United States National Committee on US-China Foreign Relations, China Town Hall: China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Myth and Reality, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, October 2018.
8th Edgar Snow Symposium: “80 Years of Exchange:” China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Myth and Reality, Kansas City, October 2018.
University of Lancaster: Symposium on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) “The Belt and Road Initiative and Authoritarian Spillovers in Central and Eastern Europe,” September 2018.
University of Roma Tre: invited by Prof. Marco Fioravanti, Collège International de Philosophie of Paris “Current Chinese Approaches to a Global History of International Law,” June 2018.
The University of Hong Kong: invited by Prof. Michael Ng, “Learning Western techniques of empire: Republican China and the New Legal Framework for Managing Tibet,” January 2018.
Princeton University: “Is there a China International Model? The Belt and Road Initiative as a Case Study,” November 2017.
The National Autonomous University of Mexico: Mare Nostrum-Nuestro Mar: Estudios Sobre el Derecho del Mare “The Juridification of the Sea: Chinese Claims to Historic Rights in the South China Sea,” Mexico City, November 2017.
CHINA Town Hall featuring Susan Rice, United States National Committee on US-China Foreign Relations: “China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Challenges and possibilities for the US,” Kansas City, October 2017.
Cold War International Law IV, Tbilisi: organized by Prof. Matthew Craven and Gerry Simpson “The Normative Power of the Spheres of Influence: Peaceful Coexistence and the Juridification of the Cold War in East Asia,” Georgian Writers’House, September 2017.
Columbia University: China Law Works-in-Progress Workshop II organized by Prof. Benjamin Liebman, “The Pedagogy of Imperial Legalism: The American Lessons to Foreign Educated Chinese that Went Wrong,” April 2017.
Vienna University: From European to Global Orders: International Law and Normativity in Context, organized by Prof. Milos Vec “A History of International Law and China’s Search for a Modernity of its own,” November 2016.
École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales: 4th EurasiaTrajeco International Conference Paris organized by Prof. Francois Gipouloux, “The Imperial Maritime Customs Service and the making of an Inter-national China, 1854-1912,” November 2016.
University of Cambridge: Workshop Law in International Orders – Past Present, Lauterpacht Centre, organized by Prof. Benedict Kingsbury, “A Chinese perspective on the international legal order: past, present, and future,” May 2016.
European University Institute: Workshop on the History of International Law, “Equalities and Hierarchies: Republican China’s Search for Juridical Sovereignty,” commentator Prof. Martti Koskenniemi, June 2016.
University of Hong Kong: Symposium on Chinese Legal Reform and the Global Legal Order, Centre for Chinese Law, organized by Michael Ng and Zhao Yun, “China’s unilateral abrogation of the Sino-Belgian Treaty: A case study of a Deviant Transplantation,” June 2015.