Prof. GUO Zhongshi (Steve)

Professor

Prof GUO Zhongshi (Steve) received his BA in English and English literature from Beijing Foreign Studies University. He worked as a journalist at China Daily for seven years before obtaining his Master's and PhD degree in political communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He came to teach journalism and mass communication at the Baptist in 1996.

Email: guo@hkbu.edu.hk
Tel: (852) 3411 5179
Fax: (852) 2336 1691

 

 

Teaching Areas

  • News Translation
  • News Writing in English/Chinese
  • Opinion Writing
  • Feature Writing
  • China Reporting
  • Mass/Communication Theory
  • Communication and Public Opinion
  • Research methods

Editorial board


Associate Editor Asian Journal of Communication

Associate Editor Studies on Teaching & Leaning

 

Selected Publications

  1. Guo, Z., Zhou, B., & Lu. Y. (accepted). Theoretical relevance of media use and perceived media functions for media literacy research. In Greg, P., & Hong, B. (eds.) Media in China: Between Mouthpiece and Market. Glasgow: Glasgow University Press.
  2. Shen, F. & Guo, Z. (in press). The last refuge of media persuasion: News use, national pride and political trust in China. Asian Journal of Communication.
  3. Feng, C., & Guo, Z.(2012). Support for Censorship: A Multi-level Meta-Analysis of the Third-Person Effect. Communication Reports. Vol. 25(1): 40-50.
  4. Guo, Z., & Feng, C. (2012). Understanding support for Internet censorship in China: An elaboration of the theory of reasoned action. Chinese Journal of Political Science. Vol. 17(1): 33-52.
  5. Shen, F., Lu, Y., Guo, Z., Zhou, B. (2011) News media use, perception, and efficacy: A multi-level analysis of media participation in China. Chinese Journal of Communication. Vol. 4(4): 475-495.
  6. Guo, Z. (2011). Framing distance: Local vs. non-local news in Hong Kong Press. Chinese Journal of Communication. Vol. 4(1): 21-39.
  7. Guo, Z., & Li, X. (2011). Perceptions of media functions and processing of news: Analysis of audience in a Chinese metropolis. Asian Journal of Communication, 21(1): 47-68.
  8. Wang, N., Guo, Z., & Shen, F. (2011). Message, perception, and the Beijing Olympics: Impact of differential media exposure on perceived opinion diversity. Communication Research. Vol. 38(3): 422-445.
  9. Guo, Z., To, Y., Huang, Y., & Chan, F. (2010). The meaning of distance in news: Hong Kong media’s differential treatment of local vs. non-local events. Mass Communication Research (in Chinese). Vol. 105: 195-235.
  10. Huang, Y., Guo, Z., To, Y., & Chan, F. (2010). Measuring news content and press performance: The case of Hong Kong. Communication and Society (in Chinese). Vol. 12(2): 148-174.
  11. Guo, Z., Zhou, B., & Lu, Y. (2010). Media literacy and political cognition: Empirical analysis of a set of theoretical relations. In Lu, Y. (ed.), Media literacy: Conception, Cognition and Participation (in Chinese). Shanghai: Economic Science Press.
  12. Guo, Z., Huang, Y., To, Y., & Chan, F. (2010). Social meanings local and non-local news in Hong Kong press. In Shan, B., Shi, Y., & Liu, X (Eds.), The Cross-Cultural Orientation of Journalism and Communication Research. Shanghai: Shanghai Communication University Press.
  13. Lu, Y., & Guo, Z (2010). Media literacy, interpersonal discussions, and media participation: The mediating role of media efficacy. In Lu, Y. (ed.), Media literacy: Conception, Cognition and Participation (in Chinese). Shanghai: Economic Science Press.
  14. Shen, F., Wang, N., Guo, Z., & Guo, L. (2009). Online network size, efficacy, and opinion expression: Assessing the impacts of Internet use in China. International Journal of Public Opinion Research. Vol. 21(4): 451-476.
  15. Guo, Z. (2009). Through barbed wires: Context, content, and constraints for journalism education in China. In Lee Becker & Joseph Beate (eds.) Journalism Education in Countries with Limited Media Freedom (pp. 1-30). New York: Hampton.
