Professor Kuah Khun Eng
B.A. (University of Singapore)
Ph.D (Monash University, Australia)
Kuah Khun Eng received her B.A. from the University of Singapore and Ph.D in Anthropology from Monash University, Australia. Prior to the present position, she taught at the University of Melbourne and University of Hong Kong. She was a visiting professor at the University of Paris Diderot; a visiting scholar (1995-96) and a coordinate researcher (2009-10) at Harvard-Yenching Institute, Harvard University and a visiting fellow at Oxford University in June 2013.
She was former head of the Department of Sociology and honorary director of the Centre for Anthropological Research at the University of Hong Kong. She was past president of the Hong Kong Anthropological Association and academic advisor of the strategic advisory committee of the Hong Kong Observatory.
Currently, she serves as member of the international editorial board of Asian Anthropology and China Perspectives. She is also an EXCO member of the International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas (ISSCO); and academic adviser to the Taichung Lechengong Organising Mazu Cultural Research Centre (台中樂成宮成立媽祖文化研究中心), Taiwan.
Research area and Research Interests
Her research focus is on Chinese Diaspora-Mainland Connections; Religion and Politics (focusing on Buddhism), religion, politics and philanthropy, gender and social movements. She conducts her research primarily in Southeast Asia and China.
She is the author of 2 books, editor/co-editor of 7 edited books, guest editor/co-editor of 4 journal issues and numerous journal articles and book chapters. Her book on “Rebuilding the Ancestral Village: Singaporeans in China” has also been published in the Chinese language.
Current Research/Writing Projects
She is currently working on two books based on research on Buddhist philanthropy; and China’s emerging philanthropic landscape; two edited books and co-editing one journal issue.
Research Books/Monographs (Sole Author)
1.柯群英，重建侨乡: 新加坡海外华人在中国 [Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, Rebuilding the Ancestral Village: Singaporeans in China], HKU Press and Global Publishing. (June 2013), x + 230pp.
2.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, Rebuilding the Ancestral Village: Singaporeans in China (2nd Edition), jointly published by HKU Press (January 2011), National University of Singapore Press (May 2011) and Amsterdam University Press (November 2011) xvi + 279pp. 1st edition published by Ashgate Publishing Ltd (Aldershot, England and Brookfield, Vermont, U.S.A.) pp. xv + 284 pp (including maps and tables), (January 2000), xv + 284pp.
3.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, State, Society and Religious Engineering: Towards A Reformist Buddhism, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, pp. xiv + 337 pp (including diagram). (November 2009). [2nd edition] xiv + 337pp. 1st edition published by Times International: Eastern Universities Press, Singapore, pp. viii + 328 pp (including diagram). (April 2003). viii + 328pp.
1.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng and Gilles Guiheux, (eds.) – Social Movements in China: The Expansion of Protest Spaces, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (July 2009), 312pp.
2. Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, (ed.) Chinese Women and The Cyberspace, (Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam Press, May 2008). 275pp.
3.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng and Andrew P. Davidson, (ed.), At Home in the Chinese Diaspora: Memories, Identities and Belongings, (Richmond, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, March 2008), xi + 259pp.
4.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng and E. Hu-DeHart (eds.) - Voluntary Organizations in the Chinese Diaspora, (Hong Kong University Press, 2006), x + 295pp.
5.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, (ed.), Chinese Women and Their Social and Network Capitals (Singapore: Marshall Cavendish International, 2004) vii + 271pp.
6.Zhou Daming and Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng (eds.), Overseas Chinese and the Qiaoxiang Society, <<Qiaoxiang yimin yu difang shehui>> Beijing: Publishing House for Nationality, << Beijing: Minzu chubanshe>> (February 2003) ISBN: 7-105-05426-3 [Chinese title: 华南移民与地方社会] (January 2003), 177pp.
