“Opening the Great Wall” [开放长城], Chinese text translated by Mao Weidong, in Pain in Soul: Performance Art and Video Works by He Chengyao [心灵之痛:何成瑶的行为艺术及影像], Shanghai: Zendai Museum of Modern Art, 50-66.

“Ocean Paradise,” Journal of Visual Culture 6(3): 419-435. (pdf)

“What Women Will Have Been: Reassessing Feminist Cultural Production in China,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 31(4): 941-66. (pdf)

“On Curating Cruel/Loving Bodies,” Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art 3(2): 17-36.

“Cruel/Loving Bodies: Crossing the Line” [Ku/ai shenti: kuayue jiexian], abridged version in Chinese translated by Gao Jin, Yishu Dangdai [Art China] 3(4): 72-73; full Chinese version in Jinri Xianfeng [Avant- Garde Today] 13:119-130.

“The Guige of Contemporary Chinese Art” [Zhongguo dangdai yishu zhi guige], in Chinese translated by Ning Meng, Shan Hu [Mountain Flowers], April 2004.

“Take One: Cruel/Loving Bodies,” Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art 2(3): 4-7. Served as assistant editor and translator for this special issue on “Women Artists.”

“Being Between,” ColorLines: Race, Culture, Action, 6(2): 31-33.

“The Long March to Lugu Lake: A Dialogue with Judy Chicago,” Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, 1(3): 69-75.

“Living Elsewhere in 16 Steps,” with Wendy Call, Chain 9 (summer 2002): 59-69.

“Traveling Artists, Traveling Art, Ethnographic Luggage,” Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, 1(2): 4-12.

“Urban Archaeology, Or Digging Around the New New” in New Urbanism: Chinese Contemporary Art [Chinese and English], Lu Dong and Zhang Zhaohui, eds., Macao: Macao Publishing House [Aomen chubanshe] with the Guangdong Museum of Art, 2002, 61-71.

“Eating Lychees,” Flyway Literary Review 6(3)/7(1)(spring 2002): 13-15.

“My Grandmother Never Talks About Departures,” Hedgebrook Journal 3(2): 23-26.

“After One Hundred Year Countdown Chinese Finally Shout ‘Zero,’” Pacific News Service, July 20, 2001.

“Cultural(ist) Articulations of National(ist) Stakes,” Virginia R. Domínguez with Sasha S. Welland, in From Beijing to Port Moresby: The Politics of National Cultural Policies, Virginia R. Domínguez and David Y.H. Wu, eds., New York: Gordon and Breach, Inc., 1998, 1-31.