  16. Guo, Z., & Lu, Y. (2008). “Fact extrapolation” in reportage: Examining the changing intellectual-state relations in China across three historical periods. Communication & Society (in Chinese). Vol. 6:167-192.
  17. Guo, Z., Zhou, B., & Lu Y. (2008). Media literacy, political cognition, media functions and media use: An analysis of their theoretical connections. Communication & Society (in Chinese). Vol. 1: 122-145.
  18. Guo, Z. Huang, Y., To, Y. & Chan, F. Hong Kong News Media Performance Study, Working Paper Series.Chinese/15 pages (Dec. 2008) David C. Lam Institute for East-West Studies. http://www.hkbu.edu.hk/~lewi/publications.html#workin
  19. Guo, Z. Concept and conceptualization in communication research in China. Journalism Quarterly (2008). Vol. 1: 8-11.
  20. Lu, Y., & Guo, Z. (2007). Empowerment through media literacy: From interpersonal discussion to media participation intention. Mass Communication Research (in Chinese). Vol. 92: 1-36.
  21. Guo, Z., Cheong, A., & Chen, H. (2007). Nationalism as public imagination: Media’s routine contribution to latent and manifest nationalism in China. International Communication Gazette. Vol. 69(5): 473-486.
  22. Guo, Z. (2007). Concept Explication: An exposition of the scientific nature of empirical research methodology of mass communication. Lu, S. & Hong, J. (eds.) Series on Western Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Mass Communication (pp. 400-420 in Chinese). Beijing: Renmin University Press.
  23. Lu, Y. & Guo, Z. Media literacy: Hong Kong experience and recent research findings. Media Digest (2007). Hong Kong: Radio Television Hong Kong.
  24. Guo, Z., Cheong, A. & Shen, F. Depth of reasoning and information processing: A predictive model of SARS behavior (Oct. 2006). http://academic.mediachina.net/academic_xsjd_view.jsp?id=5125
  25. Lee, A. & Guo, Z. Media management in Hong Kong: How to face challenges? Economic Journal Monthly. Vol. 349 (2006).
  26. Guo, Z., Cheung, A., & Shen, C. (2006). Reasoning and processing: A model of analysis. China Media Report. Vol. 17(1): 39-47.
  27. Guo. Z., Cheung, A., & Shen, C. (2005). Depth of reasoning and information processing: A predictive model of SARS behavior. Special Issue of Asian Journal of Communication. Vol. 15 (3): 274-288. Chen, H.
  28. Guo. Z. & Zhu, J. The impact of Hong Kong TV on Guangzhou residents. http://www.cddc.net/shownews.asp?newsid=1363 (2005) (In Chinese).
  29. Media and everyday life: Some thoughts about theory construction. ChinaMedia.net (Dec. 2004).
  30. Guo, Z., & Huang, Y. (2003). Hybridized discourse: social openness and functions of English media in post-Mao China. World Englishes. Vol. 21(2): 217-230.
  31. Guo, Z., Zhu, J., Chen, H., Yu, X. & Huang, Y. (2002). Ubiquitous media reality: Comparing direct and mediated experience as sources of crime perception in Hong Kong and Guangzhou. Mass Communication Research (in Chinese). Vol. 71:61-86.
  32. Huang, Y. & Guo, Z. An analysis of the functions of China’s English media, Media Digest, (2002). Vol. 2:8-11 (in Chinese).
  33. Guo, Z. & Huang Y. Variations on a theme: The role of English media in China under reform. In Wu, X., Wang, J., & Lin, A. (eds.) Journalism and Communication Research in the 21st Century (pp. 494-508) (2001). Shantou: Shantou University Press (in Chinese).
  34. Yu, X, Chu, L., & Guo, Z. (2001). Reform and challenge: An analysis of China’s journalism education under social transition. Gazette: The International Journal for Communication Studies. Vol. 4: 63-77.
  35. Guo, Z., Zhu, J. & Chen, H. (2001). Mediated reality bites: Comparing direct and indirect experience as sources of crime perceptions across two communities in China. International Journal of Public Opinion Research. Vol. 13(4): 398-418.
