Associate Professor and Director of Global Studies Programme, Faculty of Social Science

Director of Master of Global Political Economy Programme, Faculty of Social Science

Co-Director of International Affairs Research Centre, Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies


Description: Description: Description: IMG_3072 (2)Prof. SHEN Xu Hui Simon 沈旭暉


BA (Political Science and History, summa cum laude), 
MA (Political Science), Yale University;

D.Phil., (Politics and International Relations), University of Oxford



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Hui Yeung Shing Building,

Chung Chi College,

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 
Shatin, NT,

Hong Kong






Trained as an international relations scholar, Prof. Simon Shen is an Associate Professor and Director of both Global Studies Programme and the Master of Global Political Economy Programme in the Faculty of Social Science, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. In the meantime, he is also serving as the Co-Director of International Affairs Research Centre in the Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies in the same University. He got his DPhil degree from University of Oxford's Department of Politics and International Relations in 2006, and his MA/BA degrees in political science and history from Yale University in 2000. He worked at the University of Warwick and Brookings Institution's Center of Northeast Asian Studies as a Visiting Fellow in 2011 and 2010 respectively. His current researches include Chinese nationalism and Chinese foreign policy, external relations of Hong Kong, anti-terrorism and regional security in Asia, among others.

Prof. Shen is an active researcher who has published dozens of academic research articles in leading internationally refereed journals, including China QuarterlyChina ReviewJournal of Contemporary China, Pacific ReviewPacific AffairsAsian SurveyTerrorism and Political Violence, among others (inc. accepted and forthcoming articles). He is holding various adjunct professorships and honorary researcher positions in a number of universities and institutes all over the world, including the Development Research Center of the State Council of People's Republic of China. As a frequent speaker on global issues and a regular commentator on international relations on top of his academic identity, he is appointed to join public services by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government in various committees and the Central Policy Unit, and is also the founder of Global Studies Institute in Hong Kong, director and head of international relations research center of the Hong Kong Policy Research Institute, publisher of the monthly Global Studies Journal in Chinese, and the Founding Chancellor of the Roundtable Network, a platform of young social scientists in Hong Kong.


Research Interests

l   Chinese Diplomacy

l   Chinese Nationalism

l   Terrorism and Regional Security

l   External Relations of Hong Kong

l   Sub-sovereignty in International Relations

l   Youth Affairs and Education of Hong Kong


Courses taught

·            GLBS2101 History of Globalization

·            GLBS3101 Theories of Globalization

·            GLBS3102 Global Governance and International Law

·            GPEC5206 Hong Kong External Relations and Global Political Economy

·            GPEC5502 Topical Studies in Global Political Economy (II)


Selected Publications

A.       Academic Books


1.           Multi-dimensional Diplomacy of Contemporary China (ed. With Jean-Marc Blanchard). New York: Rowman & Littlefield (Lexington Books), 2010.

2.           Online Chinese Nationalism and China’s Bilateral Relations (ed. With Shaun Breslin). New York: Rowman & Littlefield (Lexington Books), 2010. [Chinese Translation to be published by University of Hong Kong Press, 2011]

3.           Redefining Nationalism in Modern China: Sino-American Relations and the Emergence of Chinese Public Opinions in the 21st Century. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

[Chinese Translation to be published by Chinese University of Hong Kong Press, forthcoming.]

4.           Chinese Response to Anti-terrorism (ed.) New York: Nova Science Publishing, 2007.


5.           Non-state Actors and Foreign Affairs of the Greater China Region [非國家個體與大中華地區的整合] (ed. with Joseph Cheng). Hong Kong: City University Press, 2007.

A.    Refereed Academic Journal Articles

English in Social Science Citation Index:

6.           “Potential Danger in Domestic Debate Constructing a Cuban Shangri-la: Online Chinese Perceptions of Cuba and Implications for Sino-Cuban Relations”, China: An International Journal (forthcoming).

7.           “Ugandan Youths’ Perception of Sino-Ugandan Relations,” Asian Perspective (as first author, with Ian Taylor), 2013.

8.          The Hidden Face of Comradeship: Popular Chinese Consensus on the DPRK and its Implications for Beijing’s Policy”, Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 21(75), May 2012, P.427-443.

