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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan’s review of Benjamin Selwyn’s The Struggle for Development (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2017), in Global Labour Journal 12(3) (September): 338-40.

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Dr Jenny Chan interviewed by Mimi Lau (and Jack Lau) for the South China Morning Post, in “Fang Ran: The Haunting Case of the Hong Kong Labour Rights Researcher Held in China,” 11 Sep 2021.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Dr Jenny Chan interviewed by Masha Borak for the South China Morning Post, in “Can China’s Drive to Protect Gig Economy Workers Work by Pressing Big Tech to Give More?,” 14 Sep 2021.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Dr Jenny Chan is interviewed by the Financial Times 2021. Interviewed by Edward White for the Financial Times, in “Alibaba Vows to Give Rmb100bn Towards China’s ‘Common Prosperity’”, 2 Sep.


Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Dr Jenny Chan interviewed by Waiyee Yip for BBC News, in "China steps in to regulate brutal '996' work culture" 2 Sep 2021
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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2021. “Hunger for Profit: How Food Delivery Platforms Manage Couriers in China.” Sociologias 23(57): 58-82.

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Chan, J., Distelhorst, G., Kessler, D., Lee, J., Martin-Ortega, O., Pawlicki, P., Selden, M., & Selwyn, B. (2021). After the Foxconn Suicides in China: A Roundtable on Labor, the State and Civil Society in Global Electronics. Critical Sociology. https://doi.org/10.1177/08969205211013442

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Dr Jenny Chan interviewed by Steven Crook for Taipei Times, in “Counting the Human Cost of Affordable Electronics,” 2 June 2021.


Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Dr Jenny Chan interviewed by Steven Crook for Taiwan Business TOPICS (The American Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan), in “Raising the Bar for Taiwan’s Supply Chains,” 12 May.

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Demeure, B. & Chan, J. (2021). Stagiaires : les 15 millions de forçats de l’industrie électronique chinoise. Greenit.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny  Academic Reviews of "Dying for an iPhone : Apple, Foxconn, and the lives of China's workers" (Jenny Chan, Mark Selden and Pun Ngai, 2020)
Nelson Lichtenstein, New Labor Forum, 2021

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Nicki Lisa Cole, New Politics, 2021

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Joe Buckley, British Journal of Industrial Relations, 2020

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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Ching Kwan Lee, & Ming Sing. (2019). Take Back Our Future. Cornell University Press.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny An Interview with Jenny Chan by Mark Levinson for Dissent (Spring 2021)
"Dreams and Defiance in Foxconn City"
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Interviewed with Dr Jenny Chan by Federico Bona for Wired, in “Il Robot Disoccupato” [The Robot Unemployed].
Number 94, Autumn (October – December) 2020. Pp. 50-51 (Il vero volto della Cina / The true face of China).


Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Interviewed with Dr Jenny Chan by Faculti online, 1 February, 2021
“Apple, Foxconn, and The Lives of China's Workers”

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Interviewed with Dr Jenny Chan by Sue-Lin Wong for The Economist, 27 January 2021 (for the 30 January Edition).
“Precariat Unite! The Gig Economy Challenges China’s State-Run Labour Unions”

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny  Interviewed with Dr Jenny Chan by Sha Hua for The Wall Street Journal, 17 January, 2021
“In China, Tech-Worker Deaths Spark Online Backlash”

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny  Interviewed with Dr Jenny Chan by Yuan Yang and Ryan McMorrow for Financial Times, 12 January, 2021
“Alibaba driver sets fire to himself in protest over unpaid wages”

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. Book review on Minhua Ling, The Inconvenient Generation: Migrant Youth Coming of Age on Shanghai's Edge, Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2019. 288 pp

First Published by Cambridge University Press on December 16, 2020 :
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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Interviewed with Dr Jenny Chan by Ji Siqi for The South China Morning Post, 21 November, 2020
“China’s Frustrated Millennials Turn to Memes to Rail against Grim Economic Prospects”

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2020. “Employee Voice in China.” Pp. 524-38 in Handbook of Research on Employee Voice: Participation and Involvement in the Workplace, edited by Adrian Wilkinson, Jimmy Donaghey, Tony Dundon, and Richard B. Freeman. 2nd Edition. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2020. “Worker Organizing in China: Challenges and Opportunities.” Pp. 197-217 in Workers’ Inquiry and Global Class Struggle: Strategies, Tactics, Objectives, edited by Robert Ovetz. London: Pluto Press.

