1. (Catalogue entries) Lai Suk-yee ed., Enlightening Elegance: Imperial Porcelain of the Mid to Late Ming, The Huaihaitang Collection. Hong Kong: Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2012, cats. 28, 29, 37, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 70, 71.
2. (Co-ed.) Chan Yuk-keung, Hong Kong Visual Arts Yearbook 2008. Hong Kong: Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2009.
3. (Co-ed.) Chan Yuk-keung, Hong Kong Visual Arts Yearbook 2007. Hong Kong: Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2008.
4. (Catalogue entries) Yau Chi On and Yau Hok Wa eds., The Studio and the Altar: Daoist Art in China. Hong Kong: Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2008, cats. III:09、10、11、12、IV:04、06、07、18、19、28、V:02、03、04.
5. Department of Fine Arts at 50 The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Department of Fine Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2007.
6. (Co-ed.) Cheng Pei-kai & Li Guo, The Proceedings of the International Conference of Chinese Ceramics and Maritime Trade, 12th-15th Century. Hong Kong: Chung Hwa Book Co. (HK) Ltd., 2005.
7. (Co-ed.) Cheng Pei-kai, Li Guo, Wong Wai Yee, China Westward: Bibliography and Research Guide: Chinese Porcelain and East-West Maritime Trade, 12th to 15th C. Hong Kong: Chung Hwa Book Co. (HK) Ltd., 2005.
8. (Co-authored) Cheng Pei-kai, Li Guo, Wong Wai Yee, China Westward: Chinese Export Ceramics from 12th C. to 15th C. Hong Kong: Chinese Civilization Centre, City University, 2003.
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3. “Chapter 15: Enshrining the Dark Troops: The Printing of Daoist Books in the Early Ming Dynasty,” in Craig Clunas and Jessica Harrison-Hall ed., Ming China: Courts and Contacts, 1400-1450(London: British Museum Press, 2016, pp. 134-142.
4. “Daoist Scripture Frontispieces and Their Archetypes,” Religion and The Arts20 (2016), pp. 197-230.
5. “Daoist Image and Its Efficacy: The Frontispieces to the Wanli Emperor’s Yushu jing.” Artibus Asiae, vol. 75, no.1, 2015 (forthcoming).
6. “Interactions between Daoist Rituals and Scriptural Illustrations in the Ming dynasty—A Case Study of the Duren jing.” In Deng Fei ed. Proceedings of the Conference of Ritual and Image: The Integration of Chinese Religion and Art (Beijing: Zhonghua shuju, 2015) accepted and forthcoming.
7. “Research on the Ming Daozang Edition of the Sancai dingwei tu: A Daoist Cosmological Pantheon in the Reign of the Northern Song Emperor Huizong.” Taida Journal of Art History, vol. 33, 2012, pp. 113-162, 344.
8. “Grotto-heavens in West Park: Daoist Motifs on Jiajing Imperial Porcelains.” In Lai Suk-yee ed. Enlightening Elegance: Imperial Porcelain of the Mid to Late Ming, The Huaihaitang Collection,” (Hong Kong: Art Museum, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2012), pp. 42-61.
9. (Co-authored) Cheng Pei-kai, Li Guo, Yu Kwan-ngok, Fan Mengyuan, “Cultural Significance of Ceramics Excavated from Northwest Region of Hong Kong,” Cultural Relics of the East 45, 2012, pp. 23-34.
10. (Co-authored) Cheng Pei-kai, Li Guo, Leung Po-lau, Wong Wai Yee, Fan Mengyuan, “Excavated Ceramics as Hong Kong History: Tuen Mun and Yuen Long from 9th to 15th Century,” Studies of Underwater Archaeology 1 (Aug 2012), pp. 219-254.
11. (Co-authored) Cheng Pei-kai, Li Guo, Yu Kwan-ngok, Fan Mengyuan, “Archaeological Study of Ceramics in Hong Kong and Export Trade from the 9th to 15th Century,” Fujian Wenbo, no.2, 2011, pp. 19-31.
12. “Daoist Woodblock Prints: A Study of the Illustrations and Dating of the Glossed Yushu Baojing Collected in the British Library,” Daoism: Religion, History and Society 2, 2010, pp. 135-183.
13. “Building an Immortal Land: The Ming Jiajing Emperor’s West Park,” Asia Major 3rd series, vol. 22, part 2, 2009, pp. 65-99.
14. “Jiajing Emperor and His Auspicious Words,” Archives of Asian Art 57, 2008, pp. 95-120.
15. “Jiajing Official Porcelain and Daoist Belief of the Court: A Case Study of the Eight Tragrims,” in Li Song ed., New Discussion on Daoist Art—Proceedings of the First International Conference on Daoist Art (Jinan: Shandong Meishu Chubanshe, 2008), pp. 378-387.
16. “Motifs with an Intention: Reading the Eight Trigrams on Official Porcelain of the Jiajing Period (1522－1566),” Artibus Asiae, vol. LXIII, no. 2, 2003, pp. 191-221.