Contesting Chineseness: Nationality, Class, Gender and new Chinese migrants. Amsterdam University Press (2022). Order here. Preview here.

Journal Articles

(Accepted) Ang, S, Ho, E.L.E & Thang, L.L. Middle-class transnational caregiving: older single migrants and the uneven burden of care. Asian Studies Review

Ang, S. and Mansouri, F. 2022. Racialized (im)mobilities: the pandemic and Sinophobia in Australia. Journal of Intercultural Studies DOI: 10.1080/07256868.2022.2105311

Ang, S. 2022. Stuck between the Global North and South: Middling migrants in Australia and Singapore. Journal of Sociology. DOI:10.1177/14407833221088040

Ang, S, Ho, E.L.E & Yeoh, B.S.A. 2022. Migration and New Racism beyond Colour and the ‘West’: Co-ethnicity, Intersectionality and Postcoloniality. Ethnic and Racial Studies DOI:10.1080/01419870.2021.1925321

Ang, S & Colic-Peisker, V. 2021. Sinophobia in the Asian century: race, nation and Othering in Australia and Singapore. Ethnic and Racial Studies DOI: 10.1080/01419870.2021.1921236

Ang, S. 2021. The myth of migrant transience: racializing new Chinese migrants in mobile Singapore. Mobilities, 1-13.

Ang, S. 2019. ’A Woman to Warm My Heart’: Low-Wage Mainland Chinese Migrant Men, Thrift and Desires for Intimacy in Singapore. Journal of Intercultural Studies 40(3): 287-301.

Ang, S., 2018. The ‘new Chinatown’: the racialization of newly arrived Chinese migrants in Singapore. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44(7): 1177-1194.

Ang, S. 2017. I am More Chinese than You: Online Narratives of Locals and Migrants in Singapore. Cultural Studies Review 23(1): 102–17.

Ang, S. 2016. Chinese migrant women as boundary markers in Singapore: unrespectable, un-middle-class and un-Chinese. Gender, Place & Culture 23(12): 1774-1787.

Ang, S. 2019. House, car or permanent residency? Higher-wage Chinese migrant men’s symbols of masculinity in C. Alipio & L. A. Hoang, (Eds.), Money and moralities in contemporary Asia, Amsterdam University Press.

Book Chapter

Journal Special Issue

Ang, S, Ho, E.L.E & Yeoh, B.S.A. 2022. New racism and migration: Beyond colour and the ‘west’, Ethnic and Racial Studies 45(4).

Other Outputs

Work in Progress

  • (Revised and resubmitted) “Pandemic racism and sexism in Australia: Responses and reflections among Asian women.” with Jay Song (University of Melbourne) and Qiuping Pan (Shenzhen Technology University), Current Sociology (first author)