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Dr. SIU Yu Kwan Kaxton Kaxton Siu. 2020. Chinese Migrant Workers and Employer Domination: Comparisons with Hong Kong and Vietnam (Series in Asian Labor and Welfare Policies), Palgrave Macmillan. 232 pages. ISBN: 978-981-32-9122-5, 978-981-32-9123-2 (eBook)
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. Book Review on Joel Andreas, Disenfranchised: The Rise and Fall of Industrial Citizenship in China, Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2019; 312 pp.


First Published December 4, 2020
https://doi.org/10.1177/0268580920957940

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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2020. “Foxconn’s Rise and Labor’s Fall in Global China.” American Affairs (Winter), Volume IV, Number 4: 103-18.

American Affairs
(Nov 2020): https://americanaffairsjournal.org/

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Nov 2020): http://ira.lib.polyu.edu.hk/handle/10397/88559

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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan and Mark Selden. 2020. “Introduction” to Josh Dzieza (The Verge)’s “The 8th Wonder of the World: Inside Foxconn’s Empty Buildings, Empty Factories and Empty Promises in Wisconsin.” The Asia-Pacific Journal, Volume 18, Issue 21, Number 4 (Article ID 5507), 1 November.

The Journal is openly accessible. No pay wall.

URL: https://apjjf.org/2020/21/DziezaChanSelden.html


Dr. KU Hok Bun Ku, Hok Bun and Kan, Karita. (2020). Social work and sustainable rural development: The practice of social economy in China. International Journal of Social Welfare, 2020: 29: 346-355
Dr. KAN Ching Yeung Karita Ku, Hok Bun and Kan, Karita. (2020). Social work and sustainable rural development: The practice of social economy in China. International Journal of Social Welfare, 2020: 29: 346-355
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan interviewd by Rhonda Kwan, Hong Kong Free Press“Dying for an iPhone”: The human cost of Apple’s high-speed production demands’ (29 Aug 2020)
Dr. KU Hok Bun A paper collected by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Yan Hairong, Chen Yiyuan & Ku Hok Bun. "China's soybean crisis: the logic of modernization and its discontents" [2015]

https://agris.fao.org/agris-search/search.do?recordID=US201600226906

Yan Hairong, Chen Yiyuan & Ku Hok Bun. "China's soybean crisis: the logic of modernization and its discontents" The Journal of Peasant Studies, Volume 43, Issue 2, P.373-395, 2016

Abstract
Lester Brown sounded an alarm in 1995: who will feed China? Against this backdrop, this contribution examines China's dramatic turn from having been a soybean net exporter, up until the mid-1990s, to being the biggest importer of genetically modified (GM) soybeans, since 2000. With China's growing soybean imports, domestic soybean production has experienced a drastic fall, creating an outcry about a ‘soybean crisis’ in China. This paper examines competing interpretations about China's soybean imports and how a wide arrange of heated debates and critical reflections have emerged about China's position in globalization, the role of the state in food security, the safety of GM foods, consumer rights, what constitutes scientific authority, and the power of transnational corporations. In these debates, Chinese critics have very different views about the US and South America, where significant GM soybeans are produced for export to China.
Dr. YAN Hairong A paper collected by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Yan Hairong, Chen Yiyuan & Ku Hok Bun. "China's soybean crisis: the logic of modernization and its discontents" [2015] 

https://agris.fao.org/agris-search/search.do?recordID=US201600226906


Yan Hairong, Chen Yiyuan & Ku Hok Bun. "China's soybean crisis: the logic of modernization and its discontents"  The Journal of Peasant Studies, Volume 43, Issue 2, P.373-395, 2016

Abstract

Lester Brown sounded an alarm in 1995: who will feed China? Against this backdrop, this contribution examines China's dramatic turn from having been a soybean net exporter, up until the mid-1990s, to being the biggest importer of genetically modified (GM) soybeans, since 2000. With China's growing soybean imports, domestic soybean production has experienced a drastic fall, creating an outcry about a ‘soybean crisis’ in China. This paper examines competing interpretations about China's soybean imports and how a wide arrange of heated debates and critical reflections have emerged about China's position in globalization, the role of the state in food security, the safety of GM foods, consumer rights, what constitutes scientific authority, and the power of transnational corporations. In these debates, Chinese critics have very different views about the US and South America, where significant GM soybeans are produced for export to China.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan, Mark Selden and Pun Ngai. 2020. Dying for an iPhone: Apple, Foxconn, and the Lives of China's Workers. Chicago, IL: Haymarket Books; and, London, UK: Pluto Press.



