Refereed Articles & Chapters
“War Drums in Chinatown: Chinese Canadian Lion Dance Percussions as Martial Art.” In Contemporary Musical Expressions in Canada, ed. Anna Hoefnagels, Sherry A. Johnson, and Judith Klassen, 242–274. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
“Timing in Bruce Lee’s Writings as Inspiration for Listening Musically to Hand Combat and Martial Arts Performance.” Martial Arts Studies 8: 73–83. http://doi.org/10.18573/mas.83
“Unisonance in Kung Fu Film Music, or the Wong Fei-hung Theme Song as a Cantonese Transnational Anthem.” Ethnomusicology Forum.
“The Rhythm of Combat: Understanding the Role of Music in Performances of Traditional Chinese Martial Arts and Lion Dance.” MUSICultures 42(1): 1–23. https://goo.gl/g1ScdD
“Rhythm Skills Development in Chinese Martial Arts.” The International Journal of Sport and Society 1(3): 209–218. http://goo.gl/oCyFqk
Edited Essays & Chapters
“The Steadfast Sonic Presence of Chinese Music in Canada’s Public Soundscape.” Association for Chinese Music Research (ACMR) Newsletter 23(1, June): 6–9. http://hdl.handle.net/10524/56859
“Chinese Lion Dance as a Strategy of Resistance to Racial Discrimination.” Asia Research Briefs, York Centre for Asian Research (YCAR). http://goo.gl/6We8tn
“Hong Kong: Food of the Fragrant Harbour” In The Ethnomusicologists’ Cookbook: Complete Meals from Around the World (Volume II), ed. Sean Williams, 28–34. New York: Routledge.
“Intertextuality in Chinese Martial Arts: Transnational Identity Construction at the Junctures of Kung Fu, Music, Lion Dance, and Film.” Spéis: Bulletin of the International Council for Traditional Music—Ireland (Winter): 22–26. http://www.ictm.ie/?p=1988
“The Concrete and the Ephemeral of Electronic Music Production.” Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music Culture 6(1), Special Issue: Production Technologies and Studio Practice, ed. Ed Montano and Simon Zagorski-Thomas. DOI: 10.12801/1947-5403.2014.06.01.12
“Rhythm Skills Development in Chinese Martial Arts.” Re-printed in Fighting: Intellectualizing Combat Sports, ed. Keith Gilbert, 144–154. Champaign, IL: Common Ground Publishing.
Invited Book Reviews
Review of The Fighting Art of Pencak Silat and Its Music: From Southeast Asian Village to Global Movement. Martial Arts Studies 3(Fall). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18573/j.2017.10100
“Traditional Highland Civilian Dress: A Definition and Guide with Visual Examples.” Co-authored with Nathan B. MacDonald, on X Marks the Scot. http://goo.gl/PhpT9X
“Hong Luck Kung Fu Club.” Virtual Museum of Asian Canadian Cultural Heritage. http://goo.gl/5QKjcL