1、Toward an Aesthetic of Chinese Vernacular Fiction:Style and the Colloquial Medium of Shui‐hu chuan.
3、The scientific community in early modern China.
4、Hanoi’s strategic perspective and the Sino‐Vietnamese Conflict.
5、Setting the Tone:Aesthetic Implications of Linguistic Patterns in the Opening Section of Shui‐hu chuan.
6、The Literary Function of K』un‐lun Mountain in the Mu T』ien‐tzu chuan.
7、The Formation of an Image:An Analysis of the Linguistic Patterns that Form the Character of Sung Chiang.