Authored and Co-authored Books:
2. Forgotten Voices of Mao's Great Famine, 1958-1962: An Oral History, Y (2014), New Haven & London: Yale University Press
3. The Great Famine in China: A Documentary History, 1958-1962 (2012), New Haven & London: Yale University Press
4. Karaoke: the Global Phenomenon (2007), co-authored with Francesca Tarocco, London: Reaktion Books; Chicago: University of Chicago Press
5. Narcotic Culture: A Social History of Drug Consumption in modern China(2004), co-authored with Frank Dikötter and Lars Laamann, London: Hurst & Co.; Chicago: University of Chicago Press
6. Wisdom of Confucians (2001), co-authored with T H Barrett, Oxford: OneWorld Books
7. History of Youtai: Chinese Perceptions of Jews and Judaism (2001), London: Routledge-Curzon
1. Smoke: A Global History of Smoking (2004), co-edited with Sander L Gilman, London: Reaktion Books
2. Disease, Religion and Healing in Asia: Collaborations and Collisions (2014), co-edited with Ivette M. Vargas-O'Bryan
1. ‘Re-examining the History of the Great Famine in China through Documentary Evidence’, EAST/WEST: JOURNAL OF UKRAINIAN STUDIES, VOL 3, NO 2 (2016), pp. 133-152 ( DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21226/T2PC70)
2. ‘Introduction’ to Special Topic: ‘Re-thinking Health and Health Care Delivery: historical perspectives and global challenges’, Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, vol.9 no.1, March 2016: i-iii (DOI: 10.1007/s40647-015-0109-4, first published online in October 2015)
3. ‘Reconsidering the Barefoot Doctor Programme’, Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, vol.9 no.1, March 2016: 1-23 (DOI 10.1007/s40647-015-0107-6, first published online in October 2015)
4. 'But We Never Talked about it', co-authored with Sander Gilman, in History Workshop Online, Special Feacture: Timeliness and (Holocaust) Memory , Oct. 6, 2014, http://www.historyworkshop.org.uk/timeliness-and-holocaust-memory/
5, ‘“Kitchen Knowledge”, Desperate Foods and Ritual Healing in Everyday Survival Strategies during the Great Famine in China’ (2014), in Asian Medicine, Volume 7 Issue 2: 384-404
3. 'Evidence of Mao's Hidden Famine, Inside China's State Archive' (2012), in History Workshop Online, November29, http://www.historyworkshop.org.uk/maos-hidden-famine-inside-chinas-state-archives/
6. 'Fitness and Modernity in Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century China’ (2012), in Perfect Bodies: Sport, Medicine and Immortality edited by Vivienne Lo, London: The British Museum, pp. 143-56.
7. 'Mikvah in Beijing' (2011), in The European Review of History - Revue Européenne d'Histoire, Vol. 18 (1): 123-130.
8. ‘Ethnicity and Race’ (2009), in The Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History, ed. by Akira Iriye and Pierre-Yves Saunier, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 347 – 351.
9. ‘Thomson’s China Photographs and the Wellcome Library’ (2009), in Through the Lens of John Thomson: 1868-1872 (exhibition catalogue), ed. by Beijing World Art Museum, Beijing: China Photographic Publishing House, pp. 16-17.
10. ‘The “Jews” in the May Fourth Period’ (2008), in Youtai-Presence and Perception of Jews and Judaism in China, 2008, ed. by Peter Kupfer, Frankfurt: Peter Lang, pp. 201-216.
11. ‘Eat, Drink and Sing, and be Modern and Global: Food, Karaoke and “Middle Class” Consumers in China’ (2008), Patterns of Middle-class Consumption in India and China, ed. by Christophe Jaffrelot and Peter van der Veer, LA/London/New Delhi/Singapore: Sage Publication, pp.1 10-126.
12. ‘健与美：当代中国的医学和健康 ’ (Beauty and Health: Medical Imagery in 20th Century China) (2007), in 形象中医—中医历史图像研究 (Imagining Chinese Medicine),ed. by 罗为前&王淑明, 人民衛生出版社 (北京), pp. 270-274.
13. ‘China, British Imperialism, and the Myth of the “Opium Plague”’ (2007) co-authored with Frank Dikötter and Lars Laamann, Drugs and empires, ed. by James H. Mills and Patricia Barton, Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 19-38.
14. ‘Consuming Leisure: “middle class” and consumerism in contemporary China’ (2005), China Studies, no. 2: 19-29.
15. ‘The Kaifeng Jew Hoax: Constructing the “Chinese Jews”’ (2004), In Orientalism and Jews, ed., by Ivan Davidson Kalmar & Derek Penslar, MA: Brandeis University Press & University Press of New England, pp. 68-80
16. ‘Counting Down to Chaos in Beijing: SARS in China’ (May 15, 2003), in Far Eastern Economic Review, p. 49.
17. ‘A History of Narcotic Consumption in Modern China’ (2002), Twentieth century China, Nov. : 21-36.
18. ‘Narcotic Culture: A Social History of Drug Consumption in China’ (2002), co-authored with Frank Dikötter & Lars Laamann, in The British Journal of Criminology, vol. 42, no. 2, Spring: 317-36.
19. ‘Discourse of Disability in Modern China’, Patterns of Prejudice (2002), vol. 36, no. 1: 104-12.
20. ‘Youtai: A History of the “Jews” in Modern China’ (2000), in Jews in China: from Kaifeng to Shanghai, ed. by Roman Malek, Monumenta Serica Monography Series XLVI, Sankt Augustin: Institut Monumenta Serica, pp. 617-634.
21. ‘The Image of the “Jews” in the May Fourth Period’, (2000) Jewish Culture and History, pp. 18-41.
22. ‘Jews in Chinese Culture: Representation and Reality’ (1999), in Jewries at Frontier, ed. by Sander L Gilman and Milton Shain, Illinois: University of Illinois Press, pp. 224-241.
23. ‘Youtai: The Myth of the Jew in Modern China’ (1997), in Construction of Racial Identities in China and Japan, ed. by Frank Dikötter, London: Hurst & Company, pp. 53-74.