“Jiankang and the Commercial Empire of the Southern Dynasties Change and Continuity in the Medieval Chinese Economics History,” in Scott Pearce, Audrey Spiro and Patricia Ebrey, eds., Culture and Power in the Reconstitution of the Chinese Realm 200-600 ( Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Asia Center, 2001), pp. 35-52.
“The Return of the State: On the Significance of Buddhist Epigraphy and its Geographic Distribution in Early Medieval China,” in John Lagerwey and Lü Pengzhi, eds., Early Chinese Religion, Part Two: The Period of Division (220-589 AD) (Leiden: Brill, 2009), pp. 319-342.
“Migration, Governing Non-Han Peoples, and the Transformation of Commercial Policies during the Six Dynasties,” in Albert Dien and Keith Knapp, eds., Cambridge History of China: Volume II, the Six Dynasties (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,2019)，pp.330-354.
“The Waning Years of the Eminent Monk Xuanzang and his Deification in China and Japan,” in Jonathan A. Silk and Stefano Zacchetti eds., Chinese Buddhism and the Scholarship of Erik Zürcher (Leiden: Brill, 2022), pp. 255-289.
“The Return of the State: On the Significance of Buddhist Epigraphy and its Geographic Distribution in Early Medieval China” (paper presented at Rituals, Pantheons and Techniques: A History of Chinese Religion before the Tang, Paris, December 18-21, 2006).
“The Waning Years of the Life of the Eminent Buddhist Monk Xuanzang 玄奘 (600-664) and his Deification in Japan” (paper presented at Chinese Buddhism and the Scholarship of Erik Zürcher, Leiden, The Netherlands, February 12-14, 2014).
〈八世紀長安大安國寺的「奉勅僉定四分律疏院」〉，發表於中央研究院歷史語言研究所與義大利 Perugia University合辦，「“Vinaya (戒律) in China” Workshop」，2015年12月14日。
"The Cult of the Garuda and the 'Eight Classes of Celestial Beings and Dragons (天龍八部)' in Medieval Chinese Buddhism”, Presented at the Conference on Animals and Religion in Asia, Tel Aviv University (May 27-29, 2018) .