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Haymarket Books

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The Wire China
The book, Dying for an iPhone, is shortlisted by The Wire China in its September 2020 issue (20 September 2020):
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Pluto Press (June 2020)
Paperback ISBN: 9780745341293
Hardcover ISBN: 9780745341286
eBook ISBN: 9781786806277

Haymarket Books (August 2020)
Paperback ISBN: 9781642591248
Hardcover ISBN: 9781642592252
eBook ISBN: 9781642592047
 

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan Interviewed by Julie Zaugg for Swissquote, in “COVID-19: a stimulus to the digital economy,” 24 April 2020. (By Bertrand Beauté and Julie Zaugg)
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2020. “A Precarious Worker-Student Alliance in Xi’s China.” The China Review: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Greater China 20(1): 165-90.

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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. “Look into the Future with Hope: Hong Kong and China.” (홍콩과 중국인들의 희망을 들여다보다). Translated in Korean by Park Yeha. Pp. 96-97 in VOSTOK, Hong Kong: Now or Never, Issue 19 (January 2020).
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan interviewed by Saif Malhem for ABB Canada, in collaboration with The Montreal AL Ethics Institute, in “Artificial Intelligence, Automation and Industrial Employment of The Future,” 29 August 2019.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan, featured in netzpolitik.org, “Bits und Bäume: Die Arbeitsbedingungen des Apple-Lieferanten Foxconn in China” (Bits and Trees: The Working Conditions of Apple’s Supplier Foxconn in China), 26 August 2019.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2019. “Biss in Den Sauren Apfel: Zu den Arbeitsbedingungen vom Apple-Lieferanten Foxconn in China.” [Bite in the Sour Apple: The Working Conditions of Apple Supplier Foxconn in China] Pp. 19-22 in Was Bits & Bäume verbindet: Digitalisierung nachhaltig gestalten [What Connects Bits & Trees: Making Digitization Sustainable], edited by Anja Höfner and Vivian Frick. Technical University’s Center for Technology and Society. Munich: Oekom verlag (Translated from English into German).
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan and Mark Selden. 2019. “Labor Legislation, Workers, and the Chinese State.” Pp. 105-18 in Handbook of Protest and Resistance in China, edited by Teresa Wright. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan, Manjusha Nair and Chris Rhomberg. 2019. “Precarization and Labor Resistance: Canada, the United States, India and China.” Critical Sociology 45(4-5): 469-83.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2019. “State and Labor in China, 1978-2018.” Journal of Labor and Society 22(2): 461-75.
Jenny Chan. 2019. “State and Labor in China, 1978-2018.” Journal of Labor and Society 22(2): 461-75.

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https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/wusa.12408

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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan Interview by Mark Andrews for CKGSB Knowledge, in “Hungry for Profits: Ordering Takeout has Revolutionized China’s Dining Scene, but What is the Real Price of Food Deliveries and Can it Last?” Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, Vol. 33, Spring 2019.
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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan SCMP article - While China's tech sector discusses 996 work culture, spare a thought for the masses of 'dispatch workers' 30 April 2019
Jenny Chan SCMP article (30 April 2019) -  While China's tech sector discusses 996 work culture, spare a thought for the masses of 'dispatch workers'

https://www.scmp.com/comment/insight-opinion/article/3008120/while-chinas-tech-sector-discusses-996-work-culture-spare



Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny (The Spanish edition) Yang, Jenny Chan and Xu Lizhi. 2019. La máquina es tu amo y señor (The Machine is Your Lord and Master). Translated in Spanish by Li Fei and Zhang Xiaoqio. Barcelona: Virus Editorial. 128 pages. ISBN: 978-84-92559-90-9.
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Yang, Jenny Chan and Xu Lizhi. 2019. La máquina es tu amo y señor (The Machine is Your Lord and Master). Translated in Spanish by Li Fei and Zhang Xiaoqio. Barcelona: Virus Editorial. 128 pages. ISBN: 978-84-92559-90-9.