9.           Future Comparative Competitiveness under the Same Chinese Roof: A Survey of Self-evaluation from Local and Mainland Students in Hong Kong”, Chinese Education and Society, Vol.45, No.2, March-April 2012, P.38-59.

10.         “Online Chinese Perceptions of Latin America: How They Differ from the Official View”, China Quarterly, No.209, March 2012, P.157-177.

[Authorized to be included as a chapter “Online Chinese Perceptions of Latin America: How They Differ from the Official View”, China and Latin America (Eds. Julia Strauss and Ariel Armony, Cambridge Unviersity Press) (forthcoming)].

11.         “'Obamania' in China and its Yielding to Nationalism – Quantitative Response from Elitist Chinese Students in Beijing Towards the 2008 US Election and Structural Analysis”, China Review, Vol. 11, No. 2, Fall 2011, P.183-210.

12.         “Exploring the Neglected Constraints on Chindia: Analyzing the Online Chinese Perception of India and its Interaction with China’s Indian Policy”, China Quarterly, No.207, September 2011, P.541-560.

13.         Does Proximity Encourage Tolerance and Less State-centrism? – Dismissing Monolithic Chinese Youth Perception of Terrorism and Security in a Comparative Regional Study”, Terrorism and Political Violence (as first author, with Liu Peng), 2010.

14.         "Re-branding without Re-developing: Constraints of Hong Kong’s ‘Asia’s World City’ Brand (1997-2007) ", Pacific Review, April 2010.

15.         “Online Perception versus Official Projection: Mainland Chinese Response toward the Prelude and Early Years of President Ma Ying-jeou (2007-2009)”, Issues and Studies, 45, No. 4 (December 2009), P.35-70.

16.         "A Constructed Unreality on China's Re-entry into Africa: The Chinese Online Community Perception of Africa (2006-2008)", The Journal of Modern African Studies, Vol.47, No.3, September 2009, P.425-448.

[Authorized to be revised and translated as “Views on Africa in the Chinese Virtual Domain”, 21st Century [二十一世紀] , 2011.]

17.         "Misinformation or Misinterpretation? Chinese University Students' Perception of Anti-terrorism", Asian Survey (as first author, with Liu Peng), Vol.49, No.3, May/June 2009, P.553-573.

18.         "Borrowing the Hong Kong Identity for Chinese Diplomacy: Implications of Margaret Chan's World Health Organization Campaign," Pacific Affairs, Vol.81, No.3, Fall 2008, P.361-382.

19.         "Reshaping Nationalism: Chinese Intellectual Response towards Sino-American and Sino-Japanese Relations in the 21st Century" (as first author, with Cheung Mong), Pacific Review, Vol.20, No.3, September 2007, P.475-497.

20.         "SARS Diplomacy of China and Taiwan," Asian Perspective, Vol.28, No.1, March 2004, P.45-66.

English in the International Political Science Abstracts, Historical Abstracts, America: History and Life, Sociological Abstracts, Social Services Abstracts, Worldwide Political Science Abstracts, EBSCO Database, Bibliography of Asian Studies, Geobase, International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS), International Development Abstracts, PAIS International, SCOPUS; among other Indexes:

21.         “The Cultural Side-effects of the Sino-Soviet Split: The Influence of Albanian Movies in China in the 1960s”, Modern China Studies (as first author with Cho-kiu Li, forthcoming).


22.         “Integration of Chinese and South Asians: Education of South Asian Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong as a Case Study”. Policy Research Center Journal, Vol.2, no.1, January 2013, P.186-198. And in Regional Integration: SAARC, Dhaka: Policy Research Center, 2013, P.18-25.


23.         “The Return of the US to Asia-Pacific: Analyzing Obama’s Grand Strategy from the Offensive Realist Perspective in China”. Strategic Review, July-September 2012.


24.         “Have Nuclear Weapons Made the DPRK a Rough State? – Studying the Korean Peninsula Crisis from the Waltzian Theory”, Journal of Comparative Asian Development, Vol. 10, Issue 2, 2011.

25.         “The Role of Hong Kong Enterprises in Sino-Latin American Relations: Lee Ka-shing’s Port Diplomacy as an Example”, Estudios de Asia y Africa (forthcoming) (in Spanish).

[Translated version in Chinese published as a conference article in Conferencia Internacional “El Futuro de las Relaciones entre Asia y America Latin” Colecciion de Ponencias (Taiwan Chilee Institute), April 2011.]