  36. Guo, Z. (2001). To each according to its niche: Analyzing the political and economic origins for a structural segregation in Chinese press. Journal of Media Economics. Vol. 14(1): 15-30.
  37. Guo, Z. (2000). Media use habits, audience expectations and media effects in Hong Kong’s First Legislative Council Election. Gazette, the International Journal for Communication Studies. Vol. 62(2): 133-151.
  38. Guo, Z. Book review: Impersonal influence: How perceptions of mass collectives affect political attitudes, Media Digest, (2000). Vol. 10:18. Hong Kong: Radio Television Hong Kong (in Chinese).
  39. Yu. X. Guo Z.& Huang Y. Journalism & Social Change, (1999). HK: Chung Hwa (in Chinese).
  40. Guo, Z. (1999). Mainstream development of China’s media under reform in the 1990s. Politica. Vol. 12: 24-30. Yu, X., Guo, Z. & Huang Y. Seeking explanations for the interplay between news communication and social change. Journalism and Social Change, (Eds.) Yu X,, Guo, Z., & Huang Y. (pp. iii-xi) (1999). Hong Kong: Chung Hwa Book (in Chinese).
  41. Guo, Z. The scary world of mass media: A comparison of crime coverage in mainland and Hong Kong press. Media Digest, (1999). Vol. 8:11-13. Hong Kong: Radio Television Hong Kong (in Chinese).
  42. Chen, H. & Guo, Z. A political economic analysis of the advertising stagnation of provincial party institutional newspapers, Journalism University Quarterly, (1998 summer). Vol. 56: 18-25 (in Chinese).
  43. Guo, Z., & Chen, H. (1998). Opposites apart: Explaining different revenues between China's party and mass-appeal newspapers. Asian Journal of Communication Special Issue on Advertising and Cultural China. Vol. 8 (2): 70-99.
  44. McLeod, J., Sotirovic, M., Voakes, P., Guo, Z., & Huang, S. (1998). A model of public support for First Amendment Rights, Communication Law and Policy. Vol.3(4): 479-514.
  45. Chen, H., & Guo, Z. (1998). An analysis of the revenue gap in advertising market shares among party and mass appeal newspapers, Mass Communication Research (in Chinese). Vol. 57: 5-26.
  46. Guo Z., & Moy, P. (1998). Media or message? Predicting dimensions of political sophistication, International Journal of Public Opinion Research. Vol. 10(1): 26-50.
  47. Chen, H. & Guo Z. Segregation of China's print media, New Theory of Media in China, He Z. & Chen H. (Eds.), pp. 305-330 (1998). HK: Pacific Press (in Chinese).
  48. Guo, Z. Journalism and Social Change in Asia, Media Digest, (1998). Vol. 6:14-15. Hong Kong: Radio Television Hong Kong (in Chinese).
  49. Guo, Z. One hundred years of mass communication research, Media Digest, (1997). Vol. 8:13-15. Hong Kong: Radio Television Hong Kong (in Chinese).
  50. Guo, Z., & Chen, H. (1997). China’s media content under commercialism. Mass Comm Review. Vol. 24(3-4): 85-101.
  51. Guo, Z. (1997). The long arm of the television world: An evaluation of the cultivation theory, Journalism and Communication (in Chinese). Vol. 2:58-64.
  52. Guo, Z. Book review: Making news: A study in the construction of reality by Gayle Tuchman. Media Digest, (1997). Vol. 5:18. Hong Kong: Radio Television Hong Kong (in Chinese).
  53. Guo, Z. & Yu, X. Plight of survival for the fittest: Hong Kong media in commercial competition, Journalism and Communication Facing the 21st Century: Collection of Research Articles, pp. 226-233, (1996). Guangzhou: Jinan University Press (in Chinese).
  54. McLeod, J., Guo, Z., Daily, K., Steele, C., Huang, H., & Chen, H. (1996). The impact of traditional and non-traditional media forms in the 1992 U.S. presidential election, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. Vol. 73(2): 401-416.
  55. McLeod, J., Guo, Z., Daily, K., Eveland, W., Bayer, J., Yang, S., & Wang, H. (1996). Community integration, local media use and democratic processes, Communication Research. Vol. 23(2): 179-209.

