Education Background:
Ph.D. (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
M.Phil. (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
M.A. (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)
B.A. (Sun Yat-sen University)
Office Address

Room 223, Zhixin Building


Social History of South China, history between China and West, Chinese diaspora history



1. Di Mao, "Commerce and Charity in the Plague Period of Macao: A Study of Family of Ho Lin Vong (1894-1915)" (Aomen shuyi shiqi de shangye yu cishan: yi He lianwang jiazu wei li (1894-1915) 澳门鼠疫时期的商业与慈善: 以何连旺家族为例(1894-1915)), Journal of Macao History Research 澳门历史研究, vol.15 (2016), pp. 252-263.

Book chapter:

1. Di Mao, "A different model of  hygienic modernity:  Encoutering plague in Macau in 1895," in Chi-cheung Choi, Tomoko Shiroyama and Venus Viana (eds.), Strenuous Decades: Global Challenges and Transformation of Chinese Societies in Modern Asia, Berlin: De Gruyter, 2022, pp. 81-102.

2. 毛迪,〈孙中山与近代香山澳门慈善组织〉,朱健刚、武洹宇主编,《广府慈善文化拼图》,北京:中国社会科学出版社,2020,页149-165

Book review:

1. Review of: Mingming Wang, “The West as the Other: A Genealogy of Chines Occidentalism”. Journal of History and Anthropology, vol. 13, no.1 (2015), pp. 147-150.

Conference Paper:

1. 09/2020 “Deaths at the Crossroads: Chinese Burial Management in Wartime Macau (1941-1945)”, paper presented at AAS-in-Asia 2020 Asia at the Crossroads: Solidarity through Scholarship.

2. 11/2017 “Encountering Plague: Chinese Death Management in Macao in 1895”, paper presented at the 11th Regional Conference of the International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas (ISSCO), Nagasaki, Japan.

3. 03/2017 “Centenary Rise and Fall: Zhongyuan Shuilu Chaoyou of Tung Sin Tong”, paper presented at Bon, Zhongyuan, and the Seventh Month Celebration in Modern Asia: Ritual between Other World and This World, National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan.

4. 09/2016 “Commerce and Charity: He Family during 1894-1915”, paper presented at Macao and the World in Age of Discovery, Associations of Study of History and Culture of Macao, Macao.

5. 03/2015 “Qiaoxiang, Overseas Chinese and Charity Network: Repatriation of Human Remains to Chungshan During the Modern China”, paper presented at International Graduate Historical Studies Conference, Central Michigan University, U.S.A.