Interested in traditional readings of the Zhuangzi. Lectures in General Education and Philosophy.


o The Book of Zhuangzi, The Hsu-Tang Library of Classical Chinese LiteratureOxford University Press (with Christoph Harbsmeier) (In progress)

Monk Yaodi Roasts Zhuangzi: Fang Yizhi on Zhuangzi and Human Flourishing, Ph.D. Dissertation, National University of Singapore (2020)


o “Qian Mu Reads Zhuangzi: Regarding “There Has Not Yet Begun to be a ‘There Has Not Yet Begun to be Nothing’”,” Asian Philosophy, 32(2) (2022)

o 方以智注莊周夢蝶” 故事的翻譯與注解  An Annotated Translation of Fang Yizhis Commentary on Zhuangzis Butterfly Dream Story, Monumenta Serica, 70(2) (2022)

o “A Couple Nagging Interpretive Difficulties in Zhuangzi Studies vis-à-vis William James on the Ethics and Psychology of Belief,” Frontiers of Philosophy in China, 14(4) (2019)

o 以何莫邪 (Christoph Harbmeister) 的 論點否定賴蘊慧 (Karyn Lai) 與凱文· 德拉普 (Kevin Delapp) 所指出的早期儒家認識論的特性”  “Christoph Harbsmeier contra Karyn Lai and Kevin DeLapp on the Epistemological Characteristics of Early Confucianism,” Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture, 30 (2018)

o “Two Paradigmatic Strategies for Reading Zhuang Zi’s “Happy Fish” Vignette as Philosophy: Guo Xiang’s and Wang Fuzhi’s Approaches,” Comparative Philosophy, 9(2) (2018)

o “The Vanishing Wild Card: Challenges and Implications of Ziporyns Zhuangzi,” Philosophy East & West, 67(1) (2017)

o “The Radiance of Drift and Doubt: Zhuangzi and the Starting Point of Philosophical Discourse,” Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy, 16(1) (2017)