7.Grant Evans, Chris Hutton and Kuah Khun Eng (eds.), Where China Meets Southeast Asia, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies Publication and New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000. (Hardback edition); Institute of Southeast Asian Studies Publication and White Lotus Press. viii + 346pp. (Bangkok) (Paperback edition)
Guest Editor/Co-editor of Focus Journal Issues
1.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng and Jayeel Cornelio, Focus issue editors, "Religious Philanthropy in Asia"; in Asian Journal of Social Sciences, 2015 (43).
2.Khun Eng Kuah-Pearce, Shahamak Rezaei and Thomas Schøtt, Focus issue editors, Innovative Entrepreneurial Endeavours Embedded in Culture in International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Volume 23 (1-2), 2014 (Double Issue) [SSCI, BESI]
3.Khun Eng Kuah-Pearce and Arthur Kleinman, Focus issue editors, Social Suffering and the Cultures of Compassion in a Morally-divided China, in Anthropology and Medicine, April 2014, vol. 21(1). [SCI] [SCImago Journal, Medicine]
4.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, focus issue editor, Locating the Self in the Chinese Diaspora in Asian Studies Review, Volume 30 (3) September 2006. [SSCI]
Articles (Refereed Journals)
1.Chong Gao and Khun Eng Kuah-Pearce, 2015, “Garment Industry in South China: Practising Relational Works”.
2.“Migrant Women Entrepreneurs in the Garment Industry in Modern China: Embedding Translocality and Feminized Guanxi Networks” in International Journal of Business & Globalisation, Spring 2015.
3.“Engendering Buddhist Philanthropy and the Micro-politics of Volunteerism” in Asian Journal of Social Sciences, 2015 (43): 257 - 275.
4.Khun Eng Kuah-Pearce and Jayeel S. Cornelio, "Introduction: Religious Philanthropy in Asia" in Asian Journal of Social Sciences, 2015 (43): 349 - 355.
5.Huang Yedan and Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng*, 2014, “Talent Circulators in Shanghai: Return Migrants and Their Strategies for Success” in Globalisation, Societies and Education Journal, SCCI, online version published on 4 November 2014, [doi:10.1080/14767724.2014.934075], vol 13(2), 2015 [print version] (*Kuah-Pearce is corresponding author)
6.“From Business Networks to Philanthropic Networks: The Case Study of SEE Project” in International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Volune 23 (1-2), 2014: 44 - 62.
7.“Editorial” in International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Volume 23 (1-2), 2014: 1 – 9.
8.“Understanding Suffering and Doing Compassion: The Reach of Socially Engaged Buddhism into China” in Anthropology and Medicine, April 2014, vol. 21(1): 27-42. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13648470.2014.880872] SCCI.
9.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng and Gilles Guiheux, “Nurturing Compassion through care-giving and care-receiving: The Changing Moral Economy of AIDS in China” in Anthropology and Medicine, April 2014, vol. 21(1): 71 – 86. [http://dx/doi.org/10.1080/13648470.2014.880873] SCCI.
10.“Introduction: Social Suffering and the Cultures of Compassion in a Morally-divided China” in Journal of Anthropology and Medicine, April 2014, vol. 21(1): 1 – 7. SCCI. [H-index: 15] [co-authors: Arthur Kleinman and Emily Harrison].
11.Islam, Md. Nazrul and Kuah-Pearce, K.E., 2013, “The Promotion of masculinity and femininity through ayurveda in modern India”, Indian Journal of Gender Studies, Vol. 20(3): 415 - 434, New Delhi: Sage publication. SSCI.
12.“Superwomen or Women with Super Strength: Migrant Women Entrepreneurs in the Garment Industry in Modern China” [女强人抑或强女人：现代中国服装行业中的外来女企业家] in Journal of Guangxi University for Nationalities (广西民族大学学报), October 2013, vol.35 (5): 89 – 96. (CSSI).
13.“Cyberactivism in China: The Internet as a Tool and Method for Social Mobilisation” in Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies Journal, December 2012: vol. 39, pp. 15 – 34.