26.         “Will the Chinese Leave some Turkmen Gas for the Europeans?” Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence, Vol.10, Issue 5, October 2012 (with G.C. Leung).

27.         “Qualitative Energy Diplomacy in Central Asia: A Comparative Analysis of the Policies of the US, Russia and China”, Brookings Institution CNAPS Working Paper, May 2011.


[Authorized to update from: “Great Power Politics: Ideological Energy Diplomacy in Central Asia in the 21st Century and India’s Absence from the Scene,” China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly, 2010.]

28.         “Online Chinese Nationalism”, Chatham House Asia Programme Paper: ASP PP 2010/03 (with Shaun Breslin), 2010.

[Authorized to be revised from "When China Plugged In: Structural Origins of Online Chinese Nationalism" (with Shaun Breslin), in Online Chinese Nationalism and China’s Bilateral Relations (eds. Simon Shen and Shaun Breslin), New York: Rowman & Littlefield (Lexington Books), 2010.]

29.         “Failure of the Saffron Revolution and Aftermath: Revisiting the Transitologist Assumption,” Journal of Comparative Asian Development (with Chi-yuen Chan), 2010.

[Authorized revised version included as a chapter: "Myanmar's Troubled Democratization Process" (with Chan Chi-yuen), in Public Governance and the Limits of Electoral Democracy (eds. Ho Lok-sang and Brian Bridges), London: Edward Elgar, 2010.]

30.         "The Bottom-level Alienation Phenomenon Arising from the Town-level Direct Election in China," Journal of Chinese Political Studies, 2010.

[Authorized to be updated and translated from "The Bottom-level Alienation Phenomenon Arising from the Town-level Direct Election in China," in Yielding Power to Peasants: Responding to Direct Election [給農民讓權﹕直選的回聲] (ed. Liu Yawei), Xi'an: Northwest University Publishing, 2002, P.163-176.]

31.         "Dual Identity in Online Reaction to the Beijing Olympics: The Hong Kong Golden Forum as a Case-study”, Asian Politics & Policy, Vol.1, No.2, April/June 2009, P.333-337.

32.         "Alternative Online Chinese Nationalism: Response to the Anti-Japanese Campaign in China on Hong Kong's Internet," Intercultural Communication Studies, Vol.XVII:3, 2008, P.172-186.

[Translated Chinese version authorized to publish in the Japanese journal Contemporary China Study, No.28, March 2011, P.122-133]

33.         "The Chinese Intellectual Response to the US War on Terror (2001-2003)," Journal of Chinese Political Science, Vol.12, No.3, December 2007, P.237-280.

34.         "Holding Nationalist Flags against Red Flags – Anti-American Icons in Contemporary China and their Reconstruction by the Public (1999-2003)," East Asia: An International Quarterly, Vol.24, No.3, September 2007, P.229-250.

35.         "Hong Kong-US Relations and the Response to Counter-terrorism," The Journal of Comparative Asian Development, Vol.6, No.2, Fall 2007, P.311-336.

36.         "The Emergence of Youth Organizations: Another Means of Social Participation" (with Leo Sham), Journal of Youth Studies, Vol.10, No.2, July 2007, P.229-250.

37.         "Sino-US Green Diplomacy: Studying the Princeton Environmental Report from the Chinese Perspective" (with Hongyuan Yu), Politika Annual Journal, 2007, P.27-32.

38.         "Nationalism or Nationalist Foreign Policy? Contemporary Chinese Nationalism and its Role in Shaping the Chinese Foreign Policy in Response to the Belgrade Embassy Bombing," Politics, Vol.24, No.2, April 2004, P.122-130.

39.         "Inventing the Romantic Kingdom in its Initial Stages: The Resurrection and Legitimization of the Shu Han Kingdom Before the Romance of the Three Kingdoms," Journal of East Asian History, No.25/26, June/December 2003, P.25-42.


40.         “Upward Mobility of Hong Kong Youths: A Quantitative Analysis” (with Gary Wong), Hong Kong Journal of Social Science [香港社會科學學報] (forthcoming).

41.         “Taiwan-Hong Kong Relations after 2012” (with Wang-leung Ting), Paper for Conference on Cross-Strait Relations after 2012 (Chinese Culture University), May 2011.

