“Jia Zhangke on Jia Zhangke: Understanding Chinese Society, Understanding People, This is our Jianghu” Fenghuang Reading, May, 2021.
“Platform: My First Screenplay” Yali Reading, May 2021.
“Jia Zhangke: Remembering Xiaoshan Going Home, all of the self-doubt and pain is still important to me” Young Filmmaker Handbook, May 2021.
“Michael Berry in Conversation with Jia Zhangke: Reflecting on Xiao Wu Twenty-Three Years Later” (“Jia Zhangke Bai Ruiwen duitan: Ershisan nian hou jixu weiguan Xiaowu”), Tianya, 2021.
“Michael Berry on Jia Zhangke: From Fenyang to the World” (“Bai Ruiwen lun Jia Zhangke: Cong Fenyang dao Shijie”). Tianya, 2021.
“Jia Zhangke: Why I Made Xiaowu” in Tianya, 2021.
“Hou Hsiao-hsien on Flowers of Shanghai” Criterion Collection Flowers of Shanghai Blu-Ray and DVD, 2021.
“Xugou xiaoshuo yu Wushe shijian tianye yanjiu: Fang Yusheng Wu He” (“Fiction and Fieldwork: In Conversation with Wu He on Remains of Life”) in Lianhe bao, November 20, 2020.
“Fiction and Fieldwork: In Conversation with Wu He on Remains of Life” in Chinese Literature Today, 2020.
“Ethics and Experience in the Making of Still Tomorrow: In Conversation with Travis Fan” in Chinese Literature Today, 2018.
“Identity and Creation: In Conversation with Gao Xingjian” in Gao Xingjian and Transmedia Aesthetics, Cambria, 2018.
“The Emergence of a Writer, The Evolution of a Literary Scene: In Conversation with Wang Anyi” in
Chinese Literature Today, 2017
“A Cultural Renaissance from the Ashes: Kenneth Pai on the Origins of Modern Literature” in Southern Cultural Forum(Nanfang wentan), issue 6, 2016.
“Memory Document: In Dialogue with Wu Wenguang’s Memory Project” in Filming the Everyday, Routledge, 2016.
“A Cultural Renaissance from the Ashes: Kenneth Pai on the Origins of Modern Literature” Modernism Revisited. Rye Field, 2015. pp. 21-51.
“Shadows of a Lonely Flower: Kenneth Pai and Tsao Jui-yuan on Literary Adaptation” Modernism Revisited Rye Field, 2015. pp. 156-169.
“The Best of Times: In Conversation with Chu Tien-wen” Chinese Literature Today, 2016.
“Recycling and the Recovery of Lost Memories: A Conversation between Wang Shu and Michael Berry” (Zai huishou zhong zhaohui jiyi: Wang Shu Bai Ruiwen duitan lu” Dushu (China) September 2015 issue. Pp 55-62.