Journal Articles

(2021). COVID-19 in China: Imagination and deep mediatization. China Information, 35(3), 265-273. https://doi.org/10.1177/0920203X211051057

with Lin, Jian, & Hu, Jueling. (2021). The politics of emotion during COVID-19: Turning fear into pride in China’s WeChat discourse. China Information, 35(3), 366-392. https://doi.org/10.1177/0920203X211048290

with Lin, Jian & Chow, Yiu Fai (2020). ‘We are doing better’: Biopolitical nationalism and the COVID-19 virus in East Asia. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 23(4), 635-640. https://doi.org/10.1177/1367549420928092

With Thomas Poell, Zeng Guohua and Yiu Fai Chow, The plaformization of Chinese Society: infrastructure, governance, and practice. Chinese Journal of Communication. 12:3, 249-256, DOI: 10.1080/17544750.2019.1644008

Lin, J., & de Kloet, B. (2019). Platformization of the Unlikely Creative Class: Kuaishou and Chinese Digital Cultural Production. Social Media + Society, 5(4). https://doi.org/10.1177/2056305119883430

With Leonie Schmidt and Yiu Fai Chow.  “From handover to leftover – Tatming, Umbrellas, and the postcolonial ruins of Hong Kong.” Situations 10.1 (2017): 119–145.

With Leonie Schmidt and Yiu Fai Chow.  “From handover to leftover – Tatming, Umbrellas, and the postcolonial ruins of Hong Kong.” Situations (forthcoming in Spring 2017)

With Yiu Fai Chow and Sonja van Wichelen. “Introduction: At home in Asia? Place-making, belonging and citizenship in the Asian Century,” The International Journal of Cultural Studies. 2015, 1-14. DOI: 10.1177/1367877915573758

“Europe as façade,” European Journal of Cultural Studies, 2014, 17, 1: 58-74. [PDF]

With Chow Yiu Fai, “The spectre of Europe: Knowledge, cultural studies and the ‘rise of Asia’,” European Journal of Cultural Studies, 2014, 17, 1: 3-15. [PDF]

With Lena Scheen, “Pudong, the Shanzhai Global City,” European Journal of Cultural Studies, 2013, 16, 6: 692-709. [PDF]

With Chow Yiu Fai, “Flânerie and Acrophilia in the Postmetropolis – Rooftops in Hong Kong Cinema.” Journal of Chinese Cinemas, 2013, 7, 2: 139-155. [PDF]

With Thomas Poell and Zeng Guohua, “Will the Real Weibo Please Stand Up? Chinese Online Contention and Actor-Network Theory.” Chinese Journal of Communication 6: 3, 2013. Accompanying images can be found here. [PDF]

With Chow Yiu Fai, “Flânerie and acrophilia in the postmetropolis: rooftops in Hong Kong cinema,” Journal of Chinese Cinemas, 7: 2, 2013: 139–155. [PDF]

With Chow Yiu Fai, “Blowing in the China Wind: Engagements with Chineseness in Hong Kong’s zhongguofeng music videos,” Visual Anthropology, 24, 2011: 59-76. [PDF]

“Created in China and Pak Sheung Chuen’s Tactics of the Mundane,” Social Semiotics 20, 4, 2010: 441-456. [PDF]

With Chow Yiu Fai and Helen Hok-sze Leung, “Towards an Ethics of Slowness in an Era of Academic Corporatism,” in Espacestempts, Actuel, 12.07.2010. [Link]

With Giselinde Kuipers, “Banal cosmopolitanism and The Lord of the Rings: The limited role of national differences in global media consumption,” Poetics 37, 2009: 99-118. [PDF]

With Chow Yiu Fai, “All that has melted into bits and bytes becomes solid,” Journal of Chinese Cinemas, vol. 3, issue 1, 2009: 79-82. [PDF]

“Gendering China Studies – Peripheral Perspectives, Central Questions,” China Information, Vol. 22, issue 2 (2008), 195-222. [PDF]

With Gladys Pak Lei Chong and Wei Liu, “The Beijing Olympics and the Art of Nation-State Maintenance,” China Aktuell – Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, Vol. 2, 2008: 6-36. [PDF]

With Yiu Fai Chow, “Building Memories – A Study of Pop Venues in Hong Kong,” Berliner China Hefte, Special issue on “Postmodern China,” vol. 34, 2008: 53-62. [PDF]

With Yiu Fai Chow, “The Production of Locality – A Comparative Study of Pop Fans in The Netherlands and Hong Kong,” Participations, vol. 5, issue 2, 2008. [Link]

“Crossing the Treshold: Chinese Cinema Studies in the Twenty-first Century,” Journal of Chinese Cinemas, Vol. 1, issue 1 (2007), 63-69. [PDF]

With Giselinde Kuipers, “Spirituality and Fan Culture around the Lord of the Rings Trilogy,” Fabula, Journal of Folktale Studies, Vol. 48, issue 3-4 (2007), 300-319. [PDF]

With Toon van Veelen, Sacralisering en succes in de Nederlandse dance-industrie – Over waardetoekenning en netwerkdynamiek in het DJ-veld. Sociologie, Vol. 3, issue 4 (2007), 449-478. [PDF]

“Cultural Synchronization – Hip Hop with Chinese Characteristics?,” in: Medien Journal 2-3 (2006): 79-86.

With Giselinde Kuipers, “Banaal kosmopolitisme en The Lord of the Rings – Over de conceptualisering van de natiestaat in vergelijkend communicatiewetenschappelijk onderzoek,” Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, vol. 34, issue 1, 2006: 88-110. [PDF]

“Sonic Sturdiness: The Globalization of ‘Chinese’ Rock and Pop,” in: Critical Studies in Media Communication, Vol. 22, No. 4 (2005): 321-338. [PDF]

“Popular Music and Youth in Urban China – The Dakou Generation,” in: The China Quarterly, No. 183 (2005): 609-626. [PDF]

“Authenticating Geographies and Temporalities: Representations of Chinese Rock in China,” in: Visual Anthropology, Vol. 18, issue 2-3 (2005): 229-256. [PDF]

With Joram van Donk, “Voorbij het Drama – Nederlandse Documentairemakers en Multiculturaliteit,” Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, 2004: 271-291.

“Robin Hood in Cyberspace – Hacken, nationalisme en digitale politiek,” in: G. Kuipers, J. de Kloet & S. Kuik (eds.) Digitaal Contact, pp. 46-65, Amsterdam: Amsterdams Sociologisch Tijdschrift (2003).

With G. Kuipers & S. Kuik, “Het net van de begrensde mogelijkheden,” in: G. Kuipers, J. de Kloet & S. Kuik (eds.) Digitaal Contact , pp. 7-17, Amsterdam: Amsterdams Sociologisch Tijdschrift (2003).

“Digitisation and Its Asian Discontents – The Internet, Politics and Hacking in China and Indonesia,” in: First Monday [On-line], Vol. 7, no. 9 (2003). [Link]

With Chow Yiufai, ” Voices from the Margin,” in: CHIME – Journal of the European Foundation for Chinese Music Research, Leiden, no. 10-11, pp. 123-128, 1999.

“To Seek Beautiful Dreams – Rock in China,” in: Oideion On-Line, IIAS, Leiden University, Leiden, 1998.

“Nichts als Vergnügen? Jugendliche Subkultur und Rock in China”, in: Thomas Heberer (Hg.), Ostasian-Pazifik – Yaogun Yinyue: Jugend-, Subkultur und Rockmusik in China, Trierer Studien zu Politik, Wirtschaft, Gesellschaft, Kultur, LIT Verlag, Hamburg, pp. 170 – 180, 1994.