“Co-craft and Multi-craft: Section-mold Casting and the Organization of Craft Production at the Shang Capital of Anyang,” Craft Production in Complex Societies Multicraft and Producer Perspectives, edited by Izumi Shimada (Utah: Utah University Press. 2007.9).
“Specialization, Context of Production, and Alienation in the Production Process: Comments and Afterthoughts,” in Rethinking Craft Specialization in Complex Societies: Archaeological Analyses of the Social Meaning of Production, Edited by Z. X. Hruby and R.Flad, Archeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association, No.17 p.169-180. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007).
“The Politics of Maps, Pottery, and Archaeology: Hidden Assumptions in Chinese Bronze Age Archaeology”, in Art and Archaeology of the Erligang Civilization, Edited by Kyle Steinke with Dora C. Y. Ching, published by Princeton University Press 2014, pp. 137-150.
"Cowries in Bronze Age China: Monetary or Ritual Exchange," paper presented at the annual meeting of Association of Asian Studies (AAS). March, 1999.
"State Control and Craft Production in Late Bronze Age China: Manufacture of Weaponry in the Warring States Period,” paper presented at the 65th annual meeting of the Society of American Archaeology, Session 169 Locating the Archaic State in China through Archaeology and Text: A Tribute to K.C. Chang, 4/3-11, 2000, Philadelphia, USA.
"Craft Production and Mass Production from a Chinese Perspective: Archaeological Implications of Pottery Manufacturing at Jingdezhen and Yixing," 「文化差異與社會通則：紀念張光直先生學術研討會」,臺北： 歷史語言研究所、民族學研究所、臺灣史研究所籌備處、語言研究所籌備處主辦，2002年3月1-2日。
“Xiaotun Revisited: Re-examination of Foundry Remains from the 1930s IHP Excavations,” and “A New Bronze Foundry Site at Anyang,” 17th Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association (IPPA) (Taipei, Taiwan, September 9-15, 2002)
“Anyang Bronze Casting Technology: A Study of Section-mold Technology,” Session 6-C: “Interdisciplinary Approaches to Chinese Neolithic and Bronze Age Archaeology”, Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (Daejeon, Korea, June 16-19, 2004).
“Why Cast Bronzes Differently: Changes in Late Shang Section-mold Casting Technology and Their Socio-political Context”. Paper presented in Symposium 107: “Making Connections: New Perspectives on Technology and Social Changes”, at the 69th annual meeting of the Society of American 2004 (Montreal, March 31- Aril 4).
“Social and Political Implications of Multiple Craft-Production Areas at Yinxu,” Paper presented at the “Workshop on Early Chinese Civilization: Social, Cultural, and Historical Dynamics of Early Chinese Civilization in Archaeological, Palaeographical, Philological, and Historical Perspectives”, University of British Columbia, BC, Canada. March 10-12, 2005.
“The Post Shih Chang-ju Era: Recent Shang Archaeological Projects in IHP, Academia Sinica”. East Asian Archaeology Seminar, Department of Anthropology, Harvard University, 2002.
“Section-mold Technology of Bronze Age China: A Study of Casting Molds from Anyang”. Paper presented at the Sixth International Conference on the Beginning of the Use of Metals and Alloys, University of Science and Technology, Beijing, China. September 15-20, 2006.
“Bronze Age Interactions between the Yangzi River Valley and the Central Plains: Perspectives from Anyang,” paper presented at the “Ancient Text in their Local Context: International Workship on the Early Chinese Manuscript Discoveries From Cili, Hunan,” 美國康乃爾大學亞洲研究學系主辦，2007.6.6-17。
“The Essence of Swiss Cheese: the Nature of Interaction between Anyang and its Neighboring Regions”. Paper presented at “Inter-regional Interaction in Bronze Age China and Eurasia: A Multidisciplinary Approach”, Symposium for the 72nd annual meeting of the Society of American Archaeology, Austin, Texas, April 25 - 29, 2007.
“New Vintage from the Old Winery: Recent Studies of the Shang and Eastern Zhou Metallurgical Remains at the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica,” paper presented at the “Science and Civilization in China: Non-Ferrous Metallurgy,” Needham Research Institute cambridge，2007.11.7-18.
“Urban Centers or City States: Defining Walled Settlements in Neolithic and Bronze Age China,” paper presented at the “State Power and Social Control in Ancient China and Rome”，2008.3.17-19
“The Missing Link? Long-Distance Trade and Exchange in Early Bronze Age China”. Paper presented at “Symposium 1: New Insights into the archaeology of the Chinese Bronze Age”, Fourth Worldwide Conference of the Society of East Asian Archaeology, Society for East Asian Archaeology, Beijing, China, June 2-5, 2008.
“The Missing Link? Long-Distance Trade and Exchange in Early Bronze Age China（Symposium 1: New Insights into the archaeology of the Chinese Bronze Age; organized by Lothar von Falkenhausen and Xu Hong）, ” paper presented at the “Fourth Worldwide Conference of the Society of East Asian Archaeology,” Society for East Asian Archaeology，中國社會科學院考古研究所主辦，2008.6.2-5。
“The Making of Bronzes, Marble Carvings, and Bone Objects: Craft Production and Political Economy in the Shang Dynasty Capital at Anyang”. Institute for Advanced Studies, 2010.4.6.
“What Happened to ‘New Archaeology’: Processual Archaeology and Its (Non-) Impact in China”. (Session: The Location of Chinese Archaeological Theory), paper presented at the “The Location of Theory, Theoretical Archaeology Group 2010”, Brown University, 2010.4.30-5.2.