Buddhism in Maritime SE Asia: An Interview with Dr. Jack Chia.” Mangosteens & Martlets, June 14, 2020. 

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Chengzan Rulai: Qiantan hanchuan fojiao yinyue 稱讚如來: 淺談漢傳佛教音樂 (Singing in Praise of the Buddha: An Introduction to Chinese Buddhist Music).” Lecture at the Nanyang Technological University Confucius Institute Lecture Series, National Library Board, Singapore, December 21, 2019.

An Interview with Asst Prof Jack Chia

“An Interview with Asst Prof Jack Chia.” Mnemozine 16 (October 2019): 4-8.  

Jack Chia (Berkeley)

Migrants, Monks, and Monasteries: Toward a History of South China Sea Buddhism.” Lecture at the P.Y and Kinmay Tang Center for Silk Road Studies Lecture Series, University of California, Berkeley, March 8, 2018.


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“Toward a Modern Indonesian Buddhism: The Buddhist Nationalism of Ashin Jinarakkhita.” Paper presented at the “Interrogating Buddhism and Nationalism” Workshop, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, January 27-28, 2018.


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Interviewed in Singapore Archipelago – EP2. By Okto. Singapore, 2015.


Living with Myths

“Toward a History of Engaged Buddhism in Singapore.” Lecture at the “Living With Myths” Seminar VI, Singapore, TheatreWorks, December 18, 2014.


Interviewed and quoted in “Xīnjiāpō fójiào miànlín běntǔhuà hé xiàndàihuà zhōng de fójiào biànyì 新加坡佛教面臨本土化和現代化中的佛教變異.” Sin Chew Daily 星洲日報, September 4, 2014.



“Běntǔhuà hé xiàndàihuà zhōng de fójiào biànyì—yǐ xīnjiāpō wéi ànlì 本土化和現代化中的佛教變異—以新加坡為案例.” Presentation at 2014 馬佛青佛教當代關懷研討會 (YBAM Contemporary Buddhist Seminar), Kuala Lumpur, Xiao En Center,  August 23-24, 2014.


Voice of America
Interviewed by Voice of America on my experience learning bahasa Indonesia, “Jack Ingin Pelajari Budaya Tionghoa (Jack wants to learn Chinese Culture).” April 23, 2013.


Interviewed and quoted in Yanrong Pang, “Buddhism: From Silence to Activism,” Orbis Magazine (November 2012): 16-18.


Interviewed and quoted in Lu Caixia, “The Kusu Pilgrimage: An Enduring Myth,” International Institute for Asian Studies Newsletter 59 (Spring 2012): 50-51.


Interviewed and quoted in Fabius Chen, “When the Student Becomes the Teacher,” The Ridge (Sep 2009): 5-7.