1. “The Date of Kongwangshan Reconsidered,” Council on East Asian Studies, Yale University, November 2, 2022 (online).
2.“Seven Mountain Monasteries (sansa 山寺) of South Korea: A Virtual Journey into UNESCO World Heritage Sites,” Tsz Shan 慈山 Monastery Buddhist Art Museum, Tai Po (New Territories), Hong Kong, July 17, 2021.
3. “Ming Yongle Emperor’s Patronage of Buddhist Art and Silk Road” (delivered in Korean, Myŏng Yŏngnak Che ŭi pulgyo misul huwŏn kwa shilk’ŭ rodŭ 明 永樂帝의 佛教 美術 後援과 실크로드), Faculty of Distribution and Trade, Woosuk 又石 University, Wanju 完州 (South Korea), February 26, 2021 (via Zoom).
4. Ming 明 (1368-1644) Yongle 永樂 Emperor (1403-24) and Buddhist Art,” Christie’s Hong Kong, May 5 and 12, 2020.
5. “Sanctuaries of Korea: Buddhist Monasteries in the Mountains,” Bonhams Hong Kong, December 10, 2019.
6. “Arts of Koryŏ and Chosŏn Korea: Ceramics and Buddhist Art,” Christie’s Hong Kong, October 24, 2019.
7. “Early Buddhist Inscriptions in China: An Introduction with Case Studies,” Department of History, Universidade de Macau, May 2, 2019.
8. “Six Dynasties Nanjing and the Korean Peninsula,” Mei’an Workshop (Gongzuofang 梅庵工作坊) Series, School of Art, Southeast University (Dongnan Daxue 東南大學), Nanjing (Jiangsu), June 11, 2018.
9. “Persianism and the Domes of Medieval East Asia,” organized by Asia Week Hong Kong, held at Liang Yi 兩依 Museum, Sheung Wan (Hong Kong), May 29, 2018.
10. “Appreciation of Asian Art” (West Asia, India, Southeast Asia, and Central Asia), Education Bureau (EDB), The Government of Hong Kong, April 21 and 28, 2018.
11. “Appreciation: Art of Asian Countries” (Buddhist Art, Indian Art, Central Asian Art, and Dunhuang Art), Education Bureau (EDB), The Government of Hong Kong, April 22 and 29, 2017.
12. “Korea and China: A Brief History of Artistic Interactions,” UNESCO Seoul Office, March 29, 2017.
13. “A Brief History of Korean Art,” The Bei Shan Tang 北山堂 Foundation Museum Professionals Training Workshop, Art Museum of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, March 22, 2017.
14. “The Eastern Han Dome of Lei Cheng Uk 李鄭屋 and the Maritime Silk Road of South China Sea,” The Symposium on Ancient Silk Road Cultures, organized by the Hong Kong Silk Road Culture Association, Hong Kong Central Library, February 4, 2017
15. “Sŏkkuram in Eurasian Context,” Asian Studies Program & Department of History of Art, Vanderbilt University, April 2; Department of Fine Arts, Chinese University of Hong Kong, April 23, 2015.
16. “Early Buddhist Art in Korea: Buddhist Art of Three Kingdoms Korea” (for Fall 2013 Arts of Asia Lecture Series: The Arts and Culture of Korea & Early Japan), Society for Asian Art, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, 30 August 2013.
17. “Art History for Interdisciplinary KAIST,” Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Cultural Science, Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, 26 December 2012.
18. “Sculpture for Worship: The Buddhist Influx and the Cult of Images in Medieval China,” Georgia State University, Atlanta, 27 March 2012; State University of New York-Fashion Institute of Technology, Manhattan, 23 March 2012; Yale University, 19 March 2012; University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Minneapolis, 16 February 2012.
19. “Chungguk ŭi ch’ogi pulkyo myŏngmun: Kogohak kwa kŭmsŏkhak chŏk charyo 中國의 初期 佛敎 銘文: 考古學과 金石學的 資料” [Early Buddhist Inscriptions in China: Archaeological and Epigraphical Data], sponsored by the Department of Archaeology & Art History, Seoul National University (South Korea), 17 June 2011.
20. “Buddhist Influx and the Beginning of the Cult of Images in China,” delivered at Department of Art and Art History, University of Texas at Arlington16 February 2010; Department of Art and Art History, Dickinson College, Carlisle (Pennsylvania), 25 February 2010.