14.“Anthropologists as Tourism’s Cultural Expert” in Tourism Tribune, December 2012: Vol. 12, pp. 18 – 20. [“人类学家如何成为旅游行业中的文化传家”, 旅游学刊 [CSSI indexed, ISSN: 1002-5006]
15.“Cultural Heritage Conservation and Tourism Development: The Case Example of Bugis Street” in Journal of Guangxi University for Nationalities (2012, vol. 34 (5): 63 – 69. (“文化遗产保护与旅游发展：以新加坡白沙浮为例”，广西民族大学学报), 2012, vol. 34 (5): 63 – 69). ISSN: 1673-8179, CSSI.
16.“Identity and sense of belonging in post-colonial education in Hong Kong” in Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Volume 30 (4) December 2010: 433 – 448. Co-author: Yiu-Chak Fong. [50:50%][International, Routledge] [SSCI].
17.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, and Jason Tan Eng Thye “Editorial Focus: Educational Governance in East Asia: Responding to Globalisation”, in Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Volume 30 (4) December 2010: 1 – 6. [50:50%][International, Routledge] [SSCI].
18.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “Transnational Self in Chinese Diaspora: A Conceptual Framework” in Asian Studies Review Journal – “Locating the Self in the Chinese Diaspora”, Vol. 30 (3) September 2006, pp.223 – 240. [SSCI, AHCI]
19.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “Locating the Self in the Chinese Diaspora: Introductory Remarks” in Asian Studies Review Journal – “Locating the Self in the Chinese Diaspora”, (Vol. 30 (3) September 2006), pp. 217 – 222. [50:50%][International, Routledge]. [SSCI, AHCI][0.349]
20.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “Moralising Ancestors as Socio-moral Capital: A Study of a Transnational Chinese Lineage”, in Asian Journal of Social Sciences, June 2006, vol. 34 (2): 243 – 263. [SSCI].[H-index: 7]
21.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng，Chinese Women and their Network Strategies in (Chinese Cross Currents), [柯群英, “中国女性及其建立社会网络的策略”，神州交流]，April – June 2005, pp. 71 – 91. [Regional, Macau Ricci Institute]
22.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, "Where Anthropology Meets Diaspora Studies: Some Considerations in Qiaoxiang Studies, Journal of Guangxi University For Nationalities, 2005 (July): 27 (4). “人类学与散居人口研究:侨乡研究中的一些注意事”,广西民族学院学报,pp. 55 - 62., [CSSI].
23.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, "Chinese Women and The Strategy of Social Networking", in Chinese Cross Currents, Special Issue on Success and Values, 2005, 2(2): 70 – 91.[Macau Ricci Institute]
24.Kuah Khun Eng, "Cross-Border Trading in South China: Social and Economic Implications" in Histoire et Anthropologie, 2000 (20), pp. 99-128. [International, L’Harmattan]
25.Kuah Khun Eng, "The Moral Economy of Ancestor Worship in a Chinese Emigrant Village" Journal of Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 1999 (23), pp. 99-132. (Special Issue: The Transformation of Social Experience in Hong Kong, Taiwan and China edited by Kleinman, A., Kleinman, J. and Lee, S.) [International, Springer], [SSCI/JPI, SCCI].