Virus Editorial: http://www.viruseditorial.net/libreria/libros/493/la-maquina-es-tu-amo-y-senor
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny (The French edition) Yang, Jenny Chan and Xu Lizhi. 2015. La machine est ton seigneur et ton maître (The Machine is Your Lord and Master). Translated in French by Celia Izoard. Éditions Agone. x, 128 pages. ISBN: 978-2-7489-0238-9.
The French edition:

Yang, Jenny Chan and Xu Lizhi. 2015. La machine est ton seigneur et ton maître (The Machine is Your Lord and Master). Translated in French by Celia Izoard. Éditions Agone. x, 128 pages. ISBN: 978-2-7489-0238-9.

Agone: https://agone.org/centmillesignes/lamachineesttonseigneurettonmaitre/
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan interviewed by Daniel Denvir for The Dig (a podcast from Jacobin magazine), in “Chinese Class Conflict with Jenny Chan,” 10 April 2019 (total run time: 01:56:59).
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan interviewed by Yuan Yang for The Financial Times, in “China’s JD.com Says It Will Fire Staff Who ‘Cannot Struggle Hard,’” 8 April 2019
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2019. “Challenges of Dispatch Work in China.” AsiaGlobal Online, Asia Global Institute, The University of Hong Kong, 21 March.2019.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2019. “Researching Unfree Student Labour in Apple’s Supply Chain.” Pp. 130-47 in Researching Forced Labour in the Global Economy: Methodological Challenges and Advances, edited by Genevieve LaBaron. Proceedings of the British Academy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan interviewed by Cissy Zhou for The South China Morning Post, in “Man vs machine: China’s workforce starting to feel the strain from threat of robotic automation,” 14 February 2019.


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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan interviewed by Grace Tsoi for The South China Morning Post, in “Inkstone Index: China’s Migrant Workers,” 11 February 2019.
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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Chan, Jenny. 2019. “Jasic Workers Fight for Union Rights.” New Politics (An Independent Socialist Journal), Vol. XVII No. 2, Whole Number 66, Winter, 84-89.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan interviewed by Javier C. Hernández for The New York Times, in “China Using Taped Confessions to Intimidate Young Communists, Students Say,” 21 January 2019.
Dr Jenny Chan interviewed by Javier C. Hernández for The New York Times, in “China Using Taped Confessions to Intimidate Young Communists, Students Say,” 21 January 2019.

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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan contributions to a Korean News website, Pressian.com (in Korean) "Jasic workers Fight for Union Rights in China," (translated by Sung and coordinated by Kap) 14 Jan, 16 Jan, 17 Jan, 18 Jan 2019.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Pun Ngai, Jenny Chan and Mark Selden. 2019. “Suicide or Murder? Apple, Foxconn, and China’s Workers.” Pp. 151-71 in Sociology and Social Justice, edited by Margaret Abraham. SSIS Series SAGE Studies in International Sociology 65. London: SAGE.
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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan interviewed by Daniel Suen for AFP, in “Too Marxist for China? Radical Students Rattle Communist Leaders,” 23 November 2018.

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Jenny Chan interviewed by Daniel Suen for AFP, in “Too Marxist for China? Radical Students Rattle Communist Leaders,” 23 November 2018.

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5. Too Marxist for China Radical students rattle Communist leaders AFP
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan interviewed byTom Hancock, Yuan Yang, and Nian Liu for The Financial Times, in “Illegal Student Labour Fuels JD.com ‘Singles Day’ Sale,” 21 November 2018.
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Interviewed by Tom Hancock, Yuan Yang, and Nian Liu for The Financial Times, in “Illegal Student Labour Fuels JD.com ‘Singles Day’ Sale,” 21 November 2018.