Conference Papers

  1. The last refuge of media persuasion: News use, nationalism and political trust in China, with Shen, F. Annual Conference of International Communication Conference. Boston, USA, May 2011
  2. Constructing distance: Coverage of local vs. non-local events by Hong Kong Newspapers, with Huang Y., To, Y., & Chan, F. International Communication Association. Singapore, May 2010.
  3. Distance in news: Local vs. non-local news in Hong Kong newspapers, with Huang, Y., To, Y., & Chan, F. Fifth Cross-Cultural Communication International Conference. Wuhan University, Dec. 2009.
  4. Construction of news content and press performance: the case of Hong Kong, with Huang, Y., To, Y. & Chan, F. Sixth Conference on Chinese Media and Chinese Civilization. Singapore, Aug. 2009.
  5. Perceptions of media functions and processing of news: Analysis of audience in a Chinese metropolitan, with Li, X. Annual Conference of Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication. Boston, USA, Aug. 2009.
  6. Is the grass greener? The impact of alternative media on audience evaluations of media in China, with LU, Y. Conference on Journalism in the 21st Century: Between Globalization and National Identity. Melbourne, Australia, July 2009.
  7. Audience conception of China’s media, with Li, X. International Conference on beyond East and West: Two Decades of Media Transformation after the Fall of Communism. Budapest, Hungary, June 2009.
  8. “Hither” and “thither”: Hong Kong newspapers’ differential treatment of local vs. non-local news, with Huang, Y, To, Y. & Chan, F. Conference on the Changing World of International News in the 21st Century: The Impact of Digital Technology. Hong Kong, Apr. 2009.
  9. Online network size, efficacy, and opinion expression: Tracking the pro-civic functions of Internet use in China, 2003-2007, with Shen, F., Wang, N., & Guo, L. Annual Conference of Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication, Chicago, USA. Aug. 2008.
  10. Between the lines: Literary reporting in China, with Lu Y. International Association for Literary Journalism Studies. Lisbon, Portugal, May 2008.
  11. News media use, perception, and efficacy: A multi-level analysis of media participation in China, with Shen, F., Lu, Y. & Zhou, B. Annual Conference of International Communication Association. Montreal, Canada, May 2008.
  12. Concepts: Foundations of Communication Research. Conference on “Independence at 30, Past and Future of Communication Research in China. Shenzhen, China, Dec. 2007.
  13. Believing is acting: Media credibility and media participation, with Lu, Y. & Zhou, B. Communication and China Fudan Forum: Media literacy and Citizenship. Fudan University, Shanghai, Dec. 2007.
  14. Through barbed wires: Context, content and constraints for journalism education in China. Annual conference of International Association of Media and Communication Research (keynote speech). Paris, France, July 2007.
  15. Empowerment through media literacy: From interpersonal discussion to media participation intention, with Lu, Y. Fifth Annual Conference of World Chinese Language Media and Chinese Civilization Communication. Taipei, July 2007.
  16. The impact of the Internet on social ties: A differential analysis, with Wang, N. Annual Conference of Internet Research 7.0: Internet Convergences. Brisbane, Australia, Sept. 2006.
  17. Media literacy: A conceptual model, with Zhou, B. & Lu, Y. Annual Forum of Chinese Communication Association (top paper award).Shenzhen. Aug. 2006.
  18. Depth of reasoning and information processing: A predictive model of SARS behavior, with Shen, C. and Cheung, A. Conference of Epidemics and Trans-border Violence: Communication and Globalization under a Different Light. Hong Kong, Dec. 2005.
  19. Changing social relations and changing message system: The case of China, with Huang, Y. Annual conference of International Communication Association. New York, May 2005.
  20. Tyranny of the minority: Analyzing the expression of unpopular opinion in support of legislation against subversion in Hong Kong, with T. Fung, I. Ng, and L. Li. Annual Conference of World Association of Public Opinion Research. Prague, Czech Republic, Sept. 2003.
  21. Nationalism as public imagination: Media’s routine contribution to the symbolic meaning of national identity in China, with A. Cheung and H. Chen. Annual Conference of World Association of Public Opinion Research (Elizabeth Nelson Prize). Prague, Czech Republic, Sept. 2003.
  22. Cracking the shell: Investigating the content structure of Media in China, with Huang, Y. Annual Conference of Journalism Education Association. Hong Kong, Dec. 2002.
  23. Impact of immersion: Hong Kong television in Guangzhou from 1997 to 1999, with Chen, H. and Zhu, J. Annual Conference of International Communication Association. Seoul, Korea, July 2002.
  24. Alternative information and perceptual identity: An integrated theoretical approach, with Chen, H. & Cheung, W. Second Forum on Communication in China. Fudan University, Shanghai, June 2002.
  25. First one out is a rotten egg: A dynamic typology of China’s media content in the reform era, with Huang Y., Li X., Song Z., Zhang Z. & Huang Guo. International Conference of Social Sciences. Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, June 2002.
  26. Comparing direct and indirect experience as sources of crime perceptions across two communities in China. Conference on Cross-Strait Media. National Chengchi University, Taiwan, May 2001.
  27. Cross-border media impact: analyzing Hong Kong television’s audience effects in China, with Chen, H. and Zhu, J. Annual Conference of the Chinese Communication Association/Association for Chinese Communication Studies. Hong Kong, July 2001.
  28. Variations of a theme: An analysis of media functions of English media in post-Mao China, with Huang, Y. Fourth Conference of Media across the Taiwan Strait Moving toward the 21st Century. Hong Kong, Sept. 2001.
  29. Reform and challenge: an analysis of China’s journalism education under social transition, Yu, X. and Chu, L. 50th Annual Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Phoenix, Arizona, USA, Aug. 2000.
  30. Media content as sources of reality perception across two communities, with Zhu, J. and Chen, H. Annual Conference of International Communication Association. Acapulco, Mexico, June 2000.
  31. Co-orientation theory and public opinion processes: Perceptions and mutual perceptions of Hong Kong residents’ national identity, 1997-1999, with Zhu, J. and Chen, H. Joint Conference of the World Association for Public Opinion Research & American Association for Public Opinion Research. Portland, Oregon, USA, May 2000.
