Living with Myths in Singapore. Singapore: Ethos Books, 2017. (Co-edited with Loh Kah Seng and Thum Ping Tjin)
“Neither Mahāyāna Nor Theravāda: Ashin Jinarakkhita and the Indonesian Buddhayāna Movement.” History of Religions 58, 1 (August 2018): 24-63.
“Who is Tua Pek Kong? The Cult of Grand Uncle in Malaysia and Singapore.” Archiv Orientální 85, 3 (December 2017): 439-460.
“Museum and Hagiography: The Ashin Jinarakkhita Memorial Hall in Jakarta.” Material Religion 13, 2 (2017): 272-274.
“Toward a Modern Buddhist Hagiography: Telling the Life of Hsing Yun in Popular Media.” Asian Ethnology 74, 1 (2015): 141-165.
“Zhongxin guanxi zhong de fojiao—Hongchuan fashi jiqi fanghua 中新關係中的佛教－宏船法師及其訪華 (1982-1990).” Dongnanya yanjiu 東南亞研究 (Southeast Asian Studies) No. 4 (2013): 78-85.
“Buddhism in Singapore: A State of the Field Review.” Asian Culture 33 (June 2009): 81-93.
“Teaching Dharma, Grooming Sangha: The Buddhist College of Singapore.” SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 24, 1 (April 2009): 122-138.
“Buddhism in Singapore-China Relations: Venerable Hong Choon and his Visits, 1982-1990.” The China Quarterly 196 (December 2008): 864-883.
“Toward a History of Engaged Buddhism in Singapore.” In Living with Myths in Singapore, edited by Loh Kah Seng, Thum Ping Tjin, and Jack Meng-Tat Chia, 229-238. Singapore: Ethos Books, 2017.
“Prolific Writer, Cool Blogger: Shravasti Dhammika.” In Figures of Buddhist Modernity in Asia, edited by Jeffrey Samuels, Justin Thomas McDaniel, and Mark Michael Rowe, 176-178. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2016.
“Defending the Dharma: Buddhist Activism in a Global City-State.” In Singapore: Negotiating State and Society, 1965-2015, edited by Jason Lim and Terence Lee, 143-158. New York: Routledge, 2016.
“Shi Hongchuan 釋宏船.” In Malaixiya huaren renwu zhi 馬來西亞華人人物誌 (Malaysian Chinese Historical Personalities), edited by Ho Khai Leong 何启良, 422-425. Selangor D.E., Malaysia: UTAR Institute of Chinese Studies, 2014.
“An Insider’s Research into Buddhist History.” In The Makers and Keepers of Singapore History, edited by Loh Kah Seng and Liew Kai Khiun, 103-111. Singapore: Ethos Books and Singapore Heritage Society, 2010.
“Rebranding the Buddhist Faith: Reformist Buddhism and Piety in Contemporary Singapore.” Explorations: A Graduate Student Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 8 (Spring 2008): 1-9. (with Robin Chee)
“Sound of the Tide across the Sea: Taixu’s Mission to Singapore.” Nanyang Buddhist 448 (September 2006): 34-37.
Review of Nanyang huazong: Malaixiya pili yibao yandong miaoyu shilu yu chuanshuo 南洋華蹤: 馬來西亞霹靂怡保岩洞廟宇史錄與傳說 (Trails of the Nanyang Chinese: History and Legends of the Cave Temples in Ipoh of Malaysia), edited by Tan Ai Boay 陳愛梅 and Toh Teong Chuan 杜忠全. SOJOURN: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 32, 2 (July 2018): 420-423.
Review of Yange yu moshi: Xinjiapo daojiao he fojiao chuanbo yanjiu 沿革與模式:新加坡道教和佛教傳播研究 (Evolution and Model: The Propagation of Taoism and Buddhism in Singapore), by Xu Yuantai 許源泰. Journal of Chinese Overseas 11, 2 (2015): 224-227.
Review of Squatters into Citizens: The 1961 Bukit Ho Swee Fire and the Making of Modern Singapore, by Loh Kah Seng. TRaNS: Trans-Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia 3, 2 (July 2015): 326-328.
Review of “Kuayue Zhong, Xin de fojiao dashi: Zhuandao fashi yanjiu 跨越中、新的佛教大師：轉道法師研究 (A Master across China and Singapore: Research on Venerable Zhuandao),” by Zhang Wenxue 張文學. Dissertation Reviews (November 14, 2013).