26.Kuah Khun Eng, "State, Conservation and Ethnicisation of Little India in Singapore", Urban Anthropology and Studies of Cultural Systems and World Economic Development, 1998, 27 (1), pp. 1 - 48. (renamed Urban Anthropology) [International, Institute for the Study of Man, Inc][SJR]
27.Kuah Khun Eng, "Maintaining Ethno-Religious Harmony in Singapore", Journal of Contemporary Asia, 1998, 28(1): 103-121. [International, Taylor and Francis: Routledge][ISI/JPI/SSCI]
28.Kuah Khun Eng, "Inventing a Moral Crisis and the Singapore State", Asian Journal of Women's Studies, 1997, 3(1), pp. 36-70. [Regional, Ewha Women Universerity, SSCI
29.Kuah Khun Eng, "Negotiating Emigration and the Family: Individual Solutions to the 1997 Anxiety", ANNALS, AAPSS (American Annals of Political and Social Sciences), 1996 (547), pp. 54-67. Special Issue on The Future of Hong Kong. [International, American Annals of Political and Social Sciences][ISI]
30.Kuah Khun Eng, "Buddhism, Moral Education and Nation Building in Singapore", in Pacific Viewpoint (retitled Asia-Pacific Viewpoint) 1991, 32(1), pp.24 42. (International Political Science Abstract --- ABI/Informs) [International, Wiley-Blackwell][ISI]
31.Kuah Khun Eng, "Confucian Ideology and Social Engineering in Singapore" in Journal of Contemporary Asia, 1990, 20(3), pp.371 383. [International, Taylor and Francis: Routledge][JPI/SSCI]
1.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng [柯群英], November 2013，“作为文化资本的天后:19至20世纪美国华商的女神”in 妈祖国际学术研讨会：全球化下妈祖信仰的在地书， 台中市：中市文化局， pp. 353 – 369. “Tianhou as Social Capital: Chinese Trader’s Goddess in 19th – 20th C America”, in Proceedings of the 2013 Mazu International Conference: Local Writings in the Era of Globalisation, Taizhong City: Taizhong Department of Culture.
2.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng [柯群英], November 2013,“新加坡白沙浮街：发展，保护以及旅游文化景观的再造”in 孙九霞编辑《旅游人类学:理论与经验》，广州：社会科学出版社。“Bugis Street in Singapore: Development, Conservation and the reinvention of Tourist Landscape” in Anthropology of Tourism: Theory and Experience, edited by Sun Jiuxia, Guangzhou: Social Sciences Publishing House, pp. 252 – 276.
3.Gilles Guiheux and Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng*, November 2013, “Universalistic Humanitarianism in Mainland China: A case study of a French NGO in Charities in the Non-Western World: The Development and Regulation of Indigenous and Islamic Charities, edited by Brown, R. and Pierce, J., Routledge Press, pp. 171 – 186. (* corresponding author)
4.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng [柯群英], October 2012, “女性與虛擬空間”in《性别觉醒:两岸三地社会性别研究》,谭少薇，叶汉明，黄慧贞和卢家詠编辑， 香港: 商務印書館. “Chinese Women and the Cyberspace” in Gender Awakening: Gender Studies between the Two Straits and Three Places, edited by M.S.M. Tam, Yip H.M., Huang H.Z. and Lu J.Y., Hong Kong: Commercial Press, pp.193 – 211.
5.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng and Huang Yedan, “The Flow of Trader’s Goddess: Tianhou in 19th Century America” in Narratives of Free Trade: The Commercial Cultures of Early US-China Relations, edited by Kendall Johnson, Hong Kong: HKU Press (January 2012), pp. 163 – 176.
6.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, (March 2010), <<序>>，江伯煒，新洲浯民：新加坡金门人的总乡会馆，台湾金门：金门县文化局 (“Forward” in Chiang Po-wei, Kinmen People and Jinmen Clan Association in Singapore, Kinmen, Taiwan: Kinmen County Cultural Office.
7.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng and Gilles Guiheux, “Framing Social Movements in China” in Social Movements in China: Negotiating Protest Spaces, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (July 2009), pp. 9-24.
8.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “Anti-Globalisation Movement as Protest Space in Hong Kong Society” in Social Movements in China: Negotiating Protest Spaces, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, (July 2009), pp. 91 - 116.
9.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “A Strategic Partnership between Buddhism and the State: Delivering Welfare Services in Singapore” in Lai Ah Eng, Religious Diversities and Harmony in Singapore (September 2008), pp. 505-523.
10.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “Diversities and Unities: Towards a Reformist Buddhism in Singapore” in Lai Ah Eng, Religious Diversities and Harmony in Singapore (September 2008), pp. 195 - 214.
