(Forthcoming, June 2014). “The Fourth Wave? A Critical Reflection on Tongzhi Movement in Hong Kong”. In Mark McLelland and Vera Mackie (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Sexuality Studies in East Asia. London and New York: Routledge. (co-authored with Lau Hoi Leung and Li Cheuk Yin)
(Forthcoming, Feb 2014). “Men Who Sell Sex in China”. In Victor Minichiello and John Scott (eds.) Male Sex Work and Society. New York: Harrington Press.
2012. “Fading Queer Heterotopia: Hong Kong Older Gay Men’s Queer Use of Spaces” Sexualities 15 (8): 896-916. (PDF)
2012. “Men Who have Sex with Men: Stigma and Discrimination” The Lancet 2012 Special Theme Series: Men who Have Sex with Men and HIV 380: 439-445. (co-authored with Dennis Altman, Peter Aggleton, Michael Williams, Vasu Reddy, David Harrad, Toni Reis, and Richard Parker) (PDF)
2012. “Reinventing the Self under Socialism: The Case of Migrant Male Sex Workers in China.” Critical Asian Studies 44 (2): 283-308. (PDF)
2012. “Sex Entrepreneurs in the New China”. Contexts 11 (3): 28-33. (PDF)
2012 “Chinese Male Bodies: A Transnational Study of Masculinity and Sexuality.” In B. Turner (ed.) The Routledge International Handbook of Body Studies. London: Routledge. Pp. 289-306.
2012. “Relationship Type, Condom Use and HIV/AIDS Risks among Men Who Have Sex with Men in Six Chinese Cities”. AIDS Care24 (4): 517-528 (co-authored with K.J. Laidler and Herbert. Pang)
2011.“Transnational Queer Labour: The “Circuits of Desire” of Money boys in China”. English Language Notes 49 (1): 139-144.
2011.Chinese Male Homosexualities: Memba, Tongzhi and Golden Boy. London: Routledge.
2010.“Outcast Bodies: Money, Sex and Desire of Money Boys in Mainland China”. In Yau Ching (ed.) Bending Lives Negotiating Sexualities in Hong Kong and China. Hong Kong: Hong KongUniversity Press. Pp. 17-35.
2010.“Outcast Bodies: Money, Sex and Desire of Money Boys in Mainland China”. In Yau Ching (ed.) As Normal As Possible: Negotiating Sexuality and Gender in Mainland China and Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. Pp. 17-35.
2009.“More than a Sex Machine: Accomplishing Masculinity among Chinese Male Sex Workers in the Hong Kong Sex Industry”. Deviant Behavior 30 (Nov): 715-745. (PDF)
2009.“Where is My Brokeback Mountain?” Social Transformations in Chinese Societies (Special Issue: Doing Families in Hong Kong), 4: 135-59.
2008.“Risk Factors Affecting Condom Use among Male Sex Workers Who Serve Men in China: A Qualitative Study”. Sexually Transmitted Infections 84: 444-8. (PDF)
2007.“To Determine Factors in an Initiation of a Same-sex Relationship in Rural China: Using Ethnographic Decision Model”. AIDS Care 19 (7): 850-857. (co-authored with William C.W. Wong) (PDF)
2006. “What It Feels Like for a Whore: The Body Politics of Women Performing Erotic Labour in Hong Kong.” Gender, Work and Organization 13 (5): 409-434. (PDF)
2006. “The HIV-related Risks among Men Having Sex with Men in Rural Yunnan, China: A Qualitative study.” Sexually Transmitted Infections 82: 127-130. (co-authored with W.C.W. Wong, J.B. Zhang, S.C. Wu, and D.C.Y. Ling) (PDF)
2006. “Asian Sexual Cultures.” In G. Ritzer (ed.) Encyclopedia of Sociology. London: Blackwell. Pp. 4213-4218.
2006. “Sexualizing Asian Male Bodies.” In Steven Seidman, Nancy Fischer, and Chet Meeks (eds.) Introducing The New Sexuality Studies. New York: Routledge. Pp. 90-95.
2006. Multiple entries  in David Gerstner (ed.) Queer Culture: The Routledge Encyclopedia of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Contemporary International Culture. New York and London: Routledge.
2005. “Queering Masculinity in Hong Kong Movies.” In Pang Lai-kwan and Day Wong (eds.) Masculinities and Hong Kong Cinema. Hong Kong: Hong KongUniversity Press. Pp. 57-80.
2005. Rethinking and Recasting Citizenship: Social Exclusion and Marginality in Chinese Societies. Hong Kong: Centre for Social Policy Studies, Department of Applied Social Sciences, the Hong KongPolytechnicUniversity. (co-edited with May Tam, Ku Hu-bin)
2005.The Hidden Voice: The Sexual Politics of Hong Kong Male Sex Workers. Hong Kong: Centre for Social Policy Studies, Department of Applied Social Sciences, the Hong KongPolytechnicUniversity.
2004. “Queer at Your Own Risk: Marginality, Community, and the Body Politics of Hong Kong Gay Men.” Sexualities 7 (1): 5-30. (PDF)
2003.A Research Report on the Working Experiences of Hong Kong’s Female Sex Workers. Hong Kong: Centre for Social Policy Studies, Department of Applied Social Sciences, the Hong KongPolytechnicUniversity and Zi Teng. (co-authored with Zi Teng)
2002. “Queering the Interview.” In Jaber F. Gubrium and James A. Holstein (eds.) Handbook of Interview Research: Context & Method. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Pp. 239-258. (co-authored with Plummer, K., and Mahoney, D.)
2002. “The Seduction of the Golden Boy: The Body Politics of Hong Kong Gay Men.” Body & Society 8 (1): 29-48.(PDF)