42.         "Comparison between the Structural Issues of Village-level Elections in China and Regional Elections in Hong Kong” (with Wilson Chan), Tsinghua University’s Public Management Review [清華大學公共管理評論], 2010.

43.         “Analyzing ETIM from the Quintuple Ecological System of Non-state Actors”, 21st Century [二十一世紀], 2010.

44.         "New Sino-US Economic Conflict in 2007: Product Security and Protectionism" (with Lee Chun-wing), International Review [上海國際問題研究所國際問題論壇], Vol.53, December 2008, P.85-101

[Authorized to update from Occasional Paper of HKIAPS, CUHK, December 2008].

45.         "Decline of Hong Kong as a Showcase for Taiwan: The Rise and Fall of Non-State Actors in Hong Kong–Taiwan Relations" (with Jackie Fung), Hong Kong Journal of Social Science [香港社會科學學報] , Vol.34, Spring 2008, P.113-130.

[Authorized to revise and translate into English as “Affect of Regime Changes on Non-State Actors in Taiwan-Hong Kong Relations (1997-2010): Publicly and Privately Affiliated Think Tanks as Cases-studies”, Asian Politics & Policy, Vol.2, Issue 4, December 2010.]

46.         "Evolution of Chinese Nationalism from the Three People's Principles to Peaceful Rise: The Iraqi War as a Case-study," Sunology Research of National Dr Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall [孫學研究] (Taipei), Vol.2, May 2007, P.105-159.

47.         "From Aid Diplomacy to Strategic Diplomacy: Transformation and Upgrade of Japan's Central Asian Foreign Policy" (with Liu Peng), Journal of Academy of Chinese Social Science Japanese Studies Center [日本學刊], Vol.98, No.2, April 2007, P.34-46.

48.         "From Strategic Alliance to Ideology-based Organization: A Study on the Developmental Path and Dynamism of Shanghai Cooperation Organization" (with Liu Peng), Xi'an Jiaotong University Journal (Social Science Edition) [西安交通大學學報(社會科學版)], Vol.27, No.2, March 2007, P.67-76.

49.         "Comparative Analysis on Legislative Hearing Systems Overseas", Chinese Academy of Social Science's Journal of Political Science [政治學研究], Vol.58, No.1, March 2003, P.104-111 (with Xue Lan and Peng Zongchao).

B.    Refereed Academic Book Chapters / Conference Papers


50.         “The Fall of the Apotheosis of Barack Obama and ‘Obamania’ in China? Quantitative Responses from Elitist Chinese Students in 2008 and 2012”, Conference on Sino-US relations by University of Southern California, November 2013.

51.         “The 2013 Sino-Indian Border Conflicts: Analyzing the Different Perceptions in China and India”, in the conference on “2013 The Rise of India and China and the New Asian Landscape”, by Institute of International Relations of National Chengchi University 2013.

52.         Challenges for Developing International Relations Research in Hong Kong after 1997”, in Institute of International Relations of National Chengchi University 60th Anniversary Conference 2013.

53.         “From the EP-3 Incident to the USS Kitty Hawk-Song Class Submarine Encounter: The Evolution of Sino-US Crisis Management Communication Mechanism”, in Jean-Marc Blanchard and Simon Shen Eds, Sino-US Relations, Lexington (as first author with Ryan Kaminski) (forthcoming).


[Authorized to update from Occasional Paper of HKIAPS, CUHK, 2010]

54.         Rediscovering the Global Setting of a Local Crisis: The 1967 Riots in Hong Kong and its Interaction with the Cold War”, Presentation on the Transpacific China in the Cold War Conference of University of Texas at Austin 2013 (with Samson Yuen).

55.         “Media and Internet in China”, in Handbook of Chinese Politics (with Gary Tang) (forthcoming).

56.         “Anti-terrorism and China’s Foreign Policy”, in China and Global Politics (ed. Paul Andre), France: les presses du septentrion (forthcoming).

57.         “Achievements and Limitations in the Grey Area: External Relations of Hong Kong in the Tsang Administration”, in Hong Kong under Tsang Administration (Ed. Joseph Cheng, City University of Hong Kong Press), 2013.

[Authorized to be updated from “Hong Kong’s External Space: A Grey Area”, Hong Kong Journal, Issue 21, April 2011.]

