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- Chinese Ways of Being Muslim. Negotiating Ethnicity and Religiosity in Indonesia, Nias Press, Kopenhagen, 2017, 288 S.

- Dakwah 2.0: Digital Dakwah, Street Dakwah and Cyber-Urban Activism of Chinese Muslims in Malaysia and Indonesia. In: Nadja-Christina Schneider, Carola Richter (eds.), New Media Configurations and Socio-Cultural Dynamics in Asia and the Arab World, Baden: Nomos Publishers, 198-221. 

Identiti Cina Muslim di Malaysia. Persempadanan Perundingan & Kacukan Budaya (Chinese Muslims in Malaysia: Boundary-making, Identity Negotiation and Cultural Hybridity), Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, 2014, 250 S.

- Chinese Muslim Cultural Identities: Possibilities and Limitations of Cosmopolitan Islam in Indonesia. In: Bernhard Platzdasch and Johan Saravanamuttu (eds.), Religious Diversity in Muslim-majority States in Southeast Asia: Areas of Toleration and Conflict, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), 173-195.

-Beyond "Chinese Diaspora" and "Islamic Ummah": Various Transnational
Connections and Local Negotiations of Chinese Muslim Identities in Indonesia. In
Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 22 (2), 627–656.

- Making "New" Muslim Places in Urban Malaysia and Indonesia,IIAS Newsletter (67): 9.

- Cosmopolitan Islam and Inclusive Chineseness: Chinese-Style Mosques in Indonesi. In: Chiara Formichi und Carool Kersten (eds.), Religious Pluralism, State and Society in Asia, New York, Routledge religion in contemporary Asia series 2.

- Hybrid Mosques: Mixing Islam and "Chineseness" in Malaysia and Indonesia, TAASA Review: The Journal of the Asian Arts Society of Australia 22(2).

- Making Muslim Spaces in Urban Malaysia and Indonesia, ZMO Bulletin 24 (2013): 4-5.

- Universalising Islam in Malaysia, New Mandala (Malaysia) 8. Web.

- Expressing Chineseness, Marketing Islam: Hybrid Performance of Chinese Muslim Preachers. In: Chang-Yau Hoon, Siew-Min Sai (eds.), Chinese Indonesians Reassessed: History, Religion and Belonging, London and New York: Routledge, 179-199.