11.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “Internet as Social Capital and Social Space: Cyberactivity of Hong Kong and Shanghai Women” in Chinese Women and The Cyberspace, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (May 2008), pp.25 - 47.
12.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “Introduction: Locating Chinese Women in the Cyberspace” in Chinese Women and The Cyberspace, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (May 2008), pp. 11- 24
13.Andrew P. Davidson and Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “Introduction: Diasporic Memories and Identities” in At Home in the Chinese Diaspora: Memory and Belonging, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (March 2008), pp. 1 - 11. [Equal contribution]
14.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “Collective Memories as Cultural Capital: from Chinese Diaspora to Emigrant Hometowns” in At Home in the Chinese Diaspora: Memory and Belonging, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (March 2008), pp.111 - 127.
15.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “The Poetics of Religious Philanthropy: Buddhist Welfarism in Singapore” in Religious Diversity and Civil Society: A Comparative Analysis, edited by Bryan S. Turner (Oxford: Bardwell Press, March 2008), pp. 167 - 185.
16.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, Vom chinesischen religiösen Synkretismus zum Reformbuddhismus: Religiöse Modernisierung in Singapur, in Manfred Hutter (Hg.): Religionsinterne Kritik und religiöser Pluralismus im gegenwärtigen Südostasien, Frankfurt: Peter Lang Verlag, January 2008 (Religionswissenschaft 15), pp. 83-100.
17.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “Flow of Moral Obligations: Chinese Women Feeding their Ancestors”, in Conference Proceedings on The International Conference on Chinese Society and Chinese Studies, 24 – 26 October 2008, Nanjing: Department of Sociology, Nanjing University, pp. 180 – 195.
18.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, "The Worship of Qingshui Zushi and Religious Revivalism in South China" in Tan, Chee-Beng, ed., March 2006, Southern Fujian: Reproduction of Tradition in Post-Mao China, Hong Kong: Chinese Hong Kong University Press, pp. 121 – 144.
19.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng and Evelyn Hu-DeHart, "Introduction: The Chinese Diaspora and Voluntary Associations" in Kuah-Pearce and Hu-Dehart (eds.), Voluntary Organizations in the Chinese Diaspora, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, January 2006, pp. 1-28. [equal contribution]
20.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “The Cultural Politics of Clan Associations in Contemporary Singapore, in Kuah-Pearce and Hu-Dehart (eds.), Voluntary Organizations in the Chinese Diaspora, (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press), January 2006, pp. 53 – 76.
21.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, "Towards Religious Modernity: The Emergency of Engaged Reformist Buddhism in Singapore" in Chinese Mahayana Conference Thesis Collection, Singapore: Singapore Buddhist Federation, 2005: pp. 174 – 208.
22.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, “State, Conservation and Ethnicization: A Case Study of Little India in Singapore” [国家，族群文化保护与族性化：以新加坡的小印度为例], in Zhou Daming and Ma Jianjian (eds.), An Investigation of the Process of Urbanization and the Problems of Ethnic Minorities [城市化进程中的民族问题研究], Beijing: Nationalities Publishing House [北京：民族出版社], November 2005, pp. 223-253.
23.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, "The Cultural Politics of Mainland Chinese Migration to Hong Kong", edited by Chan, Johannes M.M., Immigration Laws and Policies in Hong Kong, Hong Kong: Sweet and Maxwell Asia, 2004, pp. 211 – 226.
24.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, "Introduction" in Kuah-Pearce (ed.), Chinese Women and Their Social and Network Capitals, Singapore: Marshall Cavendish International, 2004, pp.1-20.
25.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, "Cultural and Network Capitals: Chinese Women and the "Religious" Industry in South China" in Kuah-Pearce (ed.), Chinese Women and Their Social and Network Capitals, Singapore: Marshall Cavendish International, 2004, 121-143.