[Authorized to be revised and translated into a Chinese version, “Constructing East Asia: Constituents Besides Nations by Using Hong Kong External Relations as an Example”, in Theories of East Asia, Ed. Alan Yang, Taipei: National Chengchi University (forthcoming).]

58.         “Sub-sovereignty of Hong Kong and its External Relations”, in Aspects of Sovereignty (ed. Guobin Zhu and Per Sevastik) (forthcoming).

59.         “Hong Kong-Middle East Relations: Theorizing its Contribution to Chinese Diplomacy and Hong Kong Society”, in China-Middle East Political Relations, Singapore: National University of Singapore (forthcoming).

60.         “Contemporary Chinese Foreign Policy”, in Handbook for Contemporary China (eds. Alvin So and William Tay), Singapore: World Scientific. (forthcoming)

61.         "The SARS Crisis and Crisis Management in Hong Kong", in Crisis Management of China in the SARS Crisis (eds. Eric Stern et al), New York: Lexington Books, 2011.

[Authorized updated and translated version from: "Crisis Management System of Hong Kong," in Crisis Management Research Report in Urban China 2005 [中國城市危機管理研究報告2005] (eds. Beijing Municipal Education Committee et al), Beijing: Tongxin Publishing, 2005, P.214-233.]

62.         “Territorial Fragility and the Future of Tibet: Sub-sovereignty, Problems and Theoretical Solutions”, in Managing Fragile Regions: Methods and Application (eds. Rongxing Guo and Carla Freeman), New York: Springer, 2010.

[Authorized to be revised from “Could the Soviet–Ukrainian and Lateran Models Work in China? – New Geopolitical Concepts of Post-Westphalian Sovereignty for the Tibetan Question”, CUHK Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies Occasional Paper, 2010.]

63.         "Popular Participation: Internet, Civil Society and Diverse Publics", in Handbook of Chinese International Relations (ed. Shaun Breslin), London: Routledge, 2010.

64.         "Multidimensional Diplomacy and the Changing Nature of Chinese Foreign Policy", in China's Strategic Role in Asian-Pacific Region (ed. With Jean-Marc Blanchard). New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2010.


65.         "Online Chinese Nationalism(s): Comparisons and Findings " (with Shaun Breslin), in Online Chinese Nationalism and China’s Bilateral Relations (eds. Simon Shen and Shaun Breslin), New York: Rowman & Littlefield (Lexington Books), 2010.

66.         "Sino-ASEAN Relations: An Ever Closer Union?" (with Laura Chu and Leo Sham), in A Tale of Two Regions: China's Pan-PRD and ASEAN – Cooperation for Mutual Benefit, Hong Kong: Lingnan University / Hong Kong Policy Research Institute, 2007, P.106-142.

67.         "The Camouflage of the Sino-American Clash of Civilizations in the Belgrade Embassy Bombing in 1999: From Rhetoric to Actual Clashes," in Challenging the Hypothesis of the Clash of Civilizations (eds. Lise Garon and El-Mostafa Chadli), Quebec: University of Laval, 2003, P.179-206. [In French]


68.         “Chinese Regional Governments and Chinese Foreign Policy in the Coming Decade”, Conference on “China’s Policy Towards Asia-Pacific Region in the Coming Decade”, organized by Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taiwan (forthcoming).

69.         “Studying Hong Kong’s External Relations via Movies”, in Hong Kong: Cosmopolitan Imagination and Cultural Memory, Beijing: Peking University Press (forthcoming).

70.         "Global Terrorism" (with Liu Peng), in Introducing Western International Relations Theories (eds. Wang Jianwei and Hua Shiping), Beijing: Renmin University Press, 2010.

71.         "Contemporary Chinese Nationalism: Double-edge Sword of Chinese Diplomacy?", in People’s Republic of China: Sixty Years in Review [神州六十年] (eds. Wong Yiu-chung and Chan Ho-yung), Hong Kong: Hong Kong Eastern Culture Institute, 2009.

[Authorized to be translated into French as “Contemporary Chinese Nationalism and France: Double-edge Sword of Diplomacy?” History and Polity (in French), 2010.]