English version: Illegal student labour FT 21nov2018

Chinesse version: 京东“双十一”期间非法使用学生加班 FT中文网 21Nov2018
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan interviewed by Ben Bland and Nicolle Liu for The Financial Times, in “China Factories Use Childcare Offer to Lure Migrant Workers,” 11 September 2018.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan Interviewed by Michelle Chen for The Nation, in “China’s Workers Aren’t Fighting a Trade War—They’re Fighting a Labor War,” 4 September 2018.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan Contribution to HKFP, Shenzhen Jasic Technology: the birth of a worker-student coalition in China? 1 Sep 2018


Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan Interviewed by James Lord for CKGSB Knowledge, in “Is China Pumping the Brakes on its Transition to a Services-Based Economy?,” 13 August 2018 (Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business).


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Interviewed by James Lord for CKGSB Knowledge, in “Is China Pumping the Brakes on its Transition to a Services-Based Economy?,” 13 August 2018 (Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business).

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Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2018. “Economic Growth and Labor Security.” Pp. 166-88 in The SAGE Handbook of Contemporary China, 2 Volume Set, edited by Weiping Wu and Mark Frazier. London: SAGE.

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2018. “The Collective Resistance of China’s Industrial Workers.” Pp. 107-25 in Global Perspectives on Workers’ and Labour Organisations, edited by Maurizio Atzeni and Immanuel Ness. Singapore: Springer.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2018. “#iSlaveat10.” Pp. 102-5 in Gilded Age: A Year of Chinese Labour, Civil Society, and Rights—Made in China Yearbook 2017, edited by Ivan Franceschini and Nicholas Loubere. Canberra, Australia: The Australian National University.

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2018. “Class Inequalities and Social Struggles in China.” Global Dialogue: Magazine of the International Sociological Association, Vol. 8, Issue 1, pp. 48-49. April.

http://globaldialogue.isa-sociology.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/v8i1-english.pdf

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Global Dialogue APRIL2018 Jenny Chan.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2018. “Assessing Working-Class Power in Postsocialist China.” Pp. 164-83 in On the Road to Global Labor History: A Festschrift for Marcel van der Linden, edited by Karl Heinz Roth. Leiden, the Netherlands: Koninklijke Brill NV.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan and Mark Selden. 2017. “Apple and Foxconn in the Trump Era.” Pp. 118-22 in “China’s Goal: Hegemony or Global Partnership?” China’s World, Vol. 2, Issue 2, November. London: Huawen Institute. http://www.chinasworld.co.uk/ 
Dr. KU Hok Bun Dominelli, Lena & Ku, Hok Bun (2017) “Green social work and its implications for social development in China,” China Journal of Social Work, Vol. 10, 1, 3-22.
 
Dr. KU Hok Bun Glenzer , K., Aragón , A. O., Kassam , K. S., & Ku, Hok Bun (2017) Special Issue: Development, Aid, and Social Transformation. Action Research Journal, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp.1-128.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2017. “When the Foxbots Muscle In.” November. New Internationalist (UK), pp. 22-23.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2017. “#iSlaveat10.” Made in China: A Quarterly on Chinese Labour, Civil Society, and Rights. Volume 2, Issue 3, Chinese Labour in a Global Perspective, July-September, pp. 20-23.
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan, Mark Selden and Ngai Pun. 2017. “‘Growth, Thy Name is Suffering’: The Workers of the Workshop of the World.” World Factory: The Game, edited by Zoë Svendsen and Simon Daw. London: Nick Hern Books.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2017. Review of Jack Linchuan Qiu’s Goodbye iSlave: A Manifesto for Digital Abolition, Urbana-Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2016, vii+ 230 pp, ISBN 978-0-252-08212-2, doi:10.1017/S0305741017000728, The China Quarterly, 230, June, pp. 533-35.

