International) (29 Oct 2014 - 30 Dec 2014)
  7. The Political Economy of China s Economic Presence in Malaysia, China s Soft Power in Southeast Asia Workshop, Southeast Asian Studies Regional Exchange Programme (International) (13 Feb 2014 - 14 Feb 2014)
  8. Cross-Straits Relations at the Local Level: Relationship between Xiamen and Kinmen, Democracy in Taiwan: Looking at the 2012 Elections Conference, Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya (International) (24 Oct 2013 - 25 Oct 2013)
  9. Is It All Too Bad to Return to Marx? Marxism and Reform at the Central Compilation and Translation Bureau., From Hu-Wen to Xi-Li Administration: China s Leadership Transition and Its Domestic and International Implications Conference, Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya (International) (12 Sep 2013 - 13 Sep 2013)
  10. Pursuing Chinese Studies Admist Identity Politics in Malaysia, Retrieval or Revival: Evolving Chinese Studies/China Studies in the 21st Century Southeast Asia Conference, Guangxi Academy of Social Sciences (International) (02 Sep 2013 - 03 Sep 2013)
  11. Peninsular Malaysia's Chinese Studies, Workshop on Oral History of Chinese Studies in Southeast Asia, Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University (International) (26 Jul 2012 - 27 Jul 2012)
  12. Changing Views of Elections in China, Conference on Local Government Innovation in China, Institute of Contemporary Chinese Politics, Shenzhen University (International) (03 Dec 2011)
  13. Community Party Building in Urban China, International Conference on Growth, Governance and Equity: Exploring the Social Implications of China s Economic Transformation, Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya (International) (01 Jun 2011)
  14. Dynamics of Civil-Military Relations and Praetorianism: A Funnel of Causality Model ., 61st New England Political Science Association Conference, New England Political Science Association (International) (23 Apr 2010)
  15. Chinese-Style Democracy and Grassroots Urban Governance: Homeowners Committees as Emerging Civil Society Organizations, International Conference on Chinese-Style Democracy , Wuhan University, China (International) (14 Nov 2009)
  16. Issues in Community (Shequ) Elections in Urban China: An Analysis of Election Procedures, The 51st American Association for Chinese Studies Conference (AACS) Conference, American Association for Chinese Studies (International) (18 Oct 2009)
  17. Institutional Innovations: Governance in Grassroots Urban China, International Political Science Conference , International Political Science Association (International) (13 Jul 2009)
  18. Intellectual-State Relations in Contemporary China, The 47th American Association for Chinese Studies Conference, American Association for Chinese Studies (International) (21 Oct 2005)
OTHERS
  1. Plenary Session Chair on Chinese Society in Malaysia, The Inaugural Biennial Conference on Malaysian Chinese Studies, Centre for Malaysian Chinese Studies (International) (09 Jun 2012 - 10 Jun 2012)

SUPERVISION


Postgraduate Student
PhD/ Doctoral
  1. (2015) Pakistani Intellectual Discourses on China and Pakistan-China Relations, Pervaiz Ali Mahesar
Master
  1. (2011) Malaysia-China Defense Relations, Ahmad Zameri bin Dzulkifli (M0100101)
  2. (2010) Analyzing the Enduring Continuity in China's DPRK Policy: An Explanation of Two Case Studies, Haji Md Fauzi Bin Saleh (M0100101)