72.         "Studying the Chinese Integration into the Global System and its Bipolar Response: 9-11 as a Case-study," in Globalization and Chineseness: Postcolonial Readings of Contemporary Culture [全球化與中國化﹕當代文化的後殖民解讀] (ed. Song Geng), Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong Press, 2006, P.279-290.

73.         "Media Supervision and Cost Analysis of the Public Hearing System" (with Peng Zongchao), in Public Hearing Systems in China: Transparent Policy-making and Public Governance [聽證制度﹕透明決策與公共治理] (eds. Peng Zongchao et al), Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, 2004, P.158-176.

74.         "Legislative Hearing in Regional China: Procedures and Functions (with Peng Zongchao), in Research Report on Chinese Legislature 2003 [2003年中國立法研究報告] (ed. Kan Ke), Beijing: Chinese Democracy and Law Publishing, 2003, P.266-274.

75.         "Legislative Hearing in Regional China: Characteristics and Origins" (with Peng Zongchao), in Research Report on Chinese Legislature 2003 [2003年中國立法研究報告] (ed. Kan Ke), Beijing: Chinese Democracy and Law Publishing, 2003, P.275-280.

C.                  Others – Books and Articles for the General Public


Other Conference Papers / Presentations / Book Reviews for Academic Journals are Not Listed Here; Available Upon Request.

Being the Authors of Various Books to Popularize International Relations Studies for the General Population, including:

Studying International Relations from Movies I (2007, UP Publishing, ISBN-9881789613)

Studying International Relations from Movies IIA (2008, UP Publishing, ISBN- 9789881773548)

Studying International Relations from Movies IIB (2009, UP Publishing, ISBN- 9789889947996)

Studying International Relations from Movies III (2010, Roundtable Synergy Books, ISBN-9789889955380)

Studying International Relations from Movies IV (2011, Roundtable Synergy Books, ISBN-9789881965585)  

Studying International Relations from Movies (Simplified Chinese Version) (2010, Renmin University Press, ISBN-9787300125541)

Studying International Relations from Asian Sports (2010, Roundtable Synergy Books, ISBN-9789651965516)

Post-SAR International Song I – New Interpretation on Middle East Anti-terrorism (2005, CUP Publishing, ISBN-988-98409-4-4)

Post-SAR International Song II – Neo-Conservative Skulls of the USA (2006, Roundtable Publishing, ISBN-988-99227-3-8)

Memoirs on the Yale Life (2003, Mingpao Publishing, ISBN-962-97398-7-9)

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l   Appointed Member, Quality Education Fund Steering Committee, Education Bureau (2012 – )

l   Appointed Member, Environmental Campaign Committee, Environment Bureau (2011 – )

l   Appointed Member, Hong Kong Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation, Commerce and Economic Development Bureau, HKSARG (2010 – )

l   Appointed Member, History Museum Consultation Committee, Homes Affairs Bureau, HKSARG (2010 –)

l   Delegate, Official 212-membered Delegation of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region to Celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China in Beijing (2009)

l   Appointed Member, Antiquities Advisory Board, Home Affairs Bureau, HKSARG (2007 – )

l   Appointed Part-time Member, Central Policy Unit, HKSARG (2007 – 2008)

l   Appointed Member, Appeal Board established under Part 2 of Schedule 6 to the Smoking (Public Health) Ordinance, Health Welfare and Food Bureau (2007 – 2008)

l   Appointed Member, Advisory Panel, Radio Television Hong Kong (2006 – )

l   Advisor, Taiwan Legislative Councilor Chu Fengzhi (2004 – )




l   Founding Chancellor, Roundtable Institute and its Network (2004 –)

l   Advisor, Association of Honorary Consuls of Hong Kong and Macau (2010 – )

l   Honorary Executive, B&P Foundation (2010 – )

l   Advisor, Hong Kong Model United Nations Organization (2009 – )

l   Member, Fair Trade Fortnight 2010 Conference Organizing Committee (2009-2010)

l   Vice-convener, Culture Centre, Chinese Culture Development United Organization (2009 – )

l   Member, Hong Kong Strategy Group (Alumni of Part-time Members of Central Policy Unit of HKSARG) (2009 – )

l   Vice-President, Yale University Hong Kong Alumni Club (2004 – 2005; 2008 – 2010)

l   Invited Ambassador to evaluate the post-tsunami service in Sri Lanka by Oxfam Hong Kong (2005)