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2017. “The Apple Way to Make Products.” Pp. 87-91 in “Globalisation—The Downside?”, China’s World, Vol. 2, Issue 1, April. London: Huawen Institute (華聞學院).
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2017. “Intern Labor in China.” Rural China: An International Journal of History and Social Science 14: 82-100.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan and Mark Selden. 2017. “The Labour Politics of China’s Rural Migrant Workers.” Globalizations 14(2): 259-71.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Ngai Pun, Yuan Shen, Yuhua Guo, Huilin Lu, Jenny Chan and Mark Selden. 2016. “Apple, Foxconn, and Chinese Workers’ Struggles from a Global Labor Perspective.” Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 17(2): 166-85.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan, Ngai Pun and Mark Selden. 2015. “Interns or Workers? China’s Student Labor Regime.” Asian Studies (Official Journal of the Asian Studies Association of Hong Kong) 1(1): 69-98.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Chris Smith and Jenny Chan. 2015. “Working for Two Bosses: Student Interns as Constrained Labour in China.” Human Relations 68(2): 305-26.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Yang, Jenny Chan and Xu Lizhi. 2015. La machine est ton seigneur et ton maître (The Machine is Your Lord and Your Master). Translated in French by Celia Izoard. Cent mille signes. Éditions Agone. x, 110 pages. ISBN: 978-2-7489-0238-9
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Ngai Pun, Jenny Chan and Mark Selden. 2015. Morire per un iPhone (Dying for an iPhone). Translated in Italian by Ferruccio Gambino and Giorgio Grappi; edited by Ferruccio Gambino and Devi Sacchetto. Milan: Jaca Books. 269 pages. ISBN: 978-88-16-41246-
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Ngai Pun, Yuan Shen, Yuhua Guo, Huilin Lu, Jenny Chan and Mark Selden. 2014. “Worker-Intellectual Unity: Trans-Border Sociological Intervention in Foxconn.” Current Sociology 62(2): 209-22.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan and Mark Selden. 2014. “China’s Rural Migrant Workers, the State, and Labor Politics.” Critical Asian Studies 46(4): 599-620.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Ngai Pun, Jenny Chan and Mark Selden. 2014. Morir por un iPhone (Dying for an iPhone). Translated in Spanish by Florencia Olivera; edited by Andrés Ruggeri. Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina: Ediciones Continente S.R.L. 220 pages. ISBN: 978-950-754-501-6
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2013. “A Suicide Survivor: The Life of a Chinese Worker.” New Technology, Work and Employment 28(2): 84-99.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan, Ngai Pun and Mark Selden. 2013. “The Politics of Global Production: Apple, Foxconn and China’s New Working Class.” New Technology, Work and Employment 28(2): 100-15.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Ngai Pun and Jenny Chan. 2013. “The Spatial Politics of Labor in China: Life, Labor, and a New Generation of Migrant Workers.” The South Atlantic Quarterly 112(1): 179-90.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Ngai Pun and Jenny Chan. 2012. “Global Capital, the State, and Chinese Workers: The Foxconn Experience.” Modern China 38(4): 383-410.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan and Ngai Pun. 2010. “Suicide as Protest for the New Generation of Chinese Migrant Workers.” The Asia-Pacific Journal, Vol. 8, Iss. 37, No. 2.
 
Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Ngai Pun, Chris King-Chi Chan, and Jenny Chan. 2010. “The Role of the State, Labor Policy and Migrant Workers’ Struggles in Globalized China.” Global Labor Journal 1(1): 132-51.

Dr. CHAN Wai Ling Jenny Jenny Chan. 2009. “Meaningful Progress or Illusory Reform? Analyzing China’s Labor Contract Law.” New Labor Forum: A Journal of Ideas, Analysis and Debates 18(2): 43-51.

Dr. KU Hok Bun SHERRADEN, Michael, Zou, Li, Ku, Hok Bun, Deng, Suo & Wang, Sibin (2015) Asset-Building Policies and Innovations in Asia. London: Routledge.
 
Dr. KU Hok Bun Pun, Ngai, Ku, Hok Bun, Yang, Hairong & Koo, Anita (2015) Social Economy in China and the World. London: Routledge
 
Dr. SIM Boon Wee Timothy Sim, T. (2013). Resilient children: A Chinese post-disaster psychosocial work model. Social Dialogue, September issue, 76-79.


Dr. SIM Boon Wee Timothy Sim, T., Yuen, W.K.A., Chen, H.Q., Qi, H. D. (2013). Rising to the occasion: China disaster social work. International Social Work, 56(4), 544-562.


Dr. SIM Boon Wee Timothy Sim, T. (2011). Developing an expanded school mental health network in a post-earthquake Chinese context. Journal of Social Work. 11(3), 326-330.