  32. Mediated reality bites: Investigating origins of perceptions across two communities in China. Chinese Audiences across Time and Space International Conference. Hong Kong City University, Apr. 2000.
  33. Media use habits, audience expectations and media effects in Hong Kong’s First Legislative Council Election. International Communication Association. San Francisco, May 1999.
  34. To each according to its niche: An analysis of the structural segregation in China's newspapers, with Chen, H. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Baltimore, USA, Aug. 1998.
  35. Understanding trends in print media in China, with Chen, H. Annual Conference of Chinese Communication Society. Taipei, June 1998.
  36. Reversal of fortune for the dominant print media: Investigating the differential growth in advertising revenue of China's newspapers, with Chen, H. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Chicago, Aug. 1997.
  37. From transition to integration: The coorientation of public opinion and mass media between Hong Kong and China beyond 1997, with Zhu, J. and Chen, H. Panel of the Chinese Communication Association at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, USA, Aug. 1997.
  38.  I Think, They Think, and I Think They Think: The Coorientation of Public Opinion between Hong Kong and China before the Handover, with Zhu, J. and Chen, H. Annual Conference of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Chicago, USA, Aug. 1997.
  39. An analysis of print media in Hong Kong. Annual Conference on New Century, New Vision. Taipei, July 1997,
  40. Reversal of fortune for the dominant print media: Social and economic determinants for the differential revenue growth among China's newspapers, with Chen, H., & Xing, R. Chinese Communication Society. Taipei, June 1997.
  41. A model of public support for first amendment rights, with McLeod, J., Sotirovic, M., and Huang, K.  Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Chicago, USA, Aug. 1997.
  42. The international voice: A comparative content analysis of CNN International and Voice of America, with Zhong, M., and Friedland, L. International Communication Association. Montreal, Canada, May 1997.
  43. Media or medium: Models of prediction of media's impact on political sophistication, with P. Moy. International Communication Association. Montreal, Canada, May 1997.
  44. Plight of survival for the fittest: Hong Kong media in commercial competition, with Yu X. Conference on Journalism and Communication facing the 21st Century. Guangzhou, Nov. 1996.
  45. Is what we see what they get? Probing the processes of media effects on support for crime policy proposals, with McLeod, J., Eveland, W. P., Moy, P., Scheufele, D., Yang, S., Horowitz, E., & Zhong, M. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (Top Three Faculty Paper Award). Anaheim, California, USA, Aug. 1996.
  46. The double face of China's media under reform: A media sociology perspective on the commercialization of China's media content, with Chen, H. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Anaheim, California, USA, Aug. 1996.
  47. Let the punishment fit the crime: Effects of local television news on evaluations of crime policy proposals, with McLeod J., Sotirovic M., Eveland, W., Horowitz, E., Moy, P., & Daily K. International Communication Association. Chicago, USA, July 1996.
  48. The impact of media use on people's crime prevention behaviors, with McLeod, J., Horowitz, E., Eveland, W., & Karas, V. Midwest Association of Public Opinions Research. Chicago, USA, Nov. 1995.
  49. The synthetic crisis: Media influences on perceptions of crime, with McLeod, J., Daily, K., Eveland, W., Culver, K., Kurpius, D., Moy, P., Horowitz, E., & Zhong, M. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Washington D. C. USA, Aug. 1995.               
  50. Mean but not scary world: A two-level view of the cultivation effect, with Chen, H. The International Communication Association. Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, June 1995.
  51. Comparing newspapers and television: Differential cross-medium and cross-content effects, with Moy, P. American Association for Public Opinion Research. Fort Lauderdale, Florida, May 1995.
  52. Political independence reconsidered: A comparison of pure partisans, partisan independents, and leaning independents. Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research. Chicago, USA, Nov. 1994.
  53. Local media use and perceptions of media functions as predictors of local political participation, with Zhong, M. Midwest Association of Public Opinion Research. Chicago, USA, Nov. 1994.
  54. Community issues and civic attitudes: Public perceptions of local news media functions, with McLeod, J., Daily, K., & Eveland, W. Midwest Association of Public Opinion Research. Chicago, USA, Nov. 1994.
  55. Community integration, local media use and democratic processes, with McLeod, J., Daily, K., Eveland, W., Bayer, J., Yang, S., & Wang, H. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Aug. 1994.
  56. Community integration: antecedents and consequences. Communications Mini-Conference. Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA, May 1994.
  57. Investigating perceptions of crime as the most serious local issue: The effects of community and media use, with McLeod, J., Daily, K., Eveland, W., & Bayer, J. American Association for Public Opinion Research. Massachusetts, USA, May 1994.
  58. The impact of traditional and non-traditional forms of political communication in the 1992 presidential election, with McLeod, J., Daily, K., Steele, C., Huang, H., Horowitz, E., & Chen, H. Midwest Association of Public Opinion Research. Chicago, Illinois, USA, Nov. 1993.
  59. An integrative model of values, their antecedents and consequences. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Kansas City, Missouri, USA, Aug. 93.
  60. Perception of well-being as a voting heuristic in the 1992 presidential election, with McLeod, J., Huang, S., & Daily, K. American Association for Public Opinion Research. St. Charles, Illinois, USA, May 1993.
  61. Evaluating models of public support for first amendment rights, with McLeod, J., Huang, K., Reszut, A., & Voakes, P. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (Top paper award). Montreal, Canada, Aug. 1992.
  62. She says, he says: Who believed whom in the senate hearings on the Supreme Court nomination of Clarence Thomas, with McLeod, J., Huang, K., & Kurpius, D. American Association for Public Opinion Research. St. Petersburg, Florida, USA, May 1992.