26.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, "Tapping into their Social Networks: Chinese Businesswomen in the Garment Industry in Guangzhou" in Kuah-Pearce (ed.), Chinese Women and Their Social and Network Capitals, Singapore: Marshall Cavendish International, 2004, pp. 144-168. (co-author GAO Chong) [50:50%]
27.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, "The Relationship Between Ancestor Worship and Cultural Capitalism in a Qiaoxiang Village in Fujian, South China" <<Fujian Qiaoxiang zhong wenhua ziben yu jizu de guanxi>> in Overseas Chinese and the Qiaoxiang Society <<Qiaoxiang yimin yu difang shehui>> Beijing: Publishing House for Nationality, << Beijing: Minzu chubanshe>> (February 2003), Zhou Daming and Kuah-Pearce Eng (eds.), co-editor, pp. 51 – 67.
28.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, "Overseas Chinese and the Construction of Qiaoxiang Society" <<huaqiao yu qiaoxiang shehui de jiangou>> in Overseas Chinese and the Qiaoxiang Society, <<Qiaoxiang yimin yu difang shehui>> Beijing: Publishing House for Nationality, << Beijing: Minzu chubanshe>> (February 2003) – Zhou Daming and Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng (eds.), co-editor, pp. 1 –7.
29.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, "Where Anthropology Meets Diaspora Studies: Some Considerations for Emigrant Village (Qiaoxiang) Studies" in Zhou Daming and He Guochiang (eds.), New Perspectives on Cultural Anthropology, Hong Kong: International Yenhuang Cultural Publishing House, 2003, pp. 178 – 192. (柯群英, 2003, "人類學与散居人口研究：僑嚮研究中的一些注意事項",周大鳴，何國強主編《文化人類 學理論新視野學術研討會論文集》,國際炎黃文化出版社2003年12月第1版), pp. 178 – 192.
30.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, "Buddhism in Singapore", in Melton, J. Gordon and Martin Baumann (eds.), Religions of the World: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Beliefs and Practices (vols. 1-4). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio, 2002, vol. 4: 1184 - 1185.
31.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng and Wong Siu-lun "Dialect and Territorial-Based Associations: Cultural and Identity Brokers in Hong Kong" in Hong Kong Reintegrating with China: Political, Cultural and Social Dimensions, edited by Lee Pui-tak, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2001, pp. 203-218.
32.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng and Wong Siu-lun "As Local and Global Cultural Brokers: A Fujianese Territorial Based Association in Hong Kong" in Intercultural Relations, Cultural Transformation and Identity: The Ethnic Chinese, edited by Teresita Ang, Manila: Kaisa Publication, 2000, pp. 226-235.
33.Kuah Khun Eng, "Negotiating Central and Provincial Policies: Border Trading in South China" in Kuah, K.E., Hutton, C. and Evans, G. (eds.), Where China Meets Southeast Asia, pp. 72-99, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000.
34.G. Evans and C. Hutton, Kuah Khun Eng, "Introduction: The Disappearing Frontier?" in Kuah, K.E., Hutton, C. and Evans, G. (eds.), Where China Meets Southeast Asia, pp. 1-6, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000.
35.Kuah Khun Eng, "The Singapore-Anxi Connection: Ancestor Worship As Moral-Cultural Capital" in Douw, L, Huang, C. and Godley, M.R. (ed.), Qiaoxiang Ties: Interdisciplinary Approaches to "Cultural Capitalism" in South China, London: Kegan Paul International, 1999, pp. 143-157.
36.Kuah Khun Eng, "The Split Family Phenomenon: An Emerging New Immigrant Family Structure in Contemporary Hong Kong" in Wang, Gungwu and Wong, J. (eds.), Hong Kong in China: A Year Later, Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1999, pp. 203-230.
37.Kuah Khun Eng, "Rebuilding Their Ancestral Villages: The Moral Economy of the Singapore Chinese" in Wang, G.W. and Wong, J. (ed.), China's Political Economy, Singapore: University of Singapore Press and World Scientific, 1998, pp. 249-276.