Dr. KU Hok Bun Ku, Hok Bun (2012) “Eco-tourism and the Practice of Alternative Social Economy”, Open Time, Vol.2. pp. 8-11.


Dr. KU Hok Bun Pun, Ngai & Ku, Hok Bun (2011) "China at the Crossroads: Social Economy as the new way of Development". China Journal of Social Work, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp.197-201.


Dr. KU Hok Bun Sherraden, M., Zhou, L., Deng, S., Ku, Hok Bun (2013) Special Issue: Lifelong Assest Building. China Journal of Social Work, London: Routledge.
 
Dr. KU Hok Bun Ku, Hok Bun (2011) “Happiness being like a blooming flower’: an action research of rural social work in an ethnic minority community of Yunnan Province, PRC,” Action Research, (published online first 10 May 2011).

The effects of rural reform and China’s integration into the global capitalist market have increased the vulnerability of the rural poor to financial hardship, loss of cultural identity, and other deprivations. In response to this situation, we initiated a pilot action research project in 2005 in an ethnic minority community in the Yunnan province of China. It encouraged local women to form a handicraft group to preserve and develop indigenous cultural artefacts and crafts which are available for market consumption. It aims, through capacity building, enhance the women’s income, promote a new form of collectivism, protect the Zhuang ethnic minority traditional culture, and strengthen local cultural identity and confidence. This article first describes the dilemma of China’s rural development and introduces our theoretical perspective. Then it demonstrates how we invigorated the community participation and facilitated the rural social work step by step.
Dr. KU Hok Bun Ku, Hok Bun (2011) “Lo sviluppo delle competenze nel tirocinio come pratica educativa riflessiva: un esempio di educazione dell’assistente sociale in Cina” (Capacity Building in Practicum as Educational Reflective Practice: an Example of Social Work Education in China ). Educational Reflective Practices Journal. Summer, No.1, pp. 60-75. (in Italian)


Dr. KU Hok Bun Ku, Hok Bun (2011) “Gendered suffering: married Miao women’s narratives on domestic violence in southwest China,” China Journal of Social Work. Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 23-39.

This paper is based on our oral testimonial projects in Guizhou province in Southwest China. Since 1999, we have employed oral testimony as one of the community development strategies and methods to study the life histories of Miao ethnic minority women in China's impoverished rural regions. By employing this method, we aim to empower the marginalized Miao women, and help them explore their hidden voices and learn about their life experiences, their views on their relationship with their husbands, families, communities, and other social forces that shape their livelihoods. Local women's narratives, especially those of married women, demonstrated their eagerness to talk about their lives as well as their suffering from family burdens, family discord, domestic violence, alcoholism, and other issues which were beyond our agenda. We finally found that suffering is the collective experience of married women, and domestic violence is a major source of women's suffering. This paper seeks to examine how the patriarchal system, rural poverty, and traditional cultural practices intertwine in shaping women's lives and contribute to women's suffering in everyday life.
Dr. KU Hok Bun Ku, Hok Bun, David Ip & Jacky Xiong Yue-gen (2009) ‘Special Issue: Disaster Relief and Social Work in China’ China Journal of Social Work, vol. 2, no. 3



Dr. KU Hok Bun Pei, Yu-xin, Zhang, He-qing & Ku, Hok Bun (2009) “Guangzhou social workers in Yingxiu: a case study of social work intervention in the aftermath of the Sichuan 5.12 earthquake in China” China Journal of Social Work. Vol. 2., Issue 3, p. 151-163.

The most devastating effects of the Sichuan 5.12 earthquake occurred in Yingxiu, where Guangzhou social workers were sent to deal with the aftermath. In this paper, we describe our experience working in the post-earthquake community and the theoretical approach we adopted to realize our objectives. We also outline the challenges and opportunities of the social work profession in the field of disaster management. We argue that social workers in China should adopt a holistic approach to disaster intervention and act as promoters of psychological well-being in the community, needs appraisers, capacity builders, and social resource mediators.
Dr. KU Hok Bun Ku, Hok Bun, Yuen-Tsang, Angelina W. K., Liu, H. C. (2009) “Triple Capacity Building as Critical Pedagogy A Rural Social Work Practicum in China” Journal of Transformative Education. Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 146-163.