Professional Publications

  1. Construction of distance: A comparison of local vs. non-local news coverage in Hong Kong press, with Huang, Y., To, Y.,. & Chan, F.. In Shan, B., Shi, Y., & Liu, X. (Eds.) The Intercultural Turn of Journalism and Communication (pp. 171-190) (2011)(距离的建构:香港报章本地与非本地新闻报道之比较)。单波,石义彬,刘学(主编)新闻传播学的跨文化转向
  2. Hybridized Discourse: Social Openness and Functions of English Media in Post-Mao China, with Huang, Y. CSA Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts
  3. Changes for Media Management, with Li, Y. Ming Pao Periodical. (April 2006). Vol. 349. Cover Story
  4. Whodunit: Magazine, Mayhem and Mass Mentality,The Young Reporter, December 2002
  5. Where Soul Resides (translation) (2001). Beijing: China Workers’ Publishing House.
  6. Misleading Messages in Movies (2001). http://net2.hkbu.edu.hk/~studaff/ejournal/press2/articles/t_choice_1.php
  7. Media Blurring Line, China Daily. Dec. 21, 2000 p.6.
  8. Small Things That Count Big, China Daily. Aug. 31, 2000, p.6.
  9. The Fall from Grace of Precision Journalism, China Daily. Aug. 17, 2000, p. 6.
  10. Young China: Time Magazine Special Edition (Translation, entire issue). Oct. 23 2000.
  11. Line between Right and Wrong for Journalist Activities Hard to Draw, Oriental Daily News. Aug. 27, 1997 issue.
  12. Subjectivity in Media News Selection, Oriental Daily News. Aug. 27, 1997 issue.
  13. Views across wide divide: Three academics say survey show people in the SAR are skeptical how much autonomy Beijing will give Hong Kong, with Zhu, J., & Chen, H.  South China Morning Post, July 8, 1997, Analysis page, p. 17.
  14. Keeping differences while pursuing commonality: One step closer to Hong Kong's return to China, Ming Pao, with Zhu J. & Chen, H. July 7, 1997 issue, p. c6.