Huijun Mai’s research interests include poetry and poetics, literati paintings and cultures of the Chinese middle periods, focusing on the Tang and the Song dynasties. Currently she has finished her MA thesis for Regional Studies – East Asia at Harvard University, entitled “Censored Writing: Negotiation, Self-surveillance, and Consolation in Su Shi’s Poetic Sequence from 1080 to 1084.” She is also interested in medieval studies in the English and European traditions.
Ru he gui qu: tan Liu Yong de ji shou ji lv xing yi ci 如何歸去──談柳永的幾首羈旅行役詞, Wen shi zhishi文史知識, vol. 11, 2013. Beijing: Zhong hua shu ju.
Awa Naoko’s World of Children Literature 安房直子的童話世界, UM Reflection Monthly 澳大鏡報, vol. 10. Macau: University of Macau.