This article contains our reflections on the experience of using a triple capacity building (TCB) model to train students in community development work in rural China. The TCB approach subscribes to critical pedagogy, which calls for a reinvention of the self by challenging the traditional model of education and by transforming institutionalized students into reflexive subjects with critical curiosity about society, power, inequality, and social change. By advocating equal participation in rural social work practices and by using the approach of dialogical education, the authors encouraged the participating students to embody this critical subjectivity.
Dr. SIM Boon Wee Timothy Qi, H. D., & Sim, T. [2011]. Needs assessment of post-earthquake student amputees. China Theory Research, 593, 43-46. [In Chinese: 齐华栋, 沈文伟 [In press]. 5·12地震后伤残学生的需求分析. 学理论, 593, 43-46.

Dr. SIM Boon Wee Timothy Sim, T. (2011). Developing an expanded school mental health network in a post-earthquake Chinese context. Journal of Social Work. 11(3), 326-330.

This article reports on a school mental health project, developed in the context of post-Sichuan earthquake recovery and reconstruction
Dr. SIM Boon Wee Timothy Sim, T. (2009). Crossing the river stone by stone: developing an expanded school mental health network in post-quake Sichuan. China Journal of Social Work, 2(3), 165–177.

This paper chronicles and consolidates my personal experience and professional journey in China in the past one year after the 512 Sichuan earthquake erupted on 12 May 2008.Several summer children projects I helped to organize had evolved into an expanded school mental health network. As I critically reflect on the pertinent issues in developing professional school social work practice in Sichuan, I shall also outline the challenges and opportunities of relief work in China's context, drawing from the systems perspective. Maximizing available local resources and facilitating the natural development of support network seems to be a useful approach in disaster recovery work. Furthermore, the need for professionals, especially outsiders, to be respectful and be culturally sensitive is valuable.
Dr. SIM Boon Wee Timothy Zhu, Y. X., & Sim, T. (2009). Working with children in Sichuan earthquake using the “person-in-environment” perspective. Journal of Social Work, 9(2), 31-34. [In Chinese: 朱雨欣.沈文伟.灾后儿童心理重建路径探析.社会工作, 2009年9月下半月, 31-34页.]


Prof. YUEN-Tsang Woon Ki Angelina Pun Ngai and Yuen-Tsang Woon-ki Angelina (2011), “The challenges of corporate social responsibility (CSR) multi-stakeholder practices: searching for a new occupational social work model in China”, China Journal of Social Work. Vol. 4, No. 1, April 2011, 57–68
The emergence of China as a ‘world's factory’ in the new millennium was accompanied by the rise of a new working class which was composed of more than 200 million peasant-workers. As internal migrant labourers, these peasant-workers were deprived of citizenship rights to reside in the city and lacked basic labour rights and protections. In order to address the precarious working conditions of migrant workers who were employed by transnational corporations, a global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) movement emerged, introducing a wide range of transnational corporate codes of conduct, labour standards and labour rights. This article presents a case study of a transnational CSR multi-stakeholder training programme at a Chinese workplace, in an attempt to demonstrate how capital, transnational NGOs and local labour NGOs – and including social workers – are all involved in the project to promote labour rights in China. Specific focus is placed on the role of social workers in enhancing worker participation in this project; the challenges and dilemmas that they encountered in the process, and suggestions are provided regarding the future development of a new model of occupational social work in China.
Prof. YUEN-Tsang Woon Ki Angelina Ku, Hok Bun, Yuen-Tsang, Angelina W. K., Liu, H. C. (2009) “Triple Capacity Building as Critical Pedagogy A Rural Social Work Practicum in China” Journal of Transformative Education. Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 146-163.
This article contains our reflections on the experience of using a triple capacity building (TCB) model to train students in community development work in rural China. The TCB approach subscribes to critical pedagogy, which calls for a reinvention of the self by challenging the traditional model of education and by transforming institutionalized students into reflexive subjects with critical curiosity about society, power, inequality, and social change. By advocating equal participation in rural social work practices and by using the approach of dialogical education, the authors encouraged the participating students to embody this critical subjectivity.