38.Kuah Khun Eng, "Doing Anthropology within a Transnational Framework: A Study of the Singapore Chinese and Emigrant Village Ties", in Cheung, S.C.H. (ed.), On the South China Track, Hong Kong: Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1998, pp. 81-109.
39.<<移民与家庭之间的折仲：1997焦虑的个人解决方式>>, in Skidmore, M., 香港与中国, translated by Jian Shi Yuan, Singapore: Toppan Co, 1997, pp. 47 – 61.
40.Kuah Khun Eng, "Negotiating Emigration and the Family: Individual Solution to the 1997 Anxiety", in Skidmore, M., Hong Kong and China: Pursuing a New Destiny, Singapore: Toppan Publishing Company 1996, pp. 54-67.
41.Kuah Khun Eng, "Customary and Legal Marriages: Emerging Trends in Hong Kong" in Ma, J., Chiao, J. and Thoraval, J. (eds.), Marriage Systems and Status of Women in Southern China, Nanning: Guanxi Minority Publishing House, 1994, pp. 141-158. (in Chinese). Co-author: Tam, M.S.M. [50:50%]
42.Kuah Khun Eng, "Bugis Street in Singapore: Development, Conservation and the Reinvention of Cultural Landscape" in M.R. Askew and W.S. Logan (eds.), Cultural Identity and Urban Change in Southeast Asia, Australia: Deakin University Press, 1994, pp. 167-186.
All Other Publications
Audio-visual Teaching Materials, Consulting Reports and Case Studies
1.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, 2012, Tulou and The Hakka People, CD and e-book (RA: Jin Hong).
2.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, 2012, Kaiping Diaolou and the Chinese Diaspora Connection, CD and e-book (RA: Jin Hong).
3.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, 2012, Lifestyle Heritage of Tai-O, CD and e-book (RA: Cheung Wai Lung and Tse, S.C.N.)
4.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng and Tang Hei Hang, Hayes (Compiler), Preliminary Conference Proceedings, the First International Symposium on Chinese Women and their Network Capital, (Department of Sociology, University of Hong Kong, June 20-21), 2002, pp. 308.
5.Kuah Khun Eng, A Study of the Relationship of Contaminated Shellfish, Consumption Patterns and Health Risk, A Report prepared for the Environmental Protection Department, Hong Kong, SAR. Principal Investigator, 1998, 61 pp.
6.Kuah Khun Eng, "Of Gods, Ancestors and Hungry Ghosts" in Criticism, Heresy and Interpretation, 1989, 3(l), pp. 91 96.
1.Kuah-Pearce Khun Eng, Chinese Femininities/ Chinese Masculinities, edited by Susan Brownell and Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom, 2002, Berkeley: University of California Press in China Perspectives, 2003 (50): 85-86 (November-December issue).
2.Kuah Khun Eng, "Cantonese Society in a Time of Change" by Goran Aijmer and Virgil K.Y. Ho, 2000, Hong Kong: Chinese University Press in Journal of Oriental Studies, 1999 (XXXVII: 1): 94-96.
3.Kuah Khun Eng, "Race and State in Independent Singapore 1965-1990" by J. Clammer, 1998, Aldershot, England: Ashgate Publishing Ltd. (Book review) in Asian Ethnicity, 2000, 1(2): 173-174.
4.Kuah Khun Eng, "Training the Body for China: Sports in the Moral Order of the People's Republic" by Susan Brownell, Asian Studies Review, 1997: 21 (2 and 3): 240-241.
5.Kuah Khun Eng, "The Saga of Anthropology in China: From Malinowski to Moscow to Mao", ed. Gregory E. Guldin, ASAA Review (November Issue, 1995, 19 (2), pp. 116-118.
1.Smart, J., Huang, C., Pang, C.L. and Kuah, K.E., Negotiating Chinese Immigrant Food in a Global Setting, IIAS Newsletter, 